Always One More Time #18 By Temitope Ogunyinka

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31 Responses

  1. iyanu says:

    Nice one!!! I enjoyed it a lot nd its making me see love in another perspective God bless you looking forward to the next series ❤😘

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  2. mariam says:

    Wow! Can’t wait for separated. Good job Temitope, i felt i was reading one of Karen Kingsbury’s books on second chances and redemption. Indeed John loved Funlola the way Hosea loved Gomer. But is unconditional love like that still possible between human beings? Even though that is what Christ os asking of us i don’t think i have witnessed it before. Let me go to your site and knock myself out.

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    • Temitope says:

      Thanks Mariam 🙂 You read Karen Kingsbury books as well? Live her books!
      Yes, unconditional love is still possible. God has told us to love our enemies when on a normal day you wouldn’t. I Corinthians 13 also talks about that love. It’s a process and we can only love that way with God’s help.

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  3. Carah says:

    I really loved this👍. Thank you and I am looking forward to the next series.

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  4. gorgeous says:

    Whatahee jezz , couldn’t drop my fone till the last full stop . thumbs up dear

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  5. calabar gal says:

    OMG!! Prim & Proper Efe! OMG!!

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  6. gbemmy says:

    Lovely end of part 1, God bless u well. Waiting for d next part

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  7. Pacesetter says:

    God’s love is d greatest.

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  8. kkkkk says:

    thanks for sharing with us

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  9. Seye Seye says:

    Big ups Tope. I like the Francine Rivers-ness of this serial with how you rewrote Hosea’s story in John and Funlola, and of course the Karen Kingsbury effect. Thanks for sharing with us.
    Lessons picked and learnt very well. Thanks a bunch.
    I’ll gladly check out your blog for the continuation.
    Bless up

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    • Temitope says:

      Oh wow… Both Francine Rivers and Karen Kingsbury! Those are big names in Christian Fiction. 🙂
      Please share lessons with us…
      Thanks Seye!

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  10. Tobislim says:

    yaaaaayyyy. team karen kingsbury and francine rivers all the way. Robin lee hatcher is pretty nice too *converted from romance to christian fiction* but quick question, seperated is the continuation of this series shey? if yes, will it feature all the characters in this series? also please notify us when its out oo so we can start reading sharply. THANK YOU for this amazing uplifting story. xoxoxoxo.

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    • Temitope says:

      Hey Tobi! Robin Lee hatcher? Would check her out. Thanks. 🙂
      Yes, separated is a continuation of Always one more time. Featuring all the characters… you would have to wait and see. Let it be a surprise:)
      Information on the new series would be on my website, http://www.lifegodandlove.com so stay tuned 🙂
      Much love!

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  11. Tobislim says:

    yup @ robin lee hatcher. you are welcome.
    oohk nice, i will gladly wait jare. i am sure the wait will be worth it.
    will def stay tuned.xoxoxo.

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  12. Toyenlon says:

    Wow! What a love, so glad that John’s faith and love held strong and it finally brought Funlola back. Oh, so sad to see Efe falling to that extent, can’t wait to read her story in the continuation. God bless you dear for this, lots of messages are packed therein.

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  13. AOS says:

    Unconditional Love…..well done dearie. Thank you so much.

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  14. Adekola Funmilola says:

    Wow! Ahhhh! Efe!

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  15. Mina says:

    I am an avid reader of all the series on this platform but lately, I no longer get the notification of new posts, Is there something i’ve reset or how do i resubscribe. Thanks

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  16. fadebomi says:

    aren’t you posting this series anymore? well done Temitope.

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  17. Ifeoluwa says:

    I just got to know about this yesterday…Beautiful story…at first I thought why Pastor John but you know we don’t get it as we want it most times… I loved every bit of the story. How do I get Separated????

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