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Key to restore Nagaland lost
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Published on 8 Feb. 2009 1:08 AM IST
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Five-day restore Nagaland for Christ crusade ends NCRC mission centre, Dimapur, director, reverend Vevozo Khamo speaking on the last day of the restore Nagaland for Christ crusade held at city tower said, the key to restoring Nagaland, to peace, tranquility and oneness was lost. Calling upon the gathering to humble and give themselves to God, he said 'since we have not received Christ in our lives, we have not been able to live an exemplary life'. Reverend Vevozo on restoring Nagaland said, 'first the spirit of restoration and revival must be in the hearts of the people, then we will be able to restore the land'. Earlier the program started with scripture reading and prayer by pastor, house of prayer for all nations, Walford Ngolo, special songs were presented by Ilitoli Aye and Withee bible college choir. Vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. K.N.Nekha and praise and worship led by New Life Bible college and Sinai ministry, Dimapur. The crusade was organized by united Christian prayer ministries in collaboration with gospel ministries, Bible colleges and churches in Dimapur. Some prominent figures who contributed in cash and kind for the crusade include chairman, NHHDC and MLA Dr. Neikiesalie Nicky Kire, MP Rajya Sabha Khekiho Zhimo, MP Lok Sabha Wangyuh Konyak, secretary youth resource and science IAS KT Sukhalu and DMC chairperson Khekaho Assumi. Dimapur Municipal Council provided the trucks for the platform and Crescendo provided the sound system for the crusade.

 
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