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This is a story of endurance or less time to breath for ease for a young Christian couple who are leaders of a local church as Pastor and Lady Pastor of the Church. The young couple, Pastor Simphiwe Gambu and Nontle Madikizela met at church and made vows to each other, the Antagonist, Blessing Mthimkhulu, a daughter of the Apostle who has been raised with Christian values and principles has vowed to become the Pastor’s wife, and gives the couple no time to rest. Challenges emanates from inside the church, where there are satanists given authority by Lucifer to fight and destroy their marriage because of the dangerous prayers of the Pastor and his wife; while other women at church wants the Pastor to marry their daughters. Children from outside marriage also bring a strain to the already sinking marriage; Forces of darkness intensify the attacks as the warfare increases. The couple looses almost everything they had, Pastor Gambu is given an option to come out of their misery and poverty; an option of joining a Christian cult by prophesying through evil spirits and divination to increase his church members and to make money, leading people of God astray to satisfy his ambitions. will he take that option? Will their marriage survive these challenges?

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This is a story of endurance or less time to breath for ease for a young Christian couple who are leaders of a local church as Pastor and Lady Pastor of the Church. The young couple, Pastor Simphiwe Gambu and Nontle Madikizela met at church and made vows to each other, the Antagonist, Blessing Mthimkhulu, a daughter of the Apostle who has been raised with Christian values and principles has vowed to become the Pastor’s wife, and gives the couple no time to rest. Challenges emanates from inside the church, where there are satanists given authority by Lucifer to fight and destroy their marriage because of the dangerous prayers of the Pastor and his wife; while other women at church wants the Pastor to marry their daughters. Children from outside marriage also bring a strain to the already sinking marriage; Forces of darkness intensify the attacks as the warfare increases. The couple looses almost everything they had, Pastor Gambu is given an option to come out of their misery and poverty; an option of joining a Christian cult by prophesying through evil spirits and divination to increase his church members and to make money, leading people of God astray to satisfy his ambitions. will he take that option? Will their marriage survive these challenges?