Hi Everyone! Hope you're having a great day! I have been doing many book reviews lately.
I have been through some medical issues, but now getting back to myself. Reading has always been a passion of mine. I love reading. I find it funny that when we are in school we complain how much we have to read, but then when we decide to read for fun. A book catches our interest we jump in and read.
I chose this book to read because some friends and family know the circumstances surrounding my Father's passing. There were some things I had to deal with personally outside of the grieving process. This has been a great challenge for me. I have gotten myself to a great healing point. I am able to say that I am not angry I don't have that burden over me. I feel free! I must clear this point up; the anger I had was not at all toward my Father, but it was toward a person that was involved with my Father. The anger came from the things this person was saying and the pressures that my Father felt from this person. Honestly, this was unnecessary that this person caused this.
When I chose to read this book I thought how fitting this would be. I love how Mary put the Lord's prayer as a road map for us to follow when we pray. What a light that was for me. The Lord tells us pray this way. There is so much in the way that we pray. Praying this way shows us how much God loves us even when we are hurting the most. There is so much in this book I would recommend that anyone who wants to read it please do.
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Grace & Peace,