MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) August 31, 2020
“Essential Guide for Sistahs of Zion (EGSZ)”: a potent devotional that aids believers to attain enlightenment by following and reflecting on the Savior’s love and mercy for His people. “Essential Guide for Sistahs of Zion (EGSZ)” is the creation of published author Akua Yah, a daughter, sister, mother, aunt, friend, and pioneer with a bachelor’s in business administration and a masters in publishing.
Akua shares, “Spirituality is the human capacity to know Yah and experience Yah and the degree to which you reflect that knowledge and experience. To say you are spiritual and know that Yah is love, life, and light and when people encounter you and there is no love, life, and light, then how can you call yourself spiritual? No one but Yah can see what is in your heart, but we can judge the fruit of our tree.
“We can teach about how we should represent Christ on the outside from his Word, but we cannot judge anyone who does not follow his word if we are not following it ourselves.
“Yahusha Ha’Mashiach (Jesus the Messiah) is coming back for a redeemed church—His bride—that He himself has washed clean and purchased through His sacrifice on the cross. We have to work on the inside and outside to truly reflect His nature and be that glorious bride.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Akua Yah’s new book reminds believers of their specialness by the grace of Yah, which they must always partake in to earn their identity as His beloved children worthy of salvation and eternal life.
This book also imparts the wisdom of Christ’s people being His bride that will share in His majesty and love.
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Consumers can purchase “Essential Guide for Sistahs of Zion (EGSZ)” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Essential Guide for Sistahs of Zion (EGSZ),” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.