See How Nigeria Soldiers Holds Service To Worship God In Sambisa Forest
Nigeria soldiers are facing serious challenges in Sambisa Forest in Borno state in order to ensure that me and you live in peace. It's because of them we can sleep peacefully.
Many of us wake up on Sunday to go church without feeling whether any danger coming to us. Even in the church, we relax and enjoy the service. But there in Sambisa Forest, things are not like that at all. Whatever soldiers are doing, they need to be very vigilante because they don't know when attacks can come upon them unexpectedly.
See how Nigeria soldiers hold service to worship God. They had to use stick and stones to create alter because of the respect they have for God despite the problem they are facing with boko haram terrorists.
From all indication, it shows that they really regard God in what so ever they are doing. That is why we need to always remember our military men in prayer.
According to what we've been hearing, Sambisa forest is the headquarter of Boko Haram to tell you what our soldiers are going through.
So please, let's remember them whenever we are praying both day and night.
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