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Book review of John Bevere’s, “God, where are you?”

I’m finally able to post this book review of John Bevere’s, “God, where are you?” It’s a book that I really enjoyed reading through and through. I believe that it’s a great booster when life becomes so overwhelming that you start wondering if God has forsaken you, or when you simply thirst for His presence but He feels so far away. It teaches great principles on how to react, what to do or not to when facing the wilderness in our lives. Also, I think that it’s a good reminder that God is always with you, even when it stays silent or when nothing seems to be moving along.

Coverpage. Book review of John Bevere’s, “God, where are you?” Available on Amazon

Highlights: Book review of John Bevere’s, “God, where are you?”

Format

  • Publisher: Messenger International (January 15, 2019)
  • Paperback/Kindle
  • 216 pages
  • English (no other translation was found as of Dec 10, 2019)

Presentation

  • Easy to read
  • Well structure
  • Practical toolbox (Survival tips) in every chapter
  • Discussion questions at the end of every chapter

Themes

Content

  • Biblical teachings
  • Personal examples

Other resources

Reading plan on YouVersion App https://www.bible.com/fr/reading-plans/13545

Website: https://godwhereareyoubook.com

Available on Amazon.

About Author

As far as she can remember, Anathalie has always loved God. Despite the tortuous paths she has taken, He remained faithful and never let her down. Anathalie grew up in a small Free Methodist church in Montreal's Haitian community where her parents were involved in ecclesiastical ministry. From a very young age, she gave her life to the Lord and served in church for the advancement of God's work. She has been attending La Chapelle Church in Montreal since June 2014, where she puts her gifts, talents and experience to the service of the church's operations team as well as the pastoral care team. In 2018, she began studying theology in order to become a chaplain to help people who are suffering. "They say of me that I am a passionate, creative, reserved and bold woman. I have a sweet tooth, I can be lunatic from time to time, I love old movies and French soap operas and I hate feet ... For real! "

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