We are all from a tribe and the tribe makes a nation. Each tribe is besieged by "thorns" and these thorns are used by the enemies to steal, kill and destroy the EPHOD. The Battle for the Ephod teaches about the weaknesses and strengths of the tribes and how to engage in spiritual warfare. It also explains the realignment of all the tribes in fulfillment to the word of God. Are you a Leader? Are you afraid to enter into leadership position due to the spiritual warfare it entails? Are you still struggling to hear from God in order to enter into your calling? Have you been disappointed in the past and discouraged by other leaders? Are you a Joseph who wants to receive the eleventh hour miracle? Are you a Dan who must be delivered from idol worship? Are you a Zebulon who must dwell in the secret place of the Most High God? ARISE and take back what the enemy has stolen from you. The 12 Tribes Leaders had their challenges, strength and weaknesses as well. The prayers at the end of each chapter will enable you to actualize the call of God upon your life. Do not miss this divine opportunity. Take back your EPHOD by Fire. Pastor Lawrence Adetunji, Regional Overseer says, The Battle for the Ephod, is a book every Christian and minister of God must have to give both fundamental and consolidation for the knowledge required to operate as a Christian soldier, researcher and student in the school of biblical studies .....with operational guidelines for spiritual warfare. A. M. Amoo was born into a non Christian family. She never had a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ for over 30years until she had an encounter with him 1996. The encounters continue through to 2001 after which she eventually answered to the call of God. This is her first book as inspired by the Holy Spirit. She is also the publisher of His Presence Magazine. An ardent believer and soldier of Christ, she refused to be discouraged despite several attempts on her life to stop preaching the gospel. She is married to K. J. Amoo and they are blessed with children.