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Through the Lens of Scripture, January 7
Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations, January 8
janicesbookreviews, January 9
Older & Smarter?, January 10 – Connie’s Comments: 🙂
This is a book for both non-believers and Christians because doubt visits everyone at some point and time. Author Sheryl Giesbrecht Turner assures us that even when Christians doubt, it doesn’t mean they have stopped believing. I personally think that God understands the times when we’re overwhelmed, feeling lost, and have permitted doubt to enter our lives. God understands but he doesn’t want us to let that doubt turn us away from Him. He is there and He is aware!
Turner relates all of the times in her life when she was faced with obstacles, both physical and emotional, and her experiences illustrate how God stepped in to help her. She also shares countless examples of people, both biblical and secular, who faced doubts but managed to conquer them. It’ll Be Okay has nine chapters filled with these accounts and each chapter ends with Can You Relate?, a section filled with statements and questions to help readers analyze what they’ve just read.
This is an interesting book and Turner’s personal trials and triumphs should inspire all who read it. She shares scripture to support her theories and at the end of her book, Turner explains to non-Christian readers how they can also gain the peace and comfort that comes from having a personal relationship with God.
For the Love of Literature, January 11
Texas Book-aholic, January 12
Artistic Nobody, January 13 (Author Interview)
For Him and My Family, January 13
God is Love, January 14
Genesis 5020, January 15
Inklings and notions, January 16
Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy, January 17
Emily Yager, January 18
All 4 and About Books, January 19 (Author Interview)
Mary Hake, January 19
Beck To Basics, January 20