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As the year comes to an end, I found such delight in exploring the canvas of my creativity. 2017 shall be a year of no restraints, as I stepped outside of my comfort level. For you next inspirational read or a gift for someone, feel free to visit the website and snatched up a insightful creation.

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WEB OF ALLURE 5 STAR BOOK REVIEW

Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers’ Favorite

Are you able to dictate how every aspect of your life would turn out? What about if you are a believer, can you pray your way into the path that you desire? Web Of Allure: A House Divided Cannot Stand by Tshombye Ware is a robust, explosive and engaging short story about how quickly one small indiscretion can take a turn for the worst. Web Of Allure tells about how the lives of Jake and Jennifer began like a fairy tale. They had everything from God being the head of their lives, and a beautiful marriage, to living the careers of their dreams. Jake’s and Jennifer’s lives were blessed every step of the way. Little did they know that what seemed to be a blessing could also created a mark, or curse, on their marriage. Would they be able to escape the web of deception and the lure of the traps that had been set for them?

The decisions that we make today affect not only us, but those around us and our future. In reading Web Of Allure: A House Divided Cannot Stand by Tshombye Ware, I was able to see how the ebb and flow of marriage can be extremely challenging. We think that when no one is looking, like our spouse, that something as simple as dipping a toe into temptation is harmless. Web Of Allure: A House Divided Cannot Stand by Tshombye Ware shows that despite your faith, and how much you pray, you must be prepared to overcome obstacles along the way. Don’t let the trappings of this world cloud your character.

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Battling & Overcoming Insert

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Chapter 1

The Battle of the Mind

We all at one point in our lives have entered a battle of some sort. A battle isn’t always a physical exertion of brutish force; the most profound battles are fought within the mind. Every argument or situation you’ve faced is a result of outward thoughts. The manifestation that occurs bodily is an assimilation of thoughts, derived from your perception, which is a product of your environment.

  1. How many times have you warred in your mind over a situation, trying to come up with a solution, but found yourself reliving the event?
  2. Have negative thoughts ever flooded your mind to such a degree that you didn’t know what to do?
  3. Do unholy thoughts enter your mind in waves, drowning you in a seat of remorse?

We must understand that thoughts are intangible (spirit) and can only become tangible (physical) through our acts. There are times when we make mistakes and somehow can’t mentally break free from those events. Instead, you find yourself re-experiencing the event mentally and constantly asking for forgiveness, hoping that God will somehow erase your mind of all traces of that moment.

So in retrospect, you battle thoughts with thoughts, while being unaware of the reality of what’s going on. The question becomes, how do you battle thoughts?

The answers to all of life’s questions are found within the Holy Bible. God has equipped us with the solution to uncontrolled thoughts. He has also identified the culprit behind the attack and our act of defense.

For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds; Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ; And having in a readiness to revenge all disobedience, when your obedience is fulfilled. ~ 2 Corinthians 10: 4-5

In the arena of the mind, prolific battles are engaged. During each course of attack, the outcome is determined by the intensity of the pursuer. If you’re constantly thinking negatively about yourself, in time, your body will manifest those thoughts. Many times you can look upon a person and physically see what they’re going through. I’ve known individuals who wear their emotions outwardly to such an extent that a drunkard could easily read their minds.

At one point in my life, I was fascinated with the human mind and sought to obtain a degree in psychology. The job of a psychologist is to evaluate, and treat a full range of emotional and psychological challenges, which helps to determine the mental state of the individual. The origin of many problems can be easily traced back to a single thought or event. The scripture tells us to meditate on the Lord, but most people are meditating on other things, things that have somehow controlled their actions.

·       How many times have you beat yourself up with thoughts?

·       Have you found yourself thinking the worst-case scenario in situations?

·       What types of thoughts are controlling your life?

·       Do you always respond from the seat of emotions?

·       Are you battling sexual thoughts?

As we walk around trying to find our purpose in life, mistakes are apt to cross our path. Just because you make a mistake doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world. One of the beauties of having a relationship with Jesus is the freedom for repentance. When you turn away from a mistake, the key is to turn from it with your body, soul, and spirit. In some cases, the desires of your flesh are stronger than your spirit, and you revisit the temptation that you once repented of. Instead of asking only for forgiveness, you must also ask for the strength to withstand the temptation. There is strength available for any situation we are going through. All you have to do is simply ask from a sincere heart. God knows if you are serious and He knows when you are simply babbling….

