5 Books That Massively Impacted My Life In 2018

I remember very well somewhere mid January this year as I spotted two books in a mart and went straight to get them even though that wasn’t the purpose for going to the mart.

Long story short I planned and spoke about reading a lot of books this year, but you know how cheap talk is, and how we can easily push things as reading aside when life happens…

I look back and I’m proud of myself for atleast one thing, being able to exceed my own expectations. ( I wanted to read like 12 books one a month for the year😃)I persisted even though sometimes I didn’t feel like reading, I read till I felt like doing it to the point where I couldn’t lay the book down.

So yeah, I know that anything I decide on I’m well able to do if only I stick to the decision made and remain consistent.

This year I was hungry for knowledge and I didn’t just want to know but to understand the things I was beginning to know. This hunger caused me to devour relevant books as a hungry lion pouncing on its prey.

So to all who want to become book addicts, I say find an area you need answers on and get books on that, atleast your desire to get answers will push you to read and if it does, stay consistent and persevere through busy schedules and laziness, yes!

So in no particular order, here are the books I’ve read and completed up to the time I write this post, I have some unfinished businesses and I know by the time we bid 2018 farewell I’d be done!

5 books that massively impacted my life in 2018

1. Anointing for exploits

2. The God chasers

3. Church shift

4. How faith works

5. The smart money woman

Basically the 5 books selection came out of this list of books read this year.

1. Anointing for exploits Bishop Oyedepo

2. understanding your covenant rights Bishop Oyedepo

3. Understanding the anointing kenneth Hagin

4. This is eternal Life Norbert Bosso

5. Waiting and Dating Dr.Myles Monroe

6. The Kingdom Driven Life Sunday Adeleja

7. Sharper than a two edged sword Andrew Womack

8. In His Presence E.W Kenyon

9. Evangelism by Fire

10. The God Chasers Tommy Tinney

11. Answers Awaiting In The Presence Of God(Creflo Dollar)

12. Who Moved my cheese Dr. Spencer Johnson

13. This same Jesus

14. What to do when nothing seems to work john

15. A common sense guide to fasting

16. understanding Tongues by David c. Pack

17. how to discipline yourself kenneth copeland

18. Treasures In Testimonies

19. The place called there John osteen

20. Chuch Shift Sunday Adeleja

21. Understanding the power of Faith Bishop Oyedepo

22. The Interceding Christian Kenneth Haggin

23. How Faith Works Fedrick Price

24. 100% answered prayer

25. how satan stops our prayers(combat in the heavenly realms) John Mulinde

26. All you ever wanted know about angels Oral Roberts

27. Life Management For Busy Women

28. All you need to have all your needs met by Bishop Oyedepo

29. Plans Purpose and pursuit Kenneth Hagin

30. Smart Money Woman

31. Spirit soul and body series Vol. 1 Kenneth Hagin

32. Spirit, body and soul series V.2 Kenneth Hagin

Have you read any of these? What books would you have me read? Any recommendations?

Book recommendations on these areas and any other you find intriguing.

1. Faith

2. Prayer

3. Eschatology

4. Evangelism/missions

5. Dreams and interpretations

I’d be much grateful having your recommendations so do let me hear from you 😉

Happy new year in advance!

10 Comments Add yours

    1. Happy New Year to you and yours as well my friend 😎🙏

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Papberry says:

        Many happy returns Vincent!


  1. skamponsah says:

    I can speak of two books that greatly imparted my life this year; Plans Purposes and Pursuits by Kenneth E. Hagin and Following God’s plans for your life also by Kenneth E. Hagin.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Papberry says:

      Thanks for sharing!

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Have you read ‘Good morning, Holy Spirit ‘ by Benny Hinn? I greatly recommend!

    I would really love to ‘Evangelism by fire’.

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  3. Grace Adeniyi says:

    Thanks for sharing.
    I believe in Visions by Kenneth Haggin is a good read.
    I just followed your blog from another blog and I’m glad I did.
    Look forward to reading more of your posts.
    I blog at

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Papberry says:

      Hi Grace! Thanks for the follow! I’ll definitely check out the book you posted. Stay blessed.


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