Evangelist Lydia Idoko, a widow of the late Chief Judge of Benue State, Justice Alhassan Idoko, has advanced reasons for writing four books at once and launching them on the same day.
Mrs Idoko said she wrote the books to open the eyes of man to the importance of living a godly life and working with God.
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She said the four books; ‘Power of Godly Enthusiasm’, Miracles of 28 Days Daily Prayer, Anger: Momentary Madness, Avoid it, (Vol.2)’ and ‘Totally Subdue Works of the Flesh’ would impact humanity and recommended them to every family.
The widow who is the Founder of Faith Women Fellowship (FWF) International, Evangelist Lydia Idoko, said, the ministry over the past 36 years had been consistent with winning souls for God and building the lives of women through God’s word, emphasising that those who believed in God are destined to succeed.
Earlier, a Judge of the Court of Appeal, Abuja Jurisdiction, Justice Steve Adah, during the book launch in Makurdi, stressed the need for people to read inspirational books even as he lamented killings in different parts of the country and want an end to the bloodletting.
Adah said there must be an end to some of the ugly things presently happening in Nigeria if citizens remain consistent in their prayers to God.
“We read books to get inspiration for more things. We read godly books to overcome challenges in life. Every drawback is enough to make you a wreck. For the past 36 years, FWF has been on and we can all see what the Lord has been doing through the ministry,” the jurist posited.