God In The Dark: 31 Devotions To Let The Light Back In – Book Review

God In The Dark

God In The Dark by Sarah Van Diest – Book Review

I have walked through many dark seasons in my life and now that the clouds have parted, I find myself in a place where I am encountering others who are facing difficult trials, battling despair, and desperately needing to hear, feel, and believe that God still loves and cares about them.

Perhaps you’re in that same place where God is calling you to encourage others and shine His light into the dark crevices of their light. Or, perhaps, you’re still surrounded by clouds and could use a few words of encouragement yourself.

In her little gem of a book, God In The Dark: 31 Devotions To Let The Light Back In , Sarah Van Diest has written 31 heartfelt, true-to-life devotions that shine the light of God’s Word in Psalm 119 and other key Scriptures to those most in need of manna. Sarah writes to those in need of a lifeline as though she were having a heart-to-heart conversation with a dear friend.

Her words inspire us, encourage us, challenge us to move forward, out of darkness, into the light. For example, Sarah reminds us:

Each moment I have a choice. This moment, and the next, and the next. The truth that says I’m worthy and I’m loved doesn’t change, but I must choose every time whether to believe it or refuse it. Each moment I get to decide if I should walk with Him or walk with lies.

God In The Dark is one of those books that you’re tempted to buy in bulk so that you can share with everyone who needs to hear its message.

I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.


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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from Tyndale for review purposes. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

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