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God Loves Broken People

God Loves Broken People And Those Who Pretend They're Not

By Sheila Walsh
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.05 Stars

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On 10/15 MommyBugg wrote: I am broken. And truly, I feel blessed to be a broken woman of God. For God loves broken people. So what does it mean to be broken though? According to the 1828 Webster’s Dictionary: BRO’KEN, pp. of break. bro’kn. Parted by violence; rent asunder; infirm; made bankrupt. Why would God want to ... Wanted: Broken Vessels

MommyBugg's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/1 bree nuckels wrote: I just finished reading Sheila Walsh's, God Loves Broken People courtesy of BookSneeze and really enjoyed it. Walsh, has walked through difficult times and many experiences that have led to brokenness. His healing, and a mindset full of God's Word as truth have allowed her brokenness to be used for His ... Book Review- God Loves Broken People

bree's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/1 Dolphins72 wrote: The author explores the relationship between brokenness, wounds, and God’s love. She illustrates each with a number of stories and doesn’t back away from the tough questions. Usually Sheila Walsh does an exceptional job in addressing her topic from her own life, but this book included an excessive ... God Loves Broken People

Dolphins72's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/5 OriginalCountryGirl wrote: When I received this book from Booksneeze I was really excited to read it. However, in the beginning I really struggled to get in to it. Then, I ended up unexpectedly struggling with health issues and put the book aside for quite a long time. (Sorry Booksneeze) Eventually I picked the book back up and ... Slow to start, but worthwhile over all

OriginalCountryGirl's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/3 hollyroc wrote: The title of this book immediately snagged my attention. It wouldn't take much digging into my past to realize that I am most certainly a broken person. I had a rather traumatic childhood. Sheila Walsh tackles the challenging subject of dealing with physical, psychological