"Let not the floodwater overflow me, nor let the deep swallow me up." Psalm 69.15 NKJV
Papa, You sing to me in the night hours when I am alone. In the day, it is your hand that holds back the floodwaters. At all times I am secure in Your loving watchfulness.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Tshombye Kentrell Ware was raised in Albany, Ga. In his earlier years, signs of the gift emerged through various arts. As the years progressed, so did his creativity, whereas he moved to the city of Macon, Ga. A few years later, following graduation of high school, everything changed when Christ entered his life. As if the lock to a rare treasure was opened, Kentrell launched forward in the spiral of inspiration, fueled by a burning passion of the gospel. This leading to the creation of a Christian CD entitled "L.O.C" The Love of Christ. As the door to inspiration continued to open, Kentrell became drawn toward writing; which led to his inspired creations.
T.K. Ware’s style of writing brings a fresh perspective of faith-based books, in which he calls, Suspense with Soul. His inspired writings weave together reality with the supernatural, in hope to plant a seed of the gospel.
“Move over, Frank Peretti. Meet Anita Estes, an upstate New York author, who appears to have a winner with her latest book The Dividing Stone. The book has all the elements Peretti's fans crave: intrigue, action, suspense and most importantly, spiritual warfare and the ultimate power of prayer. This is a real page-turner for those who like an engaging read where good overcomes evil." Paula Ann Mitchell — Hudson Valley Journalist
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Book 1 in the Princesses of Chadwick Castle Adventure series for girls 7-11
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Flames of Hope: Love ignites in the midst of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
Review: "The four stories in Brave New Century are sweet romances, with each containing a message of faith as well. While short, the plots' delightful complexities lingered in my mind long afterward. Set during a pivotal time when women gained the freedom to work outside the home, the backdrops of the stories are Milwaukee, Knoxville, Detroit, and San Francisco--a variety I found intriguing..." Penelope Marzec
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Most obviously the spirit may give us lines that are either clearly or subtly profound and perhaps original, such as Dimitri Karamazov’s, “Only how is he [anyone] going to be good without God? That’s the question. I always come back to that. For whom is man going to love then? To whom will he be thankful?” That inspired question given to Feodor Dostoyevski resonated in my thoughts for weeks.
And the spirit might give us metaphors, such as Olga Savitsky so frequently heard and employed. Here’s one I’ll probably never forget: “Puny faith is like a rusty zipper.”
Maybe even some nonsense comes from the spirit, to lighten our hearts, such as Lewis Carroll’s “Kaloo kaley, we’ll eat today like cabbages and kings.”
The spirit may help us with structure or guide us to the right place in our story to use a certain thought or image, so that it can achieve the greatest impact.
The spirit may even provide a theme or epic narrative that will define our life’s work.
William Butler Yeats proposed that for each of us there may exist one archetypal story or explanatory myth that, being understood, might clarify all we do and think, and so explain our destiny.
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