And the God of all grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast. (1 Peter 5:10 NIV)
Ahyoka Yeshua El was only keeping it real not just with the masses, but with herself, first and foremost.
“It was time for me to stop hiding and shrinking,” Ahyoka, during a recent interview with Making Headline News, said, recalling the memorable, life-altering developments that fueled her desire to become an author. “For so long, I have been hidden in plain sight, building other people’s dreams and visions, but fearful to build the vision Yahweh gave me.”
As far as Ahyoka was concerned, such a vital self-assessment was essential, particularly with regards to her quest for adopting a new lease on life.
“Now was the time for me to emerge and fully walk in the anointing on my life, so I can show others how to do the same,” Ahyoka said.
To her distinctly unique credit, Ahyoka has taken another massive step toward her destiny when she made her authorship debut as one of a gallery of writers for The Image In The Mirror: The Reflection That Inspired The Courage To Live Limitlessly, a highly-anticipated anthology that is spearheaded by North Carolina businesswoman, Joan T. Randall, and is scheduled to officially debut February 4.
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Having needed approximately two months to assemble her chapter in The Image In The Mirror: The Reflection That Inspired The Courage To Live Limitlessly — she began in September 2020 and finished in November — Ahyoka’s rise to authorship success comes amid humble beginnings.
That, after all, practically sums up when this Atlanta Christian-based writer deemed it necessary to use as thought, “Enough is E.N.U.F.F.: Embracing My Past Shifted My Future.”
As it pertains to the divine message she aspires to send to her reading audience through this nationally-acclaimed anthology, Ahyoka said: “Stop looking at where you are through your eyes on your level. Look at where He is calling you to. So many times, we look at our situation and allow our insecurities to shape how we see ourselves, others, our relationships, our destiny, and our greatness. Then we live a life beneath what Yahweh has for us based on this perspective.”
A devoted mother, wife, and accomplished entrepreneur who comes from what she describes as a “lineage of trailblazers in various industries,” Ahyoka admittedly acknowledged that she can greatly attest to what it’s like to feel as if you’re not worthy of what the Father has promised you.
“(I know what it’s like) to have fear stifle your greatness and birth other emotions like low self-esteem, self-doubt, fear of failure, and fear of success,” Ahyoka said. “These emotions will keep you bound where you never achieve your fullest potential.
“I am commissioned to help other women break the strongholds off their lives surrounding their self-worth and greatness…for them to be able to see themselves the way Yahweh sees them and walk fully into their purpose. This was an opportunity to be able to do that through the art of telling my story so others can read it and relate.”
Much to her delight, Ahyoka has become the beneficiary of an array of favorable feedback since word spread about her commendable milestone as an author.
“(I’ve fielded) positive feedback as so many have been able to relate to feeling like they are not living their fullest potential,” Ahyoka said. “They know there is more inside of them, more the Father is calling them to, but they don’t know how to unleash it. After reading my story, they were encouraged to become the greatest version of themselves, and they used the steps I provided to begin their journey.”
Interestingly enough, Ahyoka has announced that Becoming Ahyoka: How My Journey To Marriage, Motherhood, Ministry & The Marketplace Unleashed The greatness Within, her solo-authored project, is slated to debut in May 2020.
“It is a guidebook and memoir to help others along their journey step into their calling and receive everything that is promised to them,” she said.
Also, Ahyoka announced that a book signing for her latest written work is scheduled for on April 17 in Charlotte, and that those who plan to attend will receive periodic updates via her social media platforms.
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