Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Book Review - God, Do You Know What You Are Doing?
About the Book
As a child born in the Philippines to a life of poverty and simplicity, Maria struggled every day of her childhood. From malaria to typhoons to physical and mental abuse, the trials in her life would make most of us believe that it would not be possible for someone to go through so much and survive. As an adult, not much has changed; there are still trials, but everything has gotten a little more interesting. God is still on His throne, in control, and He is still letting her know why some of these events in her life have come.
Whenever Maria has given her testimony, people from all walks of life have told her that she needs to write a book. She’s often referred to as Job. She has always asked God two important questions through out her life: God, do you know what you are doing, and what is wrong with you? You’ve made a mistake! If we are honest with ourselves, we have asked these same questions at one time or another in our lives.
My Take on the Book
If you are looking for a book that will motivate and inspire you, this is definitely the one. This is a story of perseverance and hard work that pays off in the end, and even though the book is short, there is so much within its' pages. Whether you think your life is hard or not, this author's story will open your eyes to the power of a strong spirit and hard work and how this comes together to help one achieve their overall life goals. I was very impressed, not only by the author herself, but by the message that she was sharing and I believe that you will be also!
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