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When Anita Ossai settled for office romance, she didn’t expect to fall in love with a third party. She was soon caught in between two best friends and her pastoral ministry couldn’t be more at stake. Tolulope Harry was a single father, a missionary, and a successful entrepreneur who turned his pain into success. After a failed attempt at finding love again, he made a decision that pitched him against the values he believed in. Sophia Hamid fell from grace to grass, losing everything in the process – her marriage, her child she never met, her career, and her sanity. When she became suicidal, she found a glimmer of hope. “After Lights Out” tells a story of genuine love, insatiable lust and untamed passion, friendships and betrayals, forgiveness, and hope. It is a contemporary romance fiction, and the first of the “Believers’ Assembly” trilogy.
When Israel and his seventy-five-member family arrived at Egypt from their home at Hebron, Canaan, at the invitation of Pharaoh and his second-in-command - Joseph, they were welcomed with celebrations and fanfare. They were given one of the finest suburbs in Egypt to live in. Goshen. However, at the turn of a century or two, their status changed, and they were forced into slavery. The new Pharaohs appointed brutal slave drivers over them, hoping to wear them down with crushing labour. Until a redeemer arose, an Egyptian Prince, a man named Moses. The Pharaoh Who Did Not Know Joseph is a book based on both Biblical and historical facts. It explores the timeline of the 430 years of Egyptian captivity, questions how a national hero like Joseph could be forgotten, and vigorously searches through history to find possible candidates whose credentials could have matched the Biblical accounts of Joseph and Moses. It is such an amazing book to read, and suitable for personal and group Bible study.
The powerful story of Resurrection holds great significance to the Christian faith. For in the heart Christianity lays the incredible resurrection event – the central historical event in the Christian faith: Without Resurrection, there is no Christianity. At the Garden Tomb retells the resurrection story in a unique way, focusing exclusively on what happened on the resurrection morning at the “garden tomb” – which was the visual representation of the place where Jesus was buried, the site of resurrection. It takes a close look at the people who came and those who left, and most importantly, the single appearance of Star of the day – the resurrected Christ Himself. “At the Garden Tomb” and “The Seven Famous Last Words of Jesus” are both excerpts from my new book “The Long Walk to Calvary”.
Ìrìn àjò ẹ̀dá ní ilé ayé, wọ́n ní, ó dàbí ẹnití ó ń lọ sí, àjò, tí ó ní ọ̀pọ̀lọpọ̀ àfojúsùn, ṣùgbọ́n tí kò mọ bí àjò rẹ̀ ṣe máa rí. OBÌNRIN ONÍRÒBÌNÚJẸ́ tẹ ẹnu mọ́ wípé gbogbo ẹ̀dá ní ilé ayé ni yíó la ìgbà líle àti ìgbà ìdánwò kọjá; kò sí ọgbọ́n tí a le dá si. Nínú ìwe ́yǐ, Hánnà ni obìnrin oníròbìnújẹ́; àpèjúwe ìgbé ayé rẹ̀ kò dára rárá – òun ni obìnrin tí a pè ní àgàn; òun sì ni obìnrin tí ó sọ ìfẹ́ ọkọ rẹ̀ nù nítorí àìrọ́mọbí. Ilé rẹ̀ kún fún ọmọ nítòótọ́, ṣùgbọ́n wọn kì í ṣe tirẹ̀. Bí èyí kò bá tún burú tó, orogún rẹ̀ bẹ̀rẹ̀ sí í mú inú bí i, ọkọ rẹ̀ sì wí fun wípé òun ti gbìyànjú tó. Ọ̀rọ̀ wá di wípé kí Hánnà wá ojútǔ sí ìṣòro tí ó dojú kọ ọ́! Ọ̀pọ̀lọpọ̀ ohun ni ó le mú kí ẹ̀dá di oníròbìmújẹ́ ní ilé ayé yǐ. Ọ̀pọ̀ ènìyàn ni ó wà ní ipò tí àpèjúwe rẹ̀ kò dára rárá, ní ipò tí kò sí ìrànlọ́wọ́, àti ní ipò tí ohun gbogbo ń le síi, tí ó sì dàbí wípé kò ní di ẹ̀rọ̀. Ohun tí ó dára ni wípé Hánnà di alágbára nípasẹ̀ ìṣòro tí ó dojúko; Hánnà ti kọ́ ilé rẹ̀ sí orí àpáta, tóbẹ́ẹ̀ tí ó fi jẹ́ wípé ọjọ́ iwájú odidi orílẹ̀-èdè rí àbojútó nítorí obìnrin oníròbìnújẹ́ kan, tí ó yí kádàrá ara rẹ̀ padà. OBÌNRIN ONÍRÒBÌNÚJẸ́ tún mú ẹnu ba àìrọ́mọbí gẹ́gẹ́bí ìṣòro; ó tọ́’ka sí bí ó ti jẹ́ wípé àwùjọ má a ń di ẹ̀bi àìrọ́mọbí sí orí obìnrin bí ó tilẹ̀ jẹ́ wípé obìnrin kò le dá ọmọ bí, ó sì tún mú ẹnu ba ohun tí ó le fa àìrọ́mọbí láti ara ọkùnrin àti láti ara obìnrin. OBÌNRIN ONÍRÒBÌNÚJẸ́ jẹ́ ìwé tí ó dára púpọ̀ fún ẹ̀kọ́ Bíbélì, fún ìlò ara ẹni, fún ìgbani-níyànjú, àti fún ìmúni-lọ́kàn-le.
The powerful story of Crucifixion holds great significance to the Christian faith. For in the heart Christianity lays the incredible crucifixion event – the central historical event in the Christian faith: Without Crucifixion, there is no Redemption. The 7 Famous Last Words of Jesus retells the crucifixion story in a unique way, focusing exclusively on Jesus as He hung on the rugged Cross on the execution hill known as Calvary, or Golgotha! It elaborates the on the few words Jesus spoke as He endured excruciating pain physically, and as He offered Himself spiritually as the Sacrificial Lamb of God. It also takes a closer look at the unique perspectives of the four canonical gospels as they recorded the same crucifixion event. “The Seven Famous Last Words of Jesus” and its sequel “At the Garden Tomb: The Resurrection Story” are both excerpts from my forthcoming book “The Long Walk to Calvary”.