Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Review: Finding God in the Hard Times: Choosing to Trust and Hope When You Can't See the Way by Matt and Beth Redman



About the book:
On the Road Marked With Suffering . . . How Will You Respond?

Come rain or shine, hardship or ease, confusion or clarity, worship is always a choice. But what does it look like when worship meets suffering? How can God be good when it seems the world is collapsing around you?

In this inspiring book, Matt and Beth Redman draw on their experiences to explore how to offer praise even in the face of hardship and pain. Focusing on the psalms, they reveal how difficult or tragic circumstances, and the choices you make, can propel you toward God or away from him. Learn how to weather the storms of life with a cry of "blessed be your name" on your lips.

Previously published as Blessed Be Your Name. Now includes end-of-chapter questions for personal reflection or group use.

My rating:
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My thoughts:

I'm not really sure how to review this, but I'll try my best. :) I really liked it and thought that it was written well. It had a lot of truths and it's so true that we need to praise God in the good times and during the storms.

I think Finding God in the Hard Times was first published as Blessed Be Your Name, because that book was listed on the copyright page. I haven't read that book, so I can't say for sure, but just wanted to mention it in case you have that book.

All in all, a great nonfiction read that I recommend if you are going through hard times or to help prepare you for when those times come.

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