Masterfully crafted by Pastor, Lawrence J. Beharry SR, ‘What’s In Your Wallet’ is being published a time when mankind is more preoccupied than ever before with what it has materially. Fusing his own wisdom with Scripture, Pastor Beharry calls on each and every reader to instead ask themselves what they can do for others, who they can love and how all of this is perceived in the eyes of God. This radical shift in global attitudes could be just the ticket to repairing an increasingly-broken society.
Baytown, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/06/2014 -- According to Pastor Lawrence J. Beharry SR, everyone has a personal ‘wallet’. It could contain fear, love, hope, credit cards, friends, anger mercy or sin. Whatever it holds, it has likely fallen victim to a dangerous global culture of materialism that not only threatens humanity’s relationship with God, but its future ability to even exist. In his powerful new book, Pastor Beharry helps readers figure out what their wallet should contain and what should be thrown out for good.
‘What’s In Your Wallet’ aims to return mankind to God’s original plan of unwavering love for one another. However, before that can be attained, each and every individual must recognize their materialistic downfalls and understand the global tensions it has spawned.
All Honor and Praises belongs to God the one who made the Heavens and the Earth.
He that keepeth thee will neither slumber nor sleep, the Lord God is thy keeper, The Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand, though we walk through the valley of the shadow of death, we shall fear no evil: for thou art with us; thy rod and thy staff they comfort us. I will lift-up my eyes unto the hills from whence commeth my strength. My strength cometh from you O Lord, Hear our cry, O God and attend unto our needs, O’ prepare mercy and truth that we may perform our daily vows.
When our hearts are overwhelmed with the troubles of today’s materialistic society, lead us to the path of Righteousness; for your name sake, for you alone God has been a shelter for us, and a strong tower from our enemies. Lead us to that rock that is higher than us for you alone God is our comfort and our strength; we shall abide before You O God, O’ prepare mercy and truth which may preserve us in our coming days; for You are our rock and salvation, and our defense in time of trouble.
Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the ways of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful, but our delight is the law of the Lord, and in this law do we meditate day and night, and we shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of waters, that bringeth forth our fruits in our due season, our health shall not wither; and whatsoever our hands do we shall prosper. Amen
“Many today are plagued by fear, which leads them to find comfort in how big their wallet is, how fast they can spend its contents and what material items it can bring them,” explains Pastor Beharry. “We used to live religiously, but now mostly live to only fulfill our individual needs. This leads to pain, disappointment and destruction, which often manifests as crime, sickness, depression, jealousy, covetousness and malice. These materialistic impulses should not guide our lives. The good news is that, by adjusting what’s in our wallets, we can affect unbelievable change.”
Continuing, “My book will help any reader achieve their goals in both this life and the afterlife; they just need to find the person within their heart and help others find their own way back to the cross. Personal health and family values can prevail once again!”
Pastor Beharry sees his work being of great value to all sectors of society.
“Selfishness transcends individuality to infect the corporate world, regions and even entire nations. However, fixing it all starts with a shift in the priorities of each person, as well as a renewed commitment to faith. My book is the guide,” he adds.
‘What’s In Your Wallet’, from Xulon Press, is available now: http://bit.ly/1pq7W81
About Pastor Lawrence J. Beharry SR
The author lives in Baytown, Texas.