Saturday, December 29, 2012

Trusting God book review

When I first received this book I thought, ‘oh great, just what the market needed, another devotional’. Yes, this is another devotional but it’s on a personal level with not only true life scenarios that we can relate to but by women who make you feel like their very best friends because they’re not afraid to open up to you. It’s hard to be candidly honest sometimes with strangers because we don’t want them to see our real inner selves and judge us for not believing at times, for not trusting and we want them to believe what we preach and that’s that we fully believe and trust in God in ALL circumstances of our lives. This book is done in a way unique to most devotionals with insights on what to pray, what we need to work on incorporating more of in our lives and scripture to back those insights up with. This book relates to actual testimonies and not just imaginary what if’s to propose for the various possibilities in our lives. I would say this book is a cross between how to trust God with our hearts, lives, families and futures and Chicken Soup for the ___ series. The stories are great as well as the grounding foundations of what the Bible tells us to hold close to us.

Well done ladies.

I received this book free in exchange of my honest review from Waterbrook/Multnomah Publishing Group.

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I'm a caregiver to my husband who is permanently disabled. Life can be a bit challenging when it's not really about me at all. I've got two boys, 18 and 3 and they're both an added handful. I spend my spare time trying to keep from being bored and try to make it about me, life and socializing with others about how they spend their time. Hence, the birth of this blog!