Basile Ascension originates from Abomey (or Danhome), the famous city of dynasties of kings in West Africa. The author as first born went here and there looking for healing and deliverance for his mother who was experiencing mysterious witchcraft attacks. Those circumstances opened his eyes very early on many aspects of the occult and idolatrous realities which are responsible of the present situation of Africa.
He later studied Communications in Congo where he embraced Christian faith, and worked as businessman in many cities of Africa, Europe and Asia. He and his wife Veronique are engaged in the movement of Intercessors For Africa since more than 11 years now. While always pleading mercy from the Lord, the book Idolatry and Africa Destiny was inspired to inform and warn Africa – and the rest of the world, that God hates idolatry…
  • Idolâtrie et Destinée de l’Afrique vol 1

    Ce livre est inspiré par le Créateur à la fois comme un avertissement et comme une perche tendue aux nations d’Afrique et du monde, à leurs gouvernants, aux communautés locales et à leurs chefs traditionnels, à l’Eglise et à ses leaders, afin que nous prenions tous conscience de la gravité de l’idolâtrie et du rôle majeur qu’elle a joué dans le déclin et la dégénérescence de l’Afrique.

    Après cela il serait question de prendre action à tous les niveaux : judiciaire, législatif, gouvernemental, culturel, médiatique, etc. Il est permis dès lors de se poser la question suivante : les nations et peuples d’Afrique et leurs diasporas reconnaîtront-ils leur temps de visitation divine afin d’amorcer un temps de réveil et de développement qui sera d’une grande inspiration pour le monde entier ?

    Qui que vous soyez, ce livre interpelle votre capacité à contribuer à résoudre une question d’intérêt général. Vous le pouvez maintenant en le lisant, et surtout en renseignant le questionnaire qui s’y trouve.

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    This book is inspired by God the Creator, both as a warning and an opportunity for the nations of Africa and the entire world, their leaders, the local communities and their leaders, the Church and her leaders. It aims at arousing awareness of everyone regarding the gravity of idolatry and the major role it has played in the decline and the degenerescence of Africa.
    A new light is shed on such subjects as culture, slave trade (the means for deeper and more effective reconciliation); and a new tendency of the world regarding the individual rights as prevailing over the rights of communities and the Creator rights that are despised every day. Issues related to Israel and the destiny of African people, as well as relevant teachings and prophecies from the Bible in the light of the problems confronting the world today.
    This book brings out of the Holy Scriptures and from both cultural and worship realities of Africa and beyond, elements that cause every human being to think seriously. The relation between idol worshiping and slavery, economics and politics is clearly stated with rarely quoted Bible verses that are still linked to present day events. Jesus did not come to abolish the law, but he came to fulfil it. How can we then reject him (in our houses, schools, even prisons), and still expect to escape the curse from sin and law? Idolatry and the Destiny of Africa (Vol. 1) thus opens the door to a dialogue between the cultures and the faith that draws the favours of our Creator, healing and reconciliations at the level of individuals, nations and continents which slave trade and demonic covenants had separated, hurt or put under various generational curses. Idolatry is no longer seen here as a void and theoretical notion, nor a religious matter. The practice of idolatry is producing unknowingly to the world, many of our modern challenges. For the sake of the Kingdom economy, the Church should also discern and abhorre any kind of
    idolatry in her midst.
    From a global point of view, this book is telling afresh the story of our contemporary civilization by shedding light upon the sources of the Holy Scriptures which had given to it, a foundation that we seem to dangerously ignore
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