Thursday, January 25, 2018

Never Alone: Exchanging Your Tender Hurts for God’s Healing Grace



About the book:
No matter what you are going through, you are never alone. 

From the time we’re little girls, we long to be loved and accepted—from the playground to the lunchroom to the places where we live and work as grown women. We do our best to prove we’re lovable and to avoid being left all alone. But the truth is that it’s impossible to walk through life without experiencing the pain and loneliness of betrayal, shame, guilt, loss, judgment, or rejection. These wounds can shape our views of ourselves, others, and God and even make us question if we are worthy of love and acceptance. Whether old or new, our heartache can convince us there’s no one who understands or cares. Yet Jesus tells us a different story.

In Never Alone, author Tiffany Bluhm offers hope and encouragement that as our plans, hearts, and lives change, God does not miss a beat. What we may have mistaken for absence was only our mind questioning his goodness and grace. Tiffany reveals the depth and healing power of Jesus’ unconditional love for us and how we will never escape his love. We do not possess that kind of power. If we are willing, we can discover the sacred truth that we indeed, are never alone. 

Accept your invitation to find healing for your deepest hurts as we experience the unfailing companionship of Jesus—the Rescuer and Redeemer of broken lives and wounded hearts.

My rating:
5 stars
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My thoughts:

Never Alone is a book in which any woman can find something encouraging. No matter where you are in life, you have probably experienced hurt, betrayal, guilt, loss, etc. and this book has a chapter for 12 different emotions: shame, doubt, isolation, undesirability, lovelessness, exposure, jealousy, faithlessness, bitterness, hopelessness, loss, fear.

As I was reading, I found myself highlighting several quotes.  Some of the things said were exactly what I needed to hear and made me think of things in a different light.

All in all, a very good read. I recommend it and can see myself rereading sections again.

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2 comments:

  1. Great review! Sounds like a vital resource for those in need of emotional healing.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. This was a great read.

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