I give this book a top notch rating. This book kept me up to read it and had me not wanting to put it down. I thought I had it all figured out but the plot had some twists and turns I did not expect. I love it when a book lets me get some of my thoughts to the plot correct, but some that totally surprise me.
The story shows that while pain and memories of awful things in your past can effect you for years to come,there is ONE from whom you can gain healing. In facing, the pain and sorrow, instead of burying it, you let it go, forgive and heal. There is a purpose to letting go and forgiveness. It isn't to say the person who did wrong is right. It is to set you free from the hold the act or acts had upon your soul. To let go....is to soar in freedom and peace.
This was a great book and I would love to read more by this author.
While thinking about the above review...it made me thing about how there is nothing in this life that can destroy us. We are able to overcome way more than we think. Our God is able to heal in ways we can not even imagine...but we have to let Him and allow the pain that comes with revealing the scars. Healing often brings pain, as we stretch and exercise the scars. When God heals us, He lets us feel the pain, so that we can appreciate the freedom. Sounds, unfair? Not so, for He bore more pain on HIM for us that we can ever imagine.
Friday, December 23, 2011
Posted by Thelma Strobl at 5:50 PM