The day of Atonement starting on Friday 3rd of October and ending on the Saturday 4th October evening

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The act of atoning for sin is called atonement or propitiation. It has been found that we left our ways with God, Chukwu Abiama and adopted the ways of others that God forsake us and gave others power to stick in our naturally blessed land to the extents that the majority of us are now in exile and as slaves of that matter in other’s nations while ours have.  God said If we confess our sins, he will forgive us and purify us from all our wrongdoings and now is the right time to perform this!  We cannot continue in our unholy ways, especially considered that it directly affects our life span;  bad things happening wherever you look in our land and we are supposed to risk extinction soon should we fail to look for the ways of Chukwu Abiama to appease him and demand for social purgation of Biafraland.

In light of this important revelation, the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) have selected the third of October, 2014 (03/10/14) as a day of ‘Biafra Atonement’.  Prayers, yes, oodles of prayers are what is called for on that day, and fasting is encouraged though not a must. Seek, your inner spirit for clue on your exact direction to observe this propitiation. The most significant thing to note is that your prayers and that of all the IPOB will go a long way to assist in purifying our land one time more. This is ideal and very important now that we are on the match for restoration of our land from our enemies.

Pray for forgiveness of our sins and ask God to help us restore Biafra just like he answered for the Israelites, whom we identify with as the true children of God. Please as a guide, pray these prayers and others that your inner spirit directs you  starting on Friday 3rd of October and ending on the Saturday 4th  October evening:

      Psalm 51 - A prayer for forgiveness. A psalm by David. When the prophet Nathan came to him after David had committed adultery with Bathsheba.

      Psalm 21 – Praise for victory. A psalm by David.

      Psalm 31 – A prayer of trust in God. A psalm by David.

      Psalm 71 – An old man’s prayer

      Psalm 91 – God our protector

      Psalm 110 – The lord and his chosen king; and

      Exodus chapter 14 vs 13 to 14

Let us all pray together. Be merciful to ‘Biafrans’, O God, because of your everlasting love. Because of your great mercy wipe out our sins! Lord, we have come to you for protection; never let us be defeated! Because you are righteous, help us and rescue (and restore) Biafra. Your word says that whoever goes to the Lord for safety, whoever remains under the aegis of the almighty can say to him “you are our defender and protector.” You are the God of Biafra (Chukwu Abiama) and in you we trust.  Give us victory and enduring triumph over our enemies. You are the God of Biafra and in you we trust and shall worship forever! Amen.

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