These testimonies are of my walk on this earth with Jehovah God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit. Opening up my eyes and heart to the Lord has given me insight on who our Father is, who his Son is and the Holy Spirit. You must want this walk for yourself. You must "Ask, Seek and Knock." The Father is waiting with open arms. You will not remain the same. No man can give you what was sent to you from the Father. Jehovah has a plan, a plan yet to be completed. We are all in that plan. It's like being in a movie having your very own part to play. All parts lead back to our Creator.
So "Ask, Knock and Seek" Our Heavenly Father for your part. Study to show yourself approved and do not leave your salvation up to any man. God does work through man, but the relationship should be a vertical one, with you and Our Father.
Come as a child.
"Greater is He that is in me than He that is in the World"
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It begins with her dying father's last words to his teenage daughter. "He Lives." It is her journey about her walk with God and the prayers that were acknowledged and her reflections about the ones that were not answered right away. It is about prayer, faith, patience, and trusting in the Lord. The decisions that were made, the events that took place, prayers and blessings that resulted from her life as a Christian. There is a chapter titled, "The Number Eight Means New Beginning, Not Good Beginnings." She explains that we live in a world where what we do or not do can, and most times will be used against us. God created you to be fruitful and multiply, yet while in a system that teaches you that your body is your own, we are failing to teach that if you do things out of order, you will suffer. Saying nothing to your children leaves them to seek only after the flesh. I like the author's final words at the conclusion of the book where she states, "I’ve come to learn that there are really only two paths, the path of Righteousness and the path of lawlessness. He doesn’t create our destiny because we have free will, but it’s the path that we take that creates our destiny." I enjoyed Sharon's thoughts as she shared her Christian walk throughout these pages. She explained step by step the challenges that she faced, the prayer requests, and the end results of each one.