God of All Creation - James Robison with James Randall Robison

Price: $14.99

Format: Hardcover

ISBN: 9781400074594

Release: 8.21.2012

Religion - Christian Life

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God of all Creation

by Marie Cataldi
October 28, 2012
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God of All Creation is an insightful and inspirational little read about the lessons we can learn from pets and wildlife. James Robison uses his little doxie, Princess, as a way to illustrate our relationship with God. Each chapter is a short story using Princess or some other animals in the wildlife to help us understand the mysteries and complexities surrounding God's love and care for us. Who knew that stories about chasing cars, not heeding master's call, and responding to sound could have such biblical parallels.

It was a fast and cute read, although after awhile I was like, "I get it already! Sometimes I'm no better than my own pets when it comes to following God's plan and love." Some of the stories and lessons started to become a little repetitive and redundant. It was a clever book and insightful but it's not one you would ever want to read over and over.

I received this book free from Waterbrook Press in return for my honest and unbiased opinion.

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