God Loves Broken People – Book Review

178/365 days of blogging.

This book by Sheila Walsh makes feeling broken and unwanted seem trivial in the bigger scheme of things.  God Loves Broken People, Sheila makes it clear that God’s Word is the only way to climb out of a broken hole that society seems to suppress us all into on a daily basis.  If you have been abused, you are no good, if you have been an abuser, you are no good.  We all make mistakes in our lives and in this book you learn that all the answers are found in the Bible.  Sheila encouraged readers to believe and study what the Bible has to say to overcome any difficult circumstance you may face in your life.  She described her own feelings about hurts in life and not understanding why bad things happen. She wrote this book to reveal her own struggles with her broken pieces. and to tell others that Jesus is always there to assist us when we are going through trials in our lives.  This book shows people how doors can be opened to Jesus Christ that might never have been opened any other way, except through the grace and love of a Savior.

I would recommend this book to anyone who is struggling and feeling like they are the only one going through difficult times in their life. If you’re feeling broken and beat down by life then this book will offer you hope that God is still in control. We have heard many people say “Why do bad things happen to good people?”   It’s comforting to know that we aren’t alone in our struggles and heartbreak. Our Savior is ready and willing to lead us even when we feel broken until we see His glorious face in Heaven. Even when we do make it home he will still be there but only then will we be made perfect and whole. This book will reveal the truth to you about how much God still desperately loves you broken pieces and all.


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