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Stories for His Glory

Dying to Meet Jesus by Randy Kay March 18, 2020

Filed under: Book Reviews — Melissa Finnegan @ 6:42 pm
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Be Prepared to Meet the Author of Love

A child in trouble . . . financial stress . . . broken relationships . . . Is it possible to find God’s heart when barriers seem to stand in the way?

We all face difficult times when we struggle just to keep looking up. For author Randy Kay, the challenge was extreme: He died. But at that juncture he met God and was restored to a life of joy he had never thought possible.

Kay had spent most of his adult years as a devout agnostic. Then one day, after an accident that ended his life, he met the One he had sought to disprove. From that time, though many challenges lay ahead, his sense of emptiness was transformed into genuine joy.

Through his own and many other riveting stories, Kay demonstrates not only that God is present when we need Him, but that our trials can actually lead us to true intimacy with the One who loves us beyond all measure.

My thoughts:

I’ll be honest, I am always a bit skeptical of books from someone who claimed to die and meet Jesus, not because I don’t believe it could happen but because so many stories have come out on this subject.

What I liked about this book was that the author really didn’t focus on that subject. He talked about his overall relationship with Jesus, that moment of dying is part of his story but not the only part.

One chapter in particular spoke to my heart during this time of uncertainty. This chapter dealt with why bad things happen, what can we learn from it? So many words of wisdom and I was writing down quote left and right in my journal.

Basically, this is a book that will challenge you to grow in your faith, to use the good and the bad that comes into our lives to glorify God.

Visit Randy here.

Grab your copy at your local bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Christianbook.com or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me through the publisher. All opinions are my own. 

 

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