* I was sent an electronic copy of this book for the purpose of this review from Booksneeze
I chose this book hoping for something to draw me closer in my relationship with God.
The front of the book states
“Fall in love with God all over again”.
I’m sorry but it didn’t move me at all.
Don’t get me wrong it’s a nice book the sharing of the authors stories and her moments, but it just left me cold.
I really struggled to finish it and have only done so for the purpose of the review.
Just not one for me.
After reading the previous books of Lis Wiehl and the Triple threat club i was really excited to review this one. I actual love Christian crime fiction where i get to combine my two passions into one.
Eyes of Justice certainly didn’t let me down, it had me hooked from the first few pages. I don’t want to share to much of the story as not to give it away but I have to say I was shocked at the beginning at the turn of events and to be honest I wasn’t sure how the books would go on but thankfully thanks to great writing it all worked out great, well kind of.
Lis Wiehl offers you a chance to enter into the world of the serial killer at the same time as being filled with faith and hope, strange i know but it works.
It’s a great crime story that I loved and it was nice to catch up with old characters and be introduced to new.
It’s a easy read and a great way to spend a couple of hours.
I’m already looking forward to the next book.
I am a fan of Max Lucado’s books and have many including his children’s books so i was excited to read and review his book Grace.
I really found myself being challenged by this book, having to reread parts again wondering if I had really understood what I was reading.
Grace is something I have struggled with I try to earn it. Max drove home that Grace is given and by trying to earn it I’m taking away the beauty of this amazing gift.
My believing that I have to be perfect to receive God’s love is not understanding the enormity of the cross.
In this book Max doesn’t hold his punches, he takes my, our excuses and tears them into and shows them up as the lies of the enemy.
The book holds us to account over our overuse of the word Grace without any real understanding.
The study guide is an extra gift that I have enjoyed working my way through.
I recommend this book as another Max Lucado book worth having.