Darlene Ramirez reviews The Wages or the Gift by Rosalind Morris
After reading The Wages or the Gift I am reminded of a saying by T.D. Jakes
“Destiny is not for comfort seekers. Destiny is for the daring and the determined who are willing to endure some discomfort, delay and gratification and go where destiny leads.”
The characters in this book must delay their own gratification of the flesh in order to abide by the presence of God in their lives. This book pulls no punches about what it takes to walk out of the secular world and into the warm light of Christ. The author ‘s voice conveys a specific message that confirms “Destiny is not for comfort seekers.” Full of mystery, romance and divine favor, readers should not be discouraged by the 400 plus pages because the plot inspires you to keep reading as you witness each character unfold into the arms of Jesus. The manner in which this author approaches character transformation shows the dilemma many modern Christians face before becoming a true believer. The prayers written in the book, coupled by the songs, solidifies the author’s knowledge of religious scripture. But this book is not all about a divine destiny as the pages are intertwined with forces of good and evil, leaving you anxious to find out more about the high society organization that challenges everyone involved. This novel is a true testament that we were meant for more.
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