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Our world is full of trouble, challenges, evil, etc and it is also, full of good things of life. Sometimes, some Christians ask why we do still have challenges and are confronted with all manner of trouble, evil and so on. The reason is because we are still living on this sin-sicken world where wickedness, tribulations and all kinds of evil are resident and are experienced. These evil and unpleasant experiences wasn’t the will of God’s for man and for his world; but a pleasurable world void of death, poverty, barrenness, sicknesses, evil, etc.

In this book, “Making God’s Promises a Reality in Your Life”, the author revealed that what it takes to confront and overcome evil experiences and happenings, both in your life and around you is God’s promises. By making the most of God’s promises, he revealed that you can enjoy abundant life here on earth.

He also taught on how to turn the promises of God into reality in your life. Like Jesus, Who was the Word (God) and manifested as flesh, and dwelt among us, the author unveiled the practical tips or pre-requisites that turn the Sure Word of God’s promises into miraculous manifestations and delivers testimonies for you to share with others. All these and more shall you discover in this wonder-working, life- transforming book.

It is your season of laughter! For faithful is He (God) that promised, He will do it.

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