This is the third book, Volumn two of a series that God has given me to write. It is religious/Pentecostal based. It will enlighten one on Christian relationships, both in the church and out. I recommend this book for young people, especially women, who wish to date and pursue godly relationships. It will give the seeker a view of the church experience as I have had the pleasure of seeing through my eyes. I try to paint a real picture of the Pentecostal Church scene throughout the pages as much as possible. I pray that with all of the other writings, television shows and movies alike, that this will be received as a partial if not whole description of what a Kingdom experience is like. I believe I've had the best of teachers, pastors, evangelist, etc. to befriend me and have lead me on this journey. I just would like to share that experience with someone who love to read as much as I do, and learn at the same time. One day, I fell in love with Jesus, and I've tried to share that experience throughout these pages. Many life lessons will be shared in a fictionary, interesting form. While writing this I have laughed, cried, sometimes almost went in as we say in the church. I had to stop writing and give God some real praise and worship from what He caused me to write on the pages. So my dear reader, take, read, enjoy and share with someone else. May this be a continued blessing in someones library. Prayerfully one day we will take the leap and put these writings in digital form. But for now, enjoy with it in your hand.
As I reflected on these sermons from the Book of James, I was reminded of something from my post-Depression childhood. My parents were poor, but that didn't bother us much because almost everyone we knew was as poor as we were. We lived on a farm and were fortunate in that we always had food to eat; but we didn't always have good clothes to wear. In fact, we had two kinds of clothes. We had what we called our "Sunday go-to-meetin' clothes," which were the best we had; we kept them to wear to church on Sunday. Then we had our clothes that we only wore during the week for work and play. These were not as good or nice as our Sunday clothes. In the vernacular of rural Alabama in the mid-1930s we referred to them as our "ever'day" clothes. The expression "ever'day clothes" reminds me of the Book of James. James is about every day religion-Faith in Ever'day Clothes.
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