Most of the time, we spend many years learning Mhow to be a great Accountant, Engineer, Medical Doctor, Lawyer, et cetera, and yet one day, we are retired from service or retire ourselves from our business. We hardly spend one percent of that time learning how to be ‘A Great Spouse', our most important contract until ‘Death doth us part'. Appreciating this anomaly, Silas has written this book as an eye-opener. Being the first son of born-again Christians, he has drawn, not only from his personal experience, but has tapped from that of his parents. It is good that ‘How To Be A Great Spouse' is not written by those of us in ‘old school' but by a youth, who understands his fellow youths.
Silas would not have written this book if couples
understand the implication of ‘I do' when signing the
dotted lines. His acronym on Parents, Fathers and
Mothers are apt and it is an easy-to-remember formulae
for responsibilities. Spouses, he stressed should live in
unity, dutifully and respectfully for their own good and that
of their children. It is not that couples are not doing their
utmost towards this, what is needful is becoming great, he
In this journey, personal effort will crumble overtime. This
is why the author reminds us of the need to be born-again,
which does not only guarantee a home in Heaven but also
is the anchor that holds the home.
The English is flawless and the reading is smooth. I
recommend this book without any reservation for any
single who wants to marry ‘A Great Spouse' and for the
married who want to transform to ‘A Great Spouse'.
Past Board Chairman
Scripture Union Press and Books Ltd