Here’s me wishing that you find where you need to be in life’s journey.
It really caught my interest and I found myself flipping through the pages. Right then and there, I knew I wanted a copy of the book – not only that – I immediately wanted to buy a friend of mine a copy of the book.
I (impulsively) bought two copies of the book and I must say that I have no regrets.
The first few chapters had me walking from Greenbelt 1 to my office with my head buried on the book. I couldn’t put it down! It was sheer torment to have to stop reading ’cause lunch break was over.
In a sentence, the book is a breath of fresh air. I found the author’s quick wit and snappy humor endearing – and quite rare in Christian books nowadays. His honesty and candidness speaks to the reader as if it were an old friend telling you what he’s been going through lately. I found myself rejoicing at the triumphs that he found in God, moved by his heartfelt revelations, tearing up on the Father’s Love Letter (even if I’ve read and heard it a gazillion times), and wowed by the 50% discount on the flat screen TV.
The book is a wonderful reminder for Christians of how great an adventure we’re all in as we pursue God’s will for our lives, of how real and intimate Daddy God can be! And it’s amazing that we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg… there’s so much more of His glory and mercy and love waiting to manifest in and through our lives!
I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants a good read, who wants to learn some priceless truths, and who wants to experience God in their lives – and all this coming from someone who’s been there.
The next time I see a book by Ru dela Torre, “Who’s he?” would be the last thing on my mind. And it won’t even matter if it’s Kitchie Nadal who wrote the foreword or not. I’ll sure be eager to find out what nuggets of truth Ru will be dishing out next!
May God bless you and your ministry Pastor/Kuya Ru! J
Author/Founder at Almond Tree Publications
Joanna Alonzo is a walking paradox. She is a beautiful, albeit messy, mixture of thought and emotion, expressed in the form of hopefully readable – and relatable – stories. She is a kingdom kid, who looks forward to being a writer and storyteller even when she reaches heaven. She is passionate about the unreached, about those who have yet to know the Love she found in the arms of the Almighty. She is intrigued by the world and its people, who day by day, continue to convince her that God is the greatest Storyteller of all.
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