ZTF Audiobook 099: A Successful Marriage: The Wife’s making

In this book, Z.T. Fomum examines the keys to a successful marriage, drawing on both the Word of God and his own extensive experience. He argues that the health of a marriage is closely tied to the role of God in the union and the wife’s ability to model the character of Christ. 

Fomum asserts that a wife can help to create a happy marriage by ensuring that her heart is free from idols and by submitting to her husband as God directs. 

By doing so, she can become the anchor of a successful marriage on earth.

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Professor Zacharias Tanee FOMUM was a man of uncommon spirituality, a leading voice for revival, a workaholic, a prophet-teacher, and a world-shaping spiritual genius. He was a bestselling Christian author (with over 350 books, over 10 million copies in circulation in over 100 languages) and a professor of Organic Chemistry (with over 160 published scientific works of high distinction (earning him the award of a Doctor of Science degree from the University of Durham, Great Britain). His books and the millions of people he influenced in more than 40 years of Christian ministry continue to impact the world with the Gospel today.

He founded Christian Missionary Fellowship International (CMFI), a missionary movement that has planted churches in more than 120 nations on all continents.

He believed in a life of simplicity and with the support and dedication of his wife and their seven children, his all—time, money, heart, and soul— was dedicated to spreading the Gospel. He carried out exploits for God through the making of disciples for Christ, planting of churches, building spiritual leaders according to the model of the Bible, and serving the body of Christ especially as a teacher on prayer.

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