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eBook: In Sharon's Heart, Oh My God: Establishing a foundation and relationship with God


In Sharon’s Heart is a series of books inspired by God and His holy word, the bible. My writing comes from a biblical foundation and underpinning of biblical truth. In other words you will not find any crazy talk in any of my books. What you will find in my books is what lives in my heart and what I think about regarding lots of different topics. If our heart is pure and if we continue to have a heart for the Lord, then He will guide what we say and what we do. With such a foundation we will do and say honorable and smart things to the best of our ability. I believe the Lord will bless our endeavors. From a Godly heart perspective, there is something for everybody within the pages of every book, which will help people do what many of us should want to do: Go to the next lev-el in what God has for us. I do not know about you, but I am really serious about getting what He has for me, because I know that will involve helping others. That is what I want to do more than anything. I want to use my writing and my speaking abilities to convey a message that God loves each one of us and He wants us to know that. He wants us to know that we have been born with a purpose. What helped me determine that purpose was life. Yes life happened to me, my family, and other families. For that, I have new and fresh breath to help me navigate through the tough waters in order to help others. That is why Isaiah 61 is scripture I can relate to. I like what it says about the spirit of the Lord GOD being upon me, because I do believe He has anointed me to bring good news to the poor (in spirit). And I believe He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and to comfort all who mourn. In other words, through my writing and speaking, I know I will bring blessings from God to people who are hurting to tell them God said you will hurt no more.


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