Shirley J. Inkton Bowers, author of the new release “Strength for Life’s Journey: Twelve-Week Spiritual Meditations & Special Days Devotional,” is a persevering writer, teacher, preacher, and inspirational speaker. Her published works include “Journey to Central and Southern Africa” and “My Calling, Relationships, and Self-Reality.” Shirley is the founder and CEO of Diamonds in the Rough, a self-empowering holistic ministry. She resides in Little Rock, Arkansas.
“Fairest: The God Who Sees” could be considered a prophetic, non-fictional “fairytale” in which the God of the 21st century deemed to reveal His continued universal Omnipotence, Omniscience and Omnipresence.
Via the life of a least likely candidate, God shows Himself strong showering a plethora of miracles upon on those whose beliefs in the Most-High go beyond words founded in rote memory and Biblical History.
Using foolishness to confound those perceived as wise, God utilizes ordinary people to achieve extraordinary feats. These miracles and revelations extend from the sacrality of the Church to the piety of elected government officials. God recognizes the sincerity of humanity’s love for their Creator and uses the life of an unassuming commoner to share what His eyes have seen.
In culmination, the reader will be fully persuaded of God’s realness and love in the world of today. God speaks to humanity’s true colors with the challenge of demonstrating their faith with deliberate actions through godly choices. The Church Universal and those who profess to be Believers have been placed on trial. Political camouflage hidden before Covid-19 have been removed; spiritual wickedness is being simultaneously revealed, and God sees. “Choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve . . .” (Joshua 24:15)
Strength for Life’s Journey is a twelve-week devotional filled with Scriptural meditations that breathe spiritual life into the thirsty soul. These devotions serve as empowering conduits in providing the reader with the encouragement needed to confront and conquer the trials life so unbiasedly distributes. Regardless of ethnicity, gender, religious affiliations, or socioeconomic status, the ups and downs of life are unavoidable, as are God’s grace, mercy, and strength for every journey.