Book Review: Nothing is Impossible with God by Rose Marie Miller

Nothing is Impossible with God: Reflections on Weakness, Faith and Power

By: Rose Marie Miller

New Growth Press, 1451 S. Elm Eugene St., Suite 1102, Greensboro, N. C. 27404, 9781936768684, $ 15.99, 2012, 252 Pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

The Ministry, Outreach, and Vision of World Harvest Mission

In her book “Nothing is Impossible with God: Reflections on Weakness, Faith and Power” Rose Marie Miller shares a collection of personal meditations, journals, Bible studies, and stories of ministry experiences with her husband Jack. She tells of experiences during the years of ministering in the New Life Presbyterian Churches, and in the vision, formation, and outreach of the World Harvest Mission.

Miller’s reflections include profound insight in Bible studies on forgiveness, a good conscience, and an in depth study on learning to pray. She tells of facing loss, her transition while moving beyond grief, and of discovering open doors of ministry. I enjoyed the balance of sound theology, practical in depth teaching on discipleship living and the stories telling of unique opportunities open to her through the World Harvest Mission.

Rose Marie’s writes with candor and humility as she relates her feelings of a dark cloud of guilt hovering over her in the early days of her faith and ministry.  Her focus is always on the power and grace of the gospel of Christ.

“Nothing is Impossible with God” a testimony of learning to trust God, to rely on His strength in impossible situations. Timely and relevant.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes, The opinions expressed are my own.

 

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