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"In Sharon's Heart, Having a Positive Attitude in Spite of it All", is a book from some of my blog posts. The book is about maintaining a positive outlook even though life may not be that easy. In other words, whatever you're confronted with is temporary and having the right attitude is paramount to the outcome. Storms don't last forever, so a lifetime of going through storms should not happen. Think about real life storms. What storm lasts a lifetime? None that I know of. The God we serve does not want us to wallow in self-pity. Thus, it makes sense for us to remain faithful that God will carry us through. Jesus died so we could have life and have it more abundantly (John 10:10), not so we can wallow in a lifetime of grief. So whatever life throws you, just know this: Having a Positive Attitude in Spite of it All will help get you to the finish line of problems and assist you with staying in a positive, thankful, faithful posture with the Lord Jesus Christ. He will never leave you nor forsake you.
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In Sharon's Heart, Leadership God's Way, is clearly a book about leadership. It's about leading the way God would have us lead, which means developing our relationship with Him and getting others to see His glorious light. Leading isn't easy and requires leaders who are willing to take a back seat to self; spend alone time with the Lord, and get their marching orders to go out and make fishers of men (people). Leadership God's Way is also about God's called and chosen people who are by no means perfect (only God is perfect), yet who are willing to come as they are to God and let Him mold them into the transformational change-agents He would have them to be. At the end of the day it's a choice to be used. Will you accept the call?
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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. 
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In Sharon's Heart, Never Give Up, You Can Do It, is based on some of In Sharon's Heart blog posts about faith and never giving up. I know what pain feels like and I know what giving up what God has for me feels like too. There was a time when I lived in darkness, sadness, and depression. I didn't know I was depressed. I was just going through life doing the things I know I needed to get done for survival (work, church, family, school and hardly any friends). But now all of that has changed. Through my pain I am now a new creation (2 Corinthians 5:17) and because of my pain, I am writing for others' gain. That's right, In Sharon's Heart, Never Give Up, You Can Do It, is about having victory after the storm, after the fire, after the treacherous mountain, and after the deserted valley. If I can sit here and write these words to you, you can for sure, do everything that God has birthed you to do. Now go forth and multiply, because Never Give Up, You Can Do It.
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"This walk of life is not an easy one. I know how hard it is, but the Lord doesn’t want us to give up. He wants us to be all we can be in order for Him to bless us to be a bigger blessing for others. Regarding the 10 Reasons Why Some People are Under Constant Stress and Pressure, if we can just work on 1 of the 10 things at a time I’m convinced the pressure, stress, and misery in our lives will decrease and will be eventually eliminated. Then when life’s challenging and difficult circumstances come we will have peace throughout it all. We will be in it for the long haul. I hope people can learn some things from my life. I hope one of the take-aways is that you don’t have to suffer unnecessary heartache, because the issues that come up in life are temporary issues that are made to strengthen us. I’m a witness.

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