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Uplifting Christian Reflections is premised on the need for Christians to constantly assess their walk with the Lord.
The Christian life is not a destination; it is, in reality, a journey that lasts a lifetime. One experiences humps and dips, the good and the bad, as they travel. God expects the Christian never to waver in the face of such environmental elements.
The author was sort of thinking aloud when he wrote this book. He was reflecting on the lessons that he had learned since he first set out on the Christian journey.
The author also drew lessons from personal experiences, especially to do with some views that he had adopted as a young Christian and later revised upon guidance and further reflection.
The Christian dwells in an excellent place; the ‘place’ called Christ. Like precious stones, this place should be guarded to the extent that, in comparison, a maximum-security prison would appear totally insecure.
Never wander from the ‘Christ place’. Never lease or rent it out. Instead, learn to make the maximum of it, through a deeper fellowship with the Highest!
Targeted Age Group:: 18+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My motivation in writing this book was to encourage Christians to be always at their best concerning their walk with the Lord.
The book carries reflections from studying the Bible coupled with personal experiences.
You might be wondering why I am so passionate about my writing.
Writing, as you might appreciate, is not an end in itself; it should serve a purpose. Take for example works of fiction and consider this quote: “There are two motives for reading a book; one, that you enjoy it; the other, that you can boast about it.” Bertrand Russell. According to Bertrand Russell, readers read fiction so that they may enjoy it or so that they may boast that they have read it; that’s the purpose.
Therefore, when I say I am passionate about my writing, I actually mean that I am passionate about what my writing is intended to achieve. I am passionate about souls, to win them over to Christ, and to encourage them to remain steadfast. That’s the motive.
One statement, given by the Master, jolted me into action. Immediately after reading it, I began to urge my fellow countrymen and those beyond to focus on what should be the number one priority in their lives.
The statement goes like this: “What good is it for a man to gain the whole world, yet forfeit his soul? Or what can a man give in exchange for his soul?” Mark 8:36–37. I hope that you now appreciate my motivation.
So if you want to be a writer, start writing today. First write a small plan on your chosen subject. You could be pleasantly surprised at how much you used to underrate yourself.
Do it today. Do it now. Don’t delay any further. Write.
I came across an interesting definition of procrastination on social media. It goes like this: “…. the arrogant assumption that God owes you another opportunity to do what you had time/chance to do” Bishop Rosie O’Neal. That got me thinking.
After writing my first book, I was surprised to note that I had written something that went on to generate lots of interest. So you could be holding back value from the world!
I hope that I have helped you, or generated controversy. Whatever the case, I think it was worth it.
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