Too Good, Yet So True!: Part 1
by Abi Solebo
About the author
Born in Nigeria into a devoted Muslim family, Abi Solebo was a practicing Muslim until an encounter with the Lord changed her life. She obtained BSc Hon in Chemistry from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She later obtained professional qualifications in England. Abi currently lives in the United Kingdom. She is married to Dr. Oluyemisi Solebo, and both have three wonderful children.
About the book
The vision for Too Good, Yet So True! was given to me by the Lord Jesus Christ. It showed the Lord’s faithfulness during my time of persecution, tribulations and trials after my conversion to Christianity. When it came to making a choice, as painful as it was to be rejected by loved ones, after so many failed attempts to stand up for Jesus for fear of persecution, it became evident to me that it was either now or never. I had no other choice but to choose Jesus and face rejection. Through it all, God’s grace kept me as I held fast, and I am still holding on to my faith in Christ.
“The author does not pretend to be a sophisticated writer; rather, she has used personal experiences to unveil timeless truths from the Scriptures. Her personal trials and triumphs will encourage anyone whose faith in God is under threat. She does not make assumptions, no; this book outgrows such pettiness. She presents the case as it is, a rare ability in an age where the autobiographical text is often embellished for artistic purposes. This book, Too Good, Yet So True!, is God’s simple way of bringing dynamic transformation across your way. Your walk with God is not complete without reading this book.”
—Funso Orimoloye, Research in Culture and Human Development, USA
“This is a must-read for all. It is a rare gift to the whole world!”
—Pastor Oluwayomi Obadimeji
October 9, 2019