David Wade’s New Book ‘The Singer With The Faith The Size Of A Mustard Seed’ Is A Profound Account Of A Singer’s Journey Along The Road Of Faith

Fulton Books author David Wade, a jack of all trades who went from being a man in uniform, down-to-earth chef, devoted friend, colleague, and an astonishing musician, has completed his most recent book “The Singer with the Faith the Size of a Mustard Seed”: an awe-inspiring life told in pages that speak about one’s journey of living in music, confidence, passion, and devotion. The author has brought out the truth of how the Lord helped him achieve seemingly insurmountable mountains and impossible dreams.
David writes, “There are many things in life that move you, but there are some things you are born with in which you have the power to move others. This is called being anointed by God.
We all have a gift to do something, and it is up to us to find out what that gift is and use it for the right reasons to glorify God.
Singing came to me. I did not choose it. I just opened my mouth, and I could sing, and it came easy. I just needed to hone my gift by understanding how it worked so I could use it to its fullest potential as well as maintain it by understanding how to take care of it.
My love for music is who I am. I was not told I had to do it. I just did it because I loved it just that much. I knew whenever I would sing, I would find myself closer to a place of peacefulness and harmony with my higher self. As I grew stronger in what moved me to do what I loved. I learned that I could do all things through Christ who strengthens me. I did not let fear deter my calling. Even though I was very much afraid, I knew I had to do it because it was God’s will. Some people are born with many gifts, and some are born with one, but it is not because one gift is greater than the other because your calling is different.
I have learned that if you have the faith the size of a mustard seed, you can move mountains. This means you can do anything you feel is calling out to you. Through my journey, I have learned I am able to move mountains in my life. One is called fear because it is fear that keeps us from being our best self. We have been told, ‘Don’t do this,’ ‘Don’t do that,’ because it will hurt you, so we learn fear, but we don’t learn how to conquer it until we become adults, and for some not even then because we choose to stay comfortable and complacent with the effects of what fear does to us.
We are always evolving into our better self, but we must forget about what we can’t do and focus more so on what we can do when we have the faith the size of a mustard seed.
This pain is not meant to last, but we have to keep moving on, move on, move on.
There’s no storm that can stop you.
There’s no wind that can move you.
There’s no cloud that can stop the sun from shining through. Just move on.”
Published by Fulton Books, David Wade’s book is a brilliant creation that shows how moving on and moving forward uproot one’s greatest potentials. Wade’s account paints a beautiful picture of a life that was able to overcome challenges and fight the fear that once withheld him.
Readers who wish to experience this captivating work can purchase “The Singer with the Faith the Size of a Mustard Seed” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton