Why God Matters By Karina Fabian and Deacon Steve Lambert






Though small, Why God Matters is a powerful book.

Deacon Steve Lambert and his daughter Karina Fabian share their experiences along with succinct and meaningful guides from the Bible and Catholic Catechism

I particularly liked what is stated in the Introduction. "May what you read help you on your small steps toward great faith. May you breathe in Christ's breath."

One of the topics addressed is "Simple ways to deal with Life's Trials" from the trivial irritations to the depths of dispair.

Something we all need to learn in our walk of faith is to ask for what we need rather than what we want.

There is a section on guardian angels, and another on how to keep a balance in your life.

Karina and Deacon Steve explain that's it's important to keep a relationship with God that's more than personal and how to do it.

Both Karina and her father tell how God made himself know to each of them.

There is so much in this book that will be helpful to any Christian, no matter his or her denomination. I'm a Southern Baptist, but I found many gems in this book to encourage me and strengthen my faith.

I recommend this book as a devotional or as just an uplifting read.

Book website:
http://www.whygodmatters.com

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Excerpt from Chapter 2:
http://tribute-books.com/whygodmatters/share_your_story.htmlKarina Fabian Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/karina.fabian?ref=ts

Karina Fabian Twitter:
http://www.twitter.com/karinafabian

Karina Fabian Blog:
http://fabianspace.blogspot.com/

Tribute Books website:
http://www.tribute-books.com


Marilyn

Comments

Tribute Books said…
Aww, thanks Marilyn for the great review. You touched on so many of the book's key points to share with your blog readers.

I like how you mentioned that the book covers the gamut from dealing with the trivial to coping with the depths of despair. I think we all reach those highs and lows throughout the course of a lifetime and it's good to know that the book addresses the scope of what it means to be human.

Best wishes,
Nicole
Tribute Books

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