A Grand read

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Not a favorite

A little disappointed  at how much of the book spoke of childhood hurt but not enough about God. The back is a little  miss leading. I liked the fact that there were pictures in the back of the  The author writes 

After forty years of searching, I have finally come to peace with my own life.  I now realize that God loves me, and even when I didn’t realize he was there, he was watching over me and leading me.  My message to all children of divorced parents out there is: God loves you.  He is protecting you and watching out for you.  He has a will and purpose for your life. He will show you the way.  No matter how bad things seem right now, keep breathing and keep believing. Even though your earthly mother or father may have let you down, your heavenly Father will not..

There are several things I do not agree with, in the above paragraph written by the above author. A false message is given- God does not love all. For if God did so than many more would be in heaven.

I thought this book would have more ishing stories that would point one to hrist. Yet there were still a few gold nuggets to b found in the book ( I read every page). I liked how he forgave. That is a hard things to do. I jsut wish he had said he had been praying for  his parents. This book was an OK read but I would not recommend it! I am sorry to say another thing disturbed me - how he married his wife even if they wee apposed.

LIFE SENTENCE Publishing.  gave me this book to review. I am thankful as  many of there books I enjoyed.

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