“The Dis-ease of Lies. Are there godly lies?”: A Book Seeking for Truth and Honesty

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Joel A. Omonigho’s book, “The Dis-ease of Lies” the author describes lies as “unpleasant to most people," and yet, a lot of them still tell a lie in one form or another. More so, Omonigho describes people as tolerating certain lies and treating them as an “essential evil” that enhances the society’s functionality.

Holy Fire Publishing (http://www.holyfirepublishing.com) releases the book “The Dis-ease of Lies. Are there godly lies?” 978-1-60383-568-8. This book describes and explains how lie can be treated as good and at the same time hidden. Lies can break relationships. Here, the author entices the readers to realize that lying does no good. In fact, it can break trust among families, friends, teams, and communities especially when ignited. This book is indeed, an illustration—a presentation of how lie becomes a burden—a dis-ease to an individual’s well-being, be it physical or spiritual.

The message Omonigho wants to convey in “The Dis-ease of Lies…” is that our God is a forgiving Father. That, in spite of human beings’ consistent lies; despite the fact that many Christians are living in a world that maintains a love-hate relationship with lies, God still forgives. Additionally, this book teaches the readers how God sees and understands each and every detail of a human heart, struggling to be as truthful as it can with the Creator and fellow humans. Reading certainly gives a touching feeling, realizing how willing God is, to forgive every person seeking for his forgiveness from sin.

The 56-year-old author aims to draw the attention of the readers to the fact that “any form of lie is ungodly and it encourages Christians to be wary of the ubiquitous nature of lies within society.” This is an awakening for anyone who reads this that even if he lies but sincerely seeks the forgiveness of God, he will be forgiven. “The Dis-ease of Lies…” encourages Christians to strive hard to spend their life with fellow human beings in all truthfulness.

Undoubtedly, Omonigho’s book teaches the readers the importance of telling the truth. It puts emphasis on lie being unacceptable to God who is holy and true. “The Dis-ease of Lies…” is a constant reminder for readers that “any form of lie is a sin against God.” In connection to this, Omonigho enlightens the readers that it may be quite challenging to spend a truthful life with fellow humans. However, one can sustain an honest relationship with God who understands and sees the complexity of human nature.

Married to Mrs. Enone Roseline Omonigho with whom he has three children, Joel Omonigho is a managing director of Eseme Limited Trading As Bows Chemist. He finished B.Pharm (Hons), MSc Sustainable Development and Post Graduate Certificate in Legal Studies. To date, this author is a member of the Rotary Club International and known to be a role model for young people. In his spare time, Omonigho loves to play football and golf, travel with his family, and read a lot.

Holy Fire Publishing (http://www.holyfirepublishing.com), publisher of hundreds of Christian books, helps Christian authors reach the world through the printed word.


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