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Thank you all!!

The support for this has been overwhelming. Thank you to all my friends and family who have bought the book. (I’m still waiting for my copy but others already have theirs!) If you’re st…

Source: Thank you all!!

Thank you all!!

The support for this has been overwhelming. Thank you to all my friends and family who have bought the book. (I’m still waiting for my copy but others already have theirs!) If you’re still looking, it’s available in many places including westbowpress.com (where I get the most commission), amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, and amazon.ca (can’t leave out my Canadian friends!). It is also available in ebook through kobo.com, Amazon Kindle, Google Play, nook, and iBooks Store.

Please remember that I try to write a new blog weekly here at becomingevermindful.wordpress.com and there is a separate weekly pick me up on Instagram and Facebook under becomingevermindful.

This book is set up to easily be converted into a small group teaching or a speaking engagement series and I am already doing some of that! Feel free to contact me through any above format if your church is interested. My marketing consultant will have many more avenues for me soon including a new website and email address (just use Tru21God@yahoo.com for now).

Again, thank you all for your support as many have already bought the book and have given great feedback. I will resume regular blogging this Friday!

Yay, it’s official!!!! Woo Hoo!

I’m proud to officially announce that my book Becoming Ever Mindful is now officially available for purchase! You can buy it at amazon.com or amazon.ca (and a few others). Just search by the title.

My author name is David J. Sacerich. I do not have any hard copies yet but my author’s copy is on its way. I’ll look into buying them so I can distribute them.

Now the real work begins; I am working with a marketing consultant and a publicist to improve the branding and I am doing a speaking engagement in two weeks for the book! I plan to launch a new website soon as well.

Please keep this project in your prayers as this is only the beginning!!

Is your life attractive to God?

Psalm 34:3 (KJV) “O magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt his name together.”

What does that mean? The Hebrew word for “magnify” is “gâdal” which means “to advance, boast, bring up, increase, and lift up.” The word is used many times all throughout the Bible. It is the same word used when God is giving a word to His prophets concerning making a nation great.

I want to go a different direction though.Continuing with the word magnetic makes me think of those goofy souvenirs which we buy and stick to our fridge. According to howstuffworks.com, to make something magnetic all you have to do is encourage the magnetic domains in a piece of metal to point in the same direction.

What an awesome message to the church! Let’s make ourselves magnetic to Him by aligning our actions with His Word so that we become more attractive to God (both as a visual attraction and a magnetic attraction). Then we’ll be able to magnify God collectively by exalting His name with a pure heart!

What are you magnifying in your life? Is there anything that has a higher place in your heart that God? Live a life that attracts God!!

…almost there!

I’m sorry that it has been so long since I’ve written a blog I’ve been working with the editor to finalize everything for my book and now I’m in the final stage of book design edits and marketing plans…almost there!

I want to highlight a something that I recently came across in Joshua 3:7-8. “And the Lord said to Joshua, “Today I will begin to exalt you in the eyes of all Israel, so they may know that I am with you as I was with Moses. Tell the priests who carry the ark of the covenant: ‘When you reach the edge of the Jordan’s waters, go and stand in the river.’”

This is very interesting because God had already promised Joshua that He would part the Jordan River for them (Joshua 1:11). He told them to stand in the river. Standing in the river and hoping it would part is a stark difference from watching the river part, then standing in it. It meant they had to trust God’s promise that He would part the river as they quite literally stood in faith. As there is a sharp change in elevation between the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea, there would have been a strong flow of water.

If God has given you a promise but the way to get to it seems too hard, go to the place where He is telling you to stand in faith and step into the river trusting His provision!