Written in the first person, the reader’s emotions go through the mill as we pop ourselves right in the middle of the story.
How would I feel if my baby daughter was continually fighting for life? Would I blame me? Would I blame God? Would I bargain with Him? Would I grasp at anything and everything? Beauty From Ashes is a raw account of a new Mums battle with her emotions. The reader ‘feels’ her struggles. We empathise as her actions could be any one of us.
Beauty From Ashes is a powerful story of a mother’s love, grace, forgiveness and the love of a Father for all His children.
The reader witnesses how God uses people to minister to others. God is a God who loves us. It is never in His nature to punish us no matter what circumstances seem to say.
A faith buds and blossoms within the story which is beautiful to witness.
Alana Terry has written a powerful and emotional story. Don’t forget your tissues.
I received this book for free. A favourable review was not required and all views expressed are my own.