About the Book
"What Is Said Shall Be Established: Being Ready" represents a paraphrasing of two Proverbs by King Solomon. As the title of this work suggests, this text will inspire the Spirit of you, the user. This program will bring to light practical steps to help you fulfill for yourself the Biblical doctrine, "Death and life are in the power of the tongue." By my interpretation, this principle also conveys that poverty and wealth, sickness and health, and chaos and tranquility are in the power of the tongue. In your preparation to experience "What Is Said Shall Be Established," it is incumbent upon you to speak the "Language of Faith." One definition for the "Language of Faith" is "The concise expressions of positive assurance spoken in spite of temporal circumstances." In an attempt to make applicable the teachings of the First Century Apostles, "What Is Said Shall Be Established" shall offer a message with the steps to unlock spiritual revelations. Offering the means to help you overcome natural and spiritual hurdles,"What Is Said Shall Be Estalished" summons you to call into being things which do not yet exist. By doing so, you can alter current conditions through a display of faith. However, if you fail to discern your role in a spiritual proclamation, a personal prophecy may go unfulfilled, an affirmation of faith unrealized, a parental foresight disregarded, and/or a prophetic utterance unattained. The Apostle James wrote, "Faith without works is dead." "What Is Said Shall Be Established" can help you to avoid being without necessary faith. The inspiration conveyed through this program will raise your level of faith. You will become empowered to speak unseen resources as though they were already in plain view. Within the message of this program, you will discover well-founded, effective and definitive instructions. To the astute fact-finder, the steps outlined in "What Is Said Shall Be Established: Being Ready" will appear valid and certain. To the discerning soul, this program will reveal an abundantly resourceful gateway to a positively creative spiritual experience.
About the Author: Mark Carven Olds, MNO, CNM, CPE has earned a Master of Nonprofit Organizations degree from Case Western Reserve University. He did post graduate studies at Case's history department. He also did doctoral studies in Interdisciplinary Studies with a Specialization in Public Policy/Health at the Union Institute & University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mark Carven Olds has committed his exertions to strive for new plateus to enhance the equality of life for all humanity. He has founded and served in a number of nonprofit organizationa that have had local and national impact. His latest endeavor, the Midwest Minority Think Tank for Public Policy, Leadership, and Service, LLC., (The Think Tank) holds the promise of transformation for a people and generations to come. He has taken the stand to set forth an institution with "A Solutions Strategy" impetus. The Think Tank will produce solutions. In addition, the solutions will come with a clearly defined strategy to move from idea to implementation. The goal of Mark Carven Olds is to have a reliable institution that clearly allows any member to set forth a solution that can help elevate a group of people; whereby, the whole of society will enjoy the fruitfulness of the effort. The Midwest Minority Think Tank for Public Policy, Leadership, and Service, LLC. will not make official statements on any issue, unless a transparent solution shall come attached. Public policy makers, leadership figures, and those who purport to serve will no longer find refuge behind mounds of political rhetoric or mountains of in-effective verbosity. By setting forth doable and workable solutions in a format easily comprehensible by the general population, The Think tank shall make it impossible to say that there was no solution. A historical review of the ministry and the activist role of Mark Carven Olds will undoubtedly reveal that he has fearlessly launched radical thoughts which have caused some degree of a status quo implosion. He has aggressively stated, "My energy should resolve a conundrum rather than promote a dialogue continuum. An issue's origin or any potential negative fallout should not commandeer a creative people's impetus. I cannot sit idle (imprisoned or liberated) and watch the Civil Rights Movement's gains slowly undergo erosion. To assume a passive observer's role, I would have betrayed my elders and committed treason against the progeny of my people."