"Stepping Into His Shift" describes what many fear; change. All change is to be treated as a form of grief. Why? It is treated as such because a phase or our life has been disrupted. Our comfort zone has been compromised and we are to either go with His direction or create our own. Either way we experience grief. If we stay where we are, we accept what consequences we have created which will ultimately be grief. If we follow God, there will be a measure of grief concerning memories of where we were. But, we will process it as we see His marvelous plan for our life. This is a work of stages; where most people don't compartmentalize. If we live our lives on levels, grow into dimensions, travel in degrees as on a compass and acknowledge seasons, we will understand fully when God ordains a shift for our life.
About the Author
Ernest T. Davis II resides on the eastern coast of the United States. His desire is that of a servant and son. The coveted position that he sees is one of a son and ultimately the son of God being a joint-heir with Christ. That's the one that he desires with all his being. While traveling in the Caribbean he was invited to minister a message concerning "The Shifting of God" to churches in the region completely through a divine appointment followed by an open door. It made no logical sense to him other than God did this for His purpose. He accepted but was confused as to why he was chosen of all people. In obedience he went. The Lord blessed him with a personal understanding of His shift.