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Sharon S Johnson

Sharon S Johnson

Sharon S. Johnson loves the Lord and thanks Him for the gift of her family, especially her two wonderful daughters Havyn and Nia. She is a lifelong musician, an author, and a lover of all things creative! She is the author of “God Must Have Wanted Me to Smile,” the award-winning inspirational story that launched her writing career (featured in Tales2Inspire: The Sapphire Collection). Through God’s amazing grace, Sharon has now released her very first book, Verses of Victory: a 31-day devotional to educate, motivate and stimulate those who seek victory.

Sharon is presently a writer for two digital Christian magazines: Faith Filled Family Magazine, for which she writes music reviews, feature articles and interviews; and The Bottom Line, for which she writes articles and social media posts. She has written devotionals for Journey magazine (LifeWay), and has now started her own blog, This is His Song. Sharon wishes to acknowledge and thank God, her family, and her friends for their unfailing support during her journey toward these awesome achievements.

What A Beautiful Name

A lone voice singing out “You were the Word at the beginning.” That’s how the song “What a Beautiful Name” by Hillsong Worship opens up, with the sentiment of John 1:1-2, which says “In the beginning the Word was with God and the Word was God. He was with God ...

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My World Needs You, God

Earthquakes. Hurricanes. Wars and rumors of wars. Chaos. Tragedy. Trouble on all sides. When we hear of all these things it is natural to become fearful. We worry about the future–about what it may hold. But should we worry? After all, we are children of God, and if we are ...

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Believing for Better!

Have you ever been around the world in 4 minutes and 44 seconds? Well, that is exactly what we are going to do as we experience together Hezekiah Walker’s music video “Better.” Together, he and numerous singers from around the globe anticipate through song the world becoming a better place. ...

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We Can Be the Change?

Oh boy! Have you watched the news lately? There are so many problems going on in this world. Poverty, hunger, sickness, crime, wars and rumors–too many things to mention it seems. Whether at the personal, local, national or international level, many trials and tribulations exist and threaten to poison our ...

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Walking Through Holy Week with Christ

From one extreme to the other. From lifted up to beaten down. From “Hosanna in the highest” to “Crucify him, crucify him.” These are the highs and lows, the ups and downs, that we witness as we walk through this Holy Week with Christ. It began with Palm Sunday and ...

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