Faithful Steps

Despair is scratched out of your life when you walk in faith. It behooves us to shake off the presence of doubt when facing trying times. When doubt comes, it brings despair, which robs your hope away. Stand, live, and walk in faith.

Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.(Hebrews 11:1)ID-10093868
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Trial of Injustice “A story of faith”

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What happens when a preacher is charged with 1st degree murder?

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Charles Everson was gifted with determination and an unwavering faith. From a young age, Pastor Ganvis treated him like a son and taught him the Word of God, instilling faith in his heart and instilling the belief that he could accomplish anything he set his mind to.

Upon his completion of middle school he moved away from Banker, Alabama with his family and stared their new life in Los Angeles, California. Upon his completion of high school, he entered the collegiate world with a desire to become a lawyer. As an adult, he carried the teaching of Pastor Ganvis over into his studies and profession. After extensive studies, and years of unprecedented determination, his dream became a reality as he entered law school. Within time, he passed the bar exam and began practicing at Jacob’s Law Firm.

Throughout the years his winning percentage was the highest in the firm, earning him he name, “Mr. Esquire.” One afternoon on his way into the office, he logged into Facebook as the elevator took him up to his floor. His eyes widened and he nearly dropped his phone when a saw a status post about Pastor Ganvis. The pastor he loved, trusted, and served, had been charged with 1st degree murder. Without a second thought, he booked a flight to Banker, Alabama, seeking to bring justice and prove the innocence of a just man. Along the way he discovers the opposition that threatens his pastor’s livelihood and the hidden secrets of townsmen.

 

 

 

Coming Soon: If I Could “A Son’s Plea”

An emotionally driven book from the eye of its captive.

David Washington became the product of his choices. Due to the lack of stability at home and the absentee of his father, he became drawn and peer pressured into a lifestyle that transformed everything about him. Possessed with stubbornness, he wandered aimlessly into danger. One too many wrong choices brought him to the point of life after death. After rejecting the Christianity his grandmother believed in, his life now hangs in the balances.

 

Don’t just speak it

If a person sat down at the piano and simply strikes the keys, without the ability to play, he or she would simply be making noise.
To speak things of faith without having corresponding actions is as the individual at the piano simply making noise. Faith without works is dead. If you’re believing for something there has to a physical sign in your way of life to indicate your faith.
Instead of saying what you want to be, start doing the things that prepare you for what you hope for. And then start living as if you have already obtained that which you seek.

Believe It…Speak it…Act on what you believe