Thursday, April 11, 2013
Book Review - When God Makes Lemonade
In When God Makes Lemonade, author Don Jacobson has collected real-life stories from around the world that show everyday folks discovering unexpected sweetness in the midst of sour circumstances. Some are funny, others are sobering, and more than a few will bring tears of amazement. But these true stories all have one thing in common: hope.
There's no question that life gives us "lemons," like issues with health, employment, and relationships. But when those lemons become lemonade, it's as refreshing as a cold drink on a hot summer day.
It's true that in life "stuff" happens, but as you'll see in these stories, lemonade happens too!
My Take on the Book
This is the type of book that will make you appreciate what you have in life and will lift your spirit and inspire you to do more with your life than you are right now! The underlying theme of this book is a message of hope that God can provide. The book was easy to read and what I loved most about the book was the fact that the stories were short, and as a reader you could easily read a few of these in a short sitting to make the book an easy one to get through. I found the book to be a compelling read and one that I did not want to put down. It is not be easy to endure the lemons, but the lemonade that comes is definitely sweet!
I definitely recommend this to anyone that wants to be inspired, as the book will open your eyes and help you to redefine the way in which you are not only living your life, but the way in which you view your life!
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