Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book. My opinions are my own. I was free to give my honest review whether positive or negative. This post contains affiliate links.Simply, wow. In this book one will find a balm for troubles, hardships, and pain. And hope. Hope in a God that loves us and desires for us to live life in its fullness of joy! With each hardship and seemingly bitter frustration, Sara learns that all the unraveling of herself gives way to the birth if new life. A newness of life and living that she has yearned for in the inner most parts of her being. She writes with such vulnerability that I find her book really transparent and fresh water reading to me. I love that I am enjoying this book! I find it encouraging as Sara shows us how she came to discover God more deeply and intimately. Each chapter opens up little by little unfolding the messes and hardships Sara faces in her life. Her unraveling becomes a place that my heart stirs within me, for I can relate to unravellings in my life. Her honesty with her faith and how she lived life before coming to an end of herself are encouraging as I feel that most avoid bearing weaknesses. She writes with a freshness and ease that makes this book one of the "stay up and read all night" kind of books for me. I would definitely pass to on to friends and family.
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Every Bitter Thing Is Sweet: Tasting the Goodness of God in All Things