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The Emanating Era exposes everything that must happen on the earth and her inhabitants at the end of days. As it stands, the people of this generation (according to the apocalyptic books) are the people of the end-time. All prophecies in the Bible’s apocalyptic books are exposed in this book in everyday language, to show the reader what is coming globally. Inside, you will see some strategies about how to survive this era (See 1Thessalonians 5:3). In this book, you will see what you can do to position yourself for safety when these events begin to unfold. It is a universal truism that every adverse circumstance favours some people, so shall it be! We need ‘’the anointing of the sons of Issachar’’ in this dispensation. The sons of Issachar were men who had an understanding of the times and seasons of life. They knew what Israel must do at every point in time, to maintain peaceful living and prosperity. As you read through this book, you will be imparted with wisdom and power to do exploits in the name of the Lord! (See 1Chronicles 12:32, Psalm 50:14-15, and Daniel 11:32). All mysteries and parables codified in the Bible have been uncovered here; after reading, you will never be the same again!
This is an intricate tale of true love, violence, deceit and death. Susan, a 38 year old woman, is in desperate search for a husband. Her life as a spinster is tormented by different men who pierce through her cocoon only to leave her anguished. She undergoes various travails of womanhood which catapults her into a world of turbulent desolation. Will she survive? Will she survive the burdens of womanhood unscathed? Read on to find out in this unnerving story...
On her deathbed, Leona seeks forgiveness by confessional. Dastardly as the sin is, it is an act of love, loyalty, disobedience, and perceived fairness. How did she get here, where she, an internationally renowned model, is forced to kill her father-in-law to avenge her mother's death? Set against a background of real events, Colours of Hatred is a complex web of plots detailing a woman's journey from childhood through the fire and anvil of love, loss, betrayal, lust, and duty.
This collection is set primarily within Nigeria, and the stories here cover varied social themes including spousal abuse, religious dogma, love, bravery, betrayal and vengeance. It speaks of the untamed resilience of the everyday Nigerian who is faced with the vicissitudes of life.
"Till death do us part...” Seemingly innocent transgressions like squeezing toothpaste or leaving pee on the toilet seat lie in wait to trip up these characters who in turn become so stifled by their partners that they can't wait for death to part them. Some stories in this collection end with cliff-hangers, making room for self-reflection and numerous possible endings. These thirteen stories traverse various domestic issues that call for more meaningful steps than grumbling, as the Morgans, Olabisi, Kayode, Vera and John soon find out. Ruffled butterfly wings are used as imagery for the delicate family ties of everyday people who are sewn together in marriage. Suspenseful, dramatic, romantic and dipped in an amalgam of Nigerian and Western cultures, these relationships pass through crucibles with the couples spreading their ruffled, ripped mosaic wings to flutter and fly against all odds.