Friday, August 05, 2016
Powerful Book of Hope
I love the title, Unreasonable Hope. Because hope in the midst of a terrible doctor’s report is unthinkable. It didn’t happen all at once, it was a process for Chad and his wife. As they were supported by friends and family, slowly they found a new brand of hope.
It’s not the everyday hope we think of. It’s not a simple hope either. Their hope is not about how God has blessed them in the midst of trials and tribulations, yet it is about that. However, it’s still different, Veach writes about the unknown, the mystery and mysterious God. Their hope comes in the retelling of stories about God’s presence and their victories in past difficulties. It’s reminiscent of an Old Testament faith. Retelling the traditions and miracles of God.
The book is broken into 4 sections ~
This book can make a huge difference in the lives of those who are struggling with issues of hope in the midst of life’s problems.
I would highly recommend this book.
I received this book from booklookbloggers.com in exchange for an honest review.
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