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WEB OF ALLURE book release

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A Christian marriage attacked by relentless enemy….

Jake. A God- fearing man. Intelligent, successful, happily married, he lives in a perfect environment that exemplifies his blessedness. But he is about to discover the danger of temptation and the poison of mistrust that began when a spider designed a web to entrap its prey and to capture a treasure…”image.jpegimage

A book of renewal

As this year comes to an end, it’s best to enter 2017 with a fresh concept, anchored and governed by the Word of God. The greatest critic we shall face is our reflection in the mirror.
Until we understand the process, we shall continue facing the same battles.

Here is a book that can aid your journey of faith.

Battling & Overcoming Self
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A Renewed Mind will produce A Renewed Life

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Run the Race: 50 Days of Inspiration Day Thirty-Two

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Day Thirty-Two

Don’t Live in Yesterday

Oftentimes we live in past mistakes or disappointments. We beat ourselves up for costly mistakes we’ve made due to bad judgment. In the process, we carry the burden of those mistakes into our present, which can be harmful to our future. Even if you duplicate the same misfortune or however you want to label it, don’t wallow in it as a pig enjoying mud. Get up from that place and only carry the wisdom of the experience, if there be any. Remember that every day is an opportunity to embrace the newness of life. A mistake is an indication that you’re human. As a human-being, you’re prone to mistakes so don’t beat yourself up. Whatever you do will eventually become a memory just like yesterday. So glean from it and continue to live.

Why did you say that?

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Day Forty-Six

Now Look What You’ve Done?

The Holy Bible speaks about the mouth, the tongue in particular. Being such a small muscular organ and yet equipped with the ability to tear down fortified walls and uproot foundations planted in the soul of a man or woman. The words we allow to come out of our mouth can be more destructive than a stick of dynamite. Before we speak we should consider the impact of the words that are about to exit our mouth. A right word or words can build, edify, encourage, motivate, inspire, and bless. But the wrong word or words can destroy, damage, ruin, and kill the seed of hope buried within a person. Be careful what you allow to come out of your mouth. Once it’s spoken, you will have to deal with the effect of those words.

Shake it off~ Mindset Renewal

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We have to be careful not to become a praying hypocrite. This has been a challenging year in regards to dealing with people. I understand from a psychological standpoint, how an individual becomes controlled by emotions. In moving forward, if you can’t genuinely engage with someone who has wronged you, in any capacity, then you still have a problem. It is an inward problem, not outward. There is a freedom that comes with complete forgiveness. In that place, you remember the past no more. Your mindset is only focused on the present and future.

Day Sixteen  Shake it off~Mindset Renewal

There are moments in life when we feel trapped in a wall of disappointments. Some of these disappointments are caused by external forces. When I say ‘external forces,’ I am referring to people. Everyone is arrayed with diverse personalities and experiences. We have more differences than what we have alike; only faith brings our likeness together. As we tread through life, our path may stumble upon weeds, thorns, and thistles. Once again I am referring to people. We may experiences moments when someone breaks our heart and as the cliché says, ‘cut us to the bone.’ Once your confidence in a person is breached, it opens the door to disappointment. If you’re not careful, bitterness will find root within your soul and slowly grow, being watered by your emotions and the remembrance of the dreadful event. Trust is the one thing that’s hard to recover once it’s lost. Once it’s damaged, a tidal wave of confusion will wash upon your shore. If you allow the essence of disappointment to attach itself to your mortal fibers, your mind will continue to replay the moment of hurt with EMPHASIS. After the wall of trust is broken, the first brick must be laid by you. It is a humbling act that employs hope. And when the essence of disappointment returns, we must shake it off as a tree does a withered leaf. But, if you dwell in its essence, the same hurt will return, but this time more severe.

Matthew 18: 21-22 Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times? Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven.

Luke 6: 37 Judge not, and ye shall not be judged: condemn not, and ye shall not be condemned: forgive, and ye shall be forgiven: