The “Battle of Faith”, an event aimed at strengthening and celebrating the Christian faith, in addition to an attempt to “rejuvenate the Dominican people spiritually”, was announced on January 1 of this year by criminal law, politicians , and “modern society that seeks to destroy the country and the youth”.
This was the 59th National Evangelical Congregation and, like other occasions, was held at the Felix Sanchez Olympic Stadium. The doors opened at 2:00 pm and began at 3:45 pm, attended by many devotees.
The first speech was given by Pastor Cesar Lozano, who began with the Bible citation, “Daniel 9:15-19.” After a short speech they continued with some hymn interpretations by the Ministry of Worship.
Pastor Ezequiel Molina Rosario has entrusted the Dominican Republic to God so that it may continue to grow and strengthen its faith. He criticized outdated criminal law and spoke about the country’s politics.
Molina Rosario also asked for prayers for his “Fellow Faith”, who aspire to positions in government cabinets, including Dio Astacio, to serve their cause by serving the Dominican Republic.
Ezequiel Molina, Jr., who wrote the final paper, advocated that Dominicans “do not get lost and be led by modern society.”
The pastor spoke of the “spiritual distractions” of Dominican society and how this puts people into “merciful” hands.
He also talked about how society is rebelling against God. He called on people to wake up and prevent “modern society” from destroying “states and youth”.
Likewise, he pointed out that part of the problem of youth unemployment lies in lack of opportunities and “stagnation of moral and spiritual status.”
To support his sermon, he used the biblical story of the prophet Ezekiel to show that “our situations are similar, and we must act like him.”
“The Dominican Republic is more than just a country. We are the Israel of the Caribbean and Latin America. has wanted us to disappear as a nation simply because we had God in the first place,” said Pastor Molina Jr.
Music was an integral part of this Christian event. Artists such as Isabel Valdez, Basti Morales, and the Ministry of Worship tried to “awaken” the population and encourage spirituality, entertaining possibilities that ended around 7pm.