Wednesday, 1 August 2012

Who Says God is Not Big Enough? (The 2011 DNW Lands Naija!!)

Well they are either delusional or foolish or both. All due respect to them but if they were right, then hard copies of  the latest and last edition of the 'The Diary of a Desperate Naija Woman in the Year 2011' would not be on sale right now in Nigeria! Somebody shout 'Hallelujah' for me o jare! What? *cupping my hand to my ear*  I can't hear you! Shout a better Hallelujah now! Our God is for sure big enough!

Yes, if you walk into Laterna Bookstore at 13 A Oko Awo Close, Off Ademola Adetokunbo Street, or Terra Kulture, Plot 1786 Tiamiyu Savage Street, both in Victoria Island, Lagos tomorrow and ask for a copy of my latest DDNW, you will to the glory of God alone, be able to buy one or two or three copies. Lol!. 

When I consider that this time last week, I really had no clue how and when I would get books into Nigeria. When I consider that for the last five or six months I have done all I could to just trust that God would bring in the books when he was good and ready. When I look back and recall how doubts would come and I would struggle to kill them again and again. And when I remember how 'suddenly' everything fell into place, how in the space there is between last Friday and today, Wednesday, funds became available, an order was placed and shipped and how speedily the books arrived in Nigeria, people of God, I can tell you! I just have to tell you!  I must tell you! With no fear of contradiction that  My God, your God is beyond big enough.

So please go on over to any of these two book stores as soon as you can and buy your own copy of the DDNW in the year 2011. With N3,500.00 you will become a part of the testimony of how nothing can stand in God's way. What he said he would do, he will do. In your life and in mine. In his good and perfect time. For our God is not just big enough for us. 

He IS our Enough.

Sing with me, won't you......

Ko s'agbara to dabi ti Jesu!
Ko s'agbara to dabi ti Baba!
Ko s'agbara to dabi ti Jesu!
Agbara! Agbara! Agbara to j'agbara lo!

Praise the Lord! What a way to begin the month of new beginnings! What a way!

10 comments:

  1. Congrats!!!! I'll definitely get my copy when i'm back in town.

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  2. Congratulations. I wish you even greater things
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    1. Thanks NIL. I wish you same and much more.

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  3. Felicitation chere soeur. Enfin.

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    1. Merci ma biche. Enfin o! But what a better way to kick of the new month of new beginnings eh? THIS God!

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  4. Eeya, congrats oo. Finally!

    People like me have to buy naaa. Plus, that means I should be expecting that speacial request email from you. You know what I am talking about.

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    1. Yes, finally! But it was well worth the wait. Well worth the wait. I love all my books but this one is my 'Joseph' Diary. Lol!

      Ah yes, I was going to ask people to place advance orders and get a copy of your book free when they did. I just decided I did not need the added stress of taking people's money without knowing for sure when I would get my books so I chilled on that idea. We can still do something though now that they are in. I will inbox you sometime in the coming week.

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  5. congrats. Saw the book at Terraculture last week. Keep on rocking.

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    1. Thanks Oke. Saw your new book too in TW Mag. Will for sure pick up a copy. Still remember having such a blast reading your first one.

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