THE MANUAL FOR RIGHTEOUS LIVING WINS TWO CHRISTIAN LITERARY AWARDS
Where do you turn to for the right relationship with God, when churches fail to point you in the right direction?
Award-winning author Olawunmi Biriyok answers these questions and more in The Manual for Righteous Living (158pp, tpb, £15.00), a collection of seven awe-inspiring and expositional chapters all captivating. An eye-opener to the instructional approach to key elements of holiness and godliness providing knowledge beyond what you may gain in your regular church attendance.
The Manual for Righteous Living is analogous to a mundane step-by-step instructional manual which is rather spiritually motivating. It is a wake-up call and/or guidance provision for everyone taking you back to the very basics of Christianity. The core text, pinnacle of the topic is to develop a unique personal relationship with God through the knowledge, actualisation and practice of His Word – that has been in existence prior to the creation of this world. The central theme unfolds the Word of God offering immense insight to all truth seekers. The author starts each chapter with an opening Scripture, the lesson of the chapter, and then a call to action and/or prayer, leading to the next chapter.
Xulon Press Editorial Review says “the book lives up to its purpose to inspire. It includes good Scripture supporting the points. Each chapter ends with instruction/direction for the reader and flows nicely, generally, with the end of each chapter leading to the next. The book is organised like a manual, even including a chapter titled ‘Troubleshooting’ at the end – this is clever.”
Olawunmi Biriyok, MIoD, FRSA, holds a Bsc degree in International Studies and LLB Hons (Lon). A Christian lawyer and Author of inspirational books – her debut book being ‘Walk the Walk’. She is a great speaker on Christian values and has shared the word in UK and Ghana. Olawunmi Biriyok operates Christian Books Ministry at
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