Canada (PRWEB) April 14, 2014
People nowadays seldom have time to go to church or take a few minutes off to read the holy Bible and contemplate life. In this hustle and bustle world, material possessions and pretentious concepts seem to have more value than religion. And because of this, most people tend to forget about the spiritual aspects of their lives, not knowing that one of humanity’s greatest needs is the sustenance of the soul. In “Beyond the Surface,” author Henry Omotayo has written a collection of God-inspired messages that tie one’s daily experiences to the Holy Scriptures.
“Beyond the Surface” is a compilation of helpful and enlightening messages that opens one’s perceptions to a higher calling. This book was written by Omotayo because of the fact that most people do not have answers to the issues they face on a daily basis. Omotayo also knows that humanity in this day and age needs God’s guidance more than ever. Whether one’s challenges are with family, work or finances, this book contains very practical lessons that anyone can identify with. This illuminating read shows the influence of God in the affairs of men.
This enlightening book holds a myriad of inspiring messages for humanity that shows God is ever present in one’s life. It is a must read for those who seek spiritual sustenance.
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About the Author
Henry Omotayo is a Christian, a gospel singer with two albums (Weep No More and Unconditional Love both available online) and a teacher of God’s Words. He is a committed member of a Bible-believing church and occasionally speaks in churches. Recently, God inspired him to begin an outreach to people around the world by posting weekly messages through the medium of the Internet. With each message supported by or applied to occurrences in life and societies, many readers have commented that their lives are being touched. Omotayo is married to Modupe and they are blessed with children.
Beyond the Surface* by Henry Omotayo
Publication Date: February 18, 2014
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