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Elf Dust To Excellence by Diana Webb is a 40-day Christian devotional study aimed at transforming moral values. The author gives examples of dilemmas people face and asks if we could choose the right or moral path. There are consequences for evil deeds and we should strive to do what is right, be content with what we have, and be happy with our successes. We should not be wasteful, but rather give to the vulnerable. God has given us the gift of life to help others, and we should also ingrain these values in our children, teaching them to be grateful and accountable for their actions. The book also talks about strengthening our spiritual life because a strong spirit can empower our physical life. Trying to do the right thing is not easy and we are asked to be resilient and remember that all trials are lessons on our journey to heaven. The author also covers forgiveness, social injustice, hypocrisy, marriage, relationships, and many more topics.
I loved reading Elf Dust To Excellence because it has an essential message for society today. Many people do not see anything wrong with sinning and have forgotten how to be humble and considerate of others. Diana Webb addresses the issue of morality and Christian values with uncompromising honesty. She uses examples that will move you and help you reflect on the choices you have been making. The book is well-edited and arranged. The author uses quotes and Bible verses in every chapter and touching stories to deliver her life-changing lessons. The only way to create a better world is by acknowledging our wrongs and transforming our lives. God has given us the free will to choose between right and wrong and the author asks that we do what is right and create a better world filled with love and understanding for one another.