In this world of problems and sufferings the book focuses on how God is the real answer to them. It takes Bible verses to remind us that we have hope. God continuously gives us what we need: provision, peace, confidence, love, grace, hope, strength and the most important: a future, a goal.
This book has challenged me a lot. I’ve got new insights while reading how Jesus stops the Gergesene demoniac (Mark 5) and how he promised to stop my mind (sometimes impossible for me) and bring me peace. Or studying through the Samaritan how even our worst acts (touching Jesus with her impure hands) can be used by God to help us find our way home to His heart. The thought that there is a promise for every problem and this way we can stop Satan’s lie (“you will never change!”) replacing it for Bible promises, like Jesus did. “We have great needs in life and there is only one way to have those needs met…prayer, prayer, prayer” This book has a lot of Bible content, each day you will enjoy it reading new verses and new ideas that will prepare you to live the challenges of your life holding on to God’s promises. It took me 3 months to read it and it was because each page was full of interesting ideas and real life aplications.
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