Friday, March 19, 2010

Scattered Petals, Amanda Cabot

Scattered Petals, Amanda Cabot
Very well written love story. Amanda Cabot did an excellent job of bringing to life the characters in this book. One can not help but feel the stomach-churning pain of young Prischilla Morton, or the agony of the weight of unforgiveness that has bound Zach Webster. There are so many twist and turns that the reader is on an emotional roller coaster. However, throughout the book is the thread that God’s hand is always there. He never leaves nor forsakes his precious children. Although our circumstances may shatter our hopes and dreams or our own sins may imprison us in the unforgiveness of ourselves the God of redemption stands ready to make things right. He takes that which is shattered and restores it , that which is bound and sets it free, that which is broken and mends it. His thoughts are of peace and a certain end even when we can not see it. Through a journey of discovery these two see that God has a desired end and it is good – all things truly do happen for a reason – to bring us around to God’s certain end.
Thank you Revell a division of Baker Publishing House for providing a free review copy of this book.

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