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.

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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:

Trial of INJUSTICE Book Review and Insert

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Tom smiled. “Pastor Ganvis, since you’re a man of integrity, an honest man, a man who lives by biblical principles, and one who preaches the gospel, doesn’t your book say something about adultery and murder? If so, can you recite that particular scripture for those of us who haven’t lived as yourself?”

Pastor Ganvis pressed his lips together and glanced over at Charles. “It says, thou shalt not commit adultery, and thou shall not kill.”

“Exactly!” Tom said, pointing at Pastor Ganvis and looking at the jury. “I’m here to prove this preacher is guilty of both.”

Amy’s Bookshelf Review
This story was absolutely amazing. The writing of Ware was intense and thought-provoking. A Christian mystery that sends the story over the edge. A pastor, who has a strong belief in God, is arrested for murder. The idea that he may be guilty or innocent creeps up in different areas of the story. Would a pastor commit murder? So many questions that lend to the journey of finding the truth. This book is clean, mysterious and full of action. It will keep you on the edge of your seat and it proves that good stories come from great minds, as Ware has certainly proven with all of his work.

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The Pastor’s Daughter Review

EbonySometimes the best gift is a book that does more than just entertain. Although The Pastor’s Daughter is a fictional story, it reads as someone sharing a personal testimony of deliverance. Ebony fell in to sin just like everyone does from time to time. Unbridled lustful passions may not be your offense, but their is still space of error, in which deliverance must come forth. Ebony has a timely story to share. Maybe you can help her,  share this gut-wrenching story with the world.

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5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers’ Favorite

The Pastor’s Daughter (The Rose of Ebony) by TK Ware is an inspirational fiction story. Nineteen-year-old Ebony is pregnant. The father is a married man. That’s not the worst of it. You see, Ebony’s father is the Pastor and the man who has fathered her baby is also a member of the church. While she tries to keep the pregnancy secret while she decides what to do, emotions are getting the better of her. Facing shame, she makes a threat, that she is going to tell everyone and take the consequences, but soon sees things from another side when she calms down. Unfortunately, the truth will out and Ebony finds herself having to confess. What will the consequences be? Will her parents take her side or disown her?

The Pastor’s Daughter (The Rose of Ebony) by TK Ware was something of a thought provoking tale. Being a short story, a lot was fitted into a small space and it did move rather quickly but that’s no bad thing. I liked the way the book was written – chapters telling of the girl’s plight interspersed with confessions from Ebony herself, written in the first person. It gave a lot of depth and meaning to the story and made you see things not just as an outsider but as a confidante, from a more privileged position.

It is a Christian book but the messages contained within are not aimed solely at the Christian community. At one point during a confessional, Ebony asks that we not judge her and that is something that happens all too quickly these days – people being judged and tried before they have had a chance to tell their side. I enjoyed the book very much, the characters were developed in such a way that it was easy to identify with them and the storyline is one that is all too common these days. A good book, I would recommend it to anyone who likes short stories.

21 Day Journey of Inspiration Book Review

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21 Day Journey of Inspiration: Book Three of the Mind Renewal Series by T.K. Ware offers self-analysis and sets the reader on God’s path for improvement. The book begins by highlighting the importance of forgiveness in our lives and shows the effects of not forgiving others, or ourselves.

Mr. Ware’s twenty-one days of inspiration fulfill the purpose to inspire and much more. The book briefly addresses the importance of words, learning from mistakes, and the ever so important issue of “Don’t Sit on Your Gift.” All of Mr. Ware’s inspirational messages are backed by scripture. Keeping these directives in mind enables the reader to allow for change and, ultimately, develop a closer relationship to God by keeping His word close to heart and mind.

Many people set goals and don’t follow through with them for one reason or another. Staying focused is critical to success. Along that path, learning to have faith in God instead of doubting ourselves is paramount. Also important is the fact that we need to focus on what God thinks of us, and not what others think of us. This book, although short, packs a powerful message. T.K. Ware is to be commended for getting directly to the point. Positive messages of encouragement are very valuable in this day and age.

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