My rating: 4 of 5 stars
When facing the impossible, will you believe?
Storm clouds gather over a small Michigan town. As thunder shakes the sky, the lights inside St. Thomas Church flicker . . . and then go out.
All is black until a thick bolt of lightning slices the sky, striking the church’s large wooden cross—leaving it ablaze and splintered in two.
When the storm ends—the search for answers begins.
James Lindy, the church’s blind minister, wonders how his small congregation can repair the cross and keep their faith in the midst of adversity. And he hears the words “only believe.”
I liked this book because the situations are believable many of us go through many of the things that these characters when though, it was relate-able and that is why I would recommend this book to anybody. These characters ask questions that we all want answers to, in fact we all have asked these questions a time or two and though these characters don’t have the answers they still have faith and still believe. The author really showed that no matter what God loves us and He always knows what is best for us and that things in our life happen to make us who we are and to lead us down the path we are suppose to be on. The supporting characters in this book I loved, they were there for the main characters when they needed them and that was the best thing of all. I don’t tear at most books but there was a tear in my eye at some parts of this book. I was on the edge of my seat and read this book very quickly! I was disappointed about some of the loose ends still trailing in the wind a the end of the book but I still would recommend this book to anyone.
*Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for free and all opinions above are my own. I did not receive any other compensation for this review.*