In the Wilderness – Finding God’s Strength When Your World Falls Apart by Ron DiCianni & Lance Wubbels – A Book Review

In the WildernessIn The Wilderness – Finding God’s Strength When Your World Falls Apart
By: Ron DiCianni and Lance Wubbles
Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257
978-0768442168, $ 9.99, 2013, 176 pages
Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Compassionate Insight into the Purpose of Life’s Struggles

Award winning authors Ron DiCianni and Lance Wubbles collaborate in this encouraging collection of insight and inspiration. “In The Wilderness: Finding God’s Strength When Your World Falls Apart” combines Biblical examples and real life stories which enable the reader to find help from others who have travelled through the adversity of a wilderness experience.

Selections from the writings of Job, the Psalms, and other scriptures provide comfort in times of pain, confusion, and chaos; and give insight, resolution, and strength through the wilderness seasons. Heartrending stories of the loss of a newborn, the devastating news of a debilitating disease, and shipwreck reveal how the Lord turns pain, turmoil, and sorrow into personal growth, purpose, and compassion for others.

Inspirational quotes from classic devotional writers Thomas a’ Kempis, Martin Luther, John Bunyan, Hannah Whitehall Smith, and other well-known writers, including, A. W. Tozer, Brennan Manning, C.S. Lewis, and Oswald Chambers inspire strength and encouragement in times of trauma, grief and uncertainty.

Written with empathy and understanding “In the Wilderness: Finding God’s Strength When Your World Falls Apart” is an important source of comfort and empowerment for those experiencing trauma, grief, and suffering. The book is ideal for use in hospital visitation and provides comfort for those going through the pain, and the uncertainty of crippling illness.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

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