Harare – Medical doctor and writer Dr Caleb Mtizira-Nondo has penned a book which captures his battle with stroke and how God has helped him overcome various obstacles.
Mtizira-Nondo is the author of Pan-African texts The Chimurenga Protocol and The Regime Change Agenda – Focus on Zimbabwe.
The Zimbabwean is based in Botswana and his latest book, More than a Conqueror, is in production for distribution across Southern Africa. The book is a marked deviation from his regular fare.
“I suffered a left-sided thrombotic stroke in September 2016 from which I am in the process of physical recovery and knowing that spiritually I am completely healed because the Lord God makes this unequivocal declaration in His Word and avoiding the temptation to lean on my own understanding; physical manifestation of healing inevitably follows in God’s timing and to His glory.
“A part of the book reflects on why faith in God is so crucial to the disciples’ spiritual development. His grace is truly sufficient for us,” said Mtizira-Nondo.
With economic hardships and uncertainties caused by COVID-19 preoccupying many people, the book is a timely personal growth guide.
“More than a Conqueror is a motivational book that is part-memoir but mostly a testimony to the goodness of the Lord Almighty and the divine nature/the fullness of Yahweh that is inherent in the spiritual DNA of the Godhead; The Father, The Son and the Holy Spirit,” said Mtizira- Nondo. “The purpose of this book is to reveal my reflections on the glorious nature of God the Almighty as I battled depression and the affliction of stroke employing three very effective strategic interventions to my seemingly irredeemable predicament; calling on the name of Jesus, the blood of Jesus and the Word of God,” he added.