Thursday, February 25, 2010

Beautiful Things Happen When a Woman Trusts God by Sheila Walsh {Book Review}

Do you ever question God's ability to catch you when you fall?

Do shame, fear, and brokenness keep you from fully trusting God?

Do you secretly believe your dreams are unreachable?

You are not alone.

My Review:
This book is about Sheila Walsh and how she learned to trust. She went through clinical depression and made it back to live a productive, content life. Sheila tells about ten great people of the Bible and the different ways they learned to trust God. This book is for women, but I feel it really could be helpful to men also. There are many ways in which we don't trust in God. "Women may despise themselves, be consumed with anger, lost in despair, struggle with faith, caught up in addictions and affairs." Sheila through the book tells us the different steps to begin trusting again.

I've been helped greatly by this book. It spoke to many areas of my life that needs worked on.

Here is a quote from Sheila's book that really hit me: "When I am defensive, I am deaf, but when I have an open heart, I can hear clearly."

So to wrap this up I highly recommend "Beautiful Things Happen When A Woman Trusts God." It is a absolutely, amazing helpful book.

Another neat thing, in the back of the book is an in-depth Bible study for individuals or small groups. It really seems neat and I plan on doing it.

This is where you can order this wonderful book:

Thomas Nelson has provided me with a complimentary copy

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Trinity Rose said...

This is a most wonderful book. Hope all of you watch the video and buy the book. It is really a helpful book.
Have a blessed day,
Trinity Rose

csthankful said...

I can't wait to get this one. It is next on my "to buy" list! Thanks for the synopsis and review.

Unknown said...

My kind of book! I love honest, open, freeing testimonials about a person's inner struggles and God's conquering power in their life.

I also think quite highly about Shiela Walsh. (Personal bit: I met her husband once when I was assigned to drive him from the airport to our church. Nice, intelligent man. And I am penpals with a friend of her's in Scotland. I've been told by both of these people that she is a fascinting person.)