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Book By Author:  Chidi Duru

Just ASK
 Just ASK
 Self Help

 He was born in the Middle East over two millennia ago to fulfil an ancient prophecy.

 As a baby, he survived an unprecedented assassination attempt. 

At the age of thirty, he walked out from the waters of Jordan as a dove alighted upon his head. 

What he had to say threatened the rulers of the land. The poor admired him because he had the gift of healing.

When he accused the rich and their cohorts for their selfish injustice, the status quo wanted him dead.

Then he sat on the Mount of Olives and delivered the sermon that changed everything. 

He told the people, amongst other things to Ask, and to Seek and to Knock. 

He assured them that anyone who did such continually will be guaranteed an answer.

But what did he actually mean? 

Understanding the meaning behind his statements is what makes them interestingly unique.

Putting them into practice allows the reader to unlock the power therein, and unleash a whole new world of effective possibilities.  
He told them that FEAR AND UNBELIEF CRIPPLES the power within.

You only have to prove them for yourself.



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Author:  Chidi Duru