When life gives you lemons, make lemonade’ is a proverbial phrase used to encourage optimism and a positive attitude in the face of adversity or unpleasant situations.
This aphorism is what explains how General Overseer of God First Ministries Inc., Illumination Assembly, renowned televangelist, and author Archbishop Designate Isaac Idahosa has been handling the covid-19 lockdown, announced by the Federal Government.
While others saw the dark side of the pandemic and were neck-deep in a complaint about the system breakdown, the respected cleric was busy in his study receiving inspiration, researching, and writing manuscripts for new books.
Bu the end of the five weeks compulsory lockdown that was announced by the government on Lagos, Ogun, and Abuja, Bishop Idahosa has written five books already.
The soon to be published titles are Fear: The Bigger Pandemic, Who Would Have Thought, Common Sense is Not Common, This Too Shall Pass and Hope Rising.
1. Fear: The Bigger Pandemic discusses the effect of fear on man, how it dispels the presence of faith. And more importantly, as the world grapples with the effect of covid-19, fear of the pandemic is causing more damage than the Pandemic itself.
2. Hope Rising
Hope Rising deals with the subject faith, and how everyone must keep hope alive even in the face of challenges.
3. Common Sense is not Common deals with the subject of intelligence. And how to approach everyday challenges with everyday principles, however, through unusual approaches.
4. This too Shall Pass
Challenges are not permanent, they’re a passing phase. Even Covid-19 too shall pass. This is an explosive book to look out for.
5. Who Would Have Thought?
This book asks a lot of questions and proceeded answers to them. The chief of these questions is who would have thought there would be a time in existence when the whole world would be brought to a halt? This book explores mysteries. Look out for it.