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David Olawoyin

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David Olawoyin is a Bible expositor and Christian writer with a passion for and profound insight into the biblically predicted Millennium. He is the writer of THE KINGDOM HERALD blog (www.thekingdomherald.org) and the author of the book WE SHALL REIGN: THE PROMISE OF THE MILLENNIAL KINGDOM. He is also the founder of the active Facebook group, KINGDOM CITIZENS CONGREGATION. Prior to his biblical studies at The National Bible College, United Kingdom, he obtained a degree in mechanical engineering and therefore also freelances as a technical editor. His current work, THE EVOLUTION OF ETERNITY, has a short story version, ANOTHER TIME, which he aspires to develop into a novel. He can be contacted through davolawoyin@yahoo.co.uk or kingdomherald@live.com.

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I've read so much and devoured some really good books, literally across all genres, for I started reading avidly quite early. But the best of all, and most read by me, is THE BIBLE. Some others that stand out are
The Purpose Driven Life (Rick Warren)
The Power of Positive Thinking (Norman Vincent Peale)
Think and Grow Rich (Napoleon Hill)
All You Can Do Is All You Can Do, But All You Can Do Is Enough (A.L. Williams)
Animal Farm (George Orwell)
Acts of Faith (Erich Segal)
Prodigal Daughter (Jeffery Archer)
The Lost Symbol (Dan Brown)

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David Olawoyin

A revolutionary portrait of the destiny of our world and planet, blending captivating biblical perspectives with secular motifs and contemporary portents.

With increasing global crises haunting us with the spectre of chaos and the inevitability of the Apocalypse, The Evolution of Eternity makes a revolutionary rediscovery of the biblical forecast of a millennium of incomparable global rebirth.

The book unveils how this global reinvention will be spearheaded by the members of an extraordinarily powerful fraternity, the “Zion Missionaries,” sequel to their transformative encounter with Angels. Their mission is the radical re-ordering and post-Apocalypse rebuilding of the entire earth, the conquest of mortality, and the ushering in of eternity.

In sharpening this multi-themed portrait of the destiny of our world and planet, the author uncovers the startling millennial portents of some landmark creations and famed organisations of the present time. Among them are the national flag of Israel, the Taj Mahal in India, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Microsoft Corporation, the Freemasons and the Mafia.

“I am truly amazed at the scope of your [book]. I cannot recall anyone speaking of the Millennium in this manner or attempting to view the Millennium with any skill, unless perhaps the grandmaster of allegory, C.S. Lewis” – Scott Hale, author of Broken People.


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Isaiah Timothy wrote 4 days ago

Appreciate your comments on my book: Godly Life. Reality or Myth? I....

Tom Ericson wrote 6 days ago

Thanks David, I have put yours on my W/L and will get to it next wee....

Isaiah Timothy wrote 7 days ago

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Hello David, I have just read your review on ‘Soft Comes the Wolf’ b....

Isaiah Timothy wrote 14 days ago

Hi I am reading your book. It is very good book. Godly Life. Reali....

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I wrote 16 days ago

Very amusing title. I read only the pitch and i though this is hilarious. view book

I wrote 23 days ago

This is another work that lets me know that there are some really promising talents on this site. I must say, though, that the pitch can really do with some twicking. view book

I wrote 23 days ago

Right down my lane. Captivating concept and excellent writing. I must add, however, that there is a tendency to overwrite. Remember the goldent rule: Show, don't tell. Wish I had the time on my hand to read this through. view book

I wrote 24 days ago

Thought I would take a look at this because the pitch sounded inviting. But with the very little that I have I read, I have identified a number of errors, especially confused words (e.g., groan instead of groin, and house instead of hose). I think this work could benefit from thorough proofreading a... view book

I wrote 25 days ago

Wanted to make stopovers at some of my backers, and seeing that you are more current on the site, I clicked to look at your work. One thing that I certainly could not miss was the strength of your imagination. view book

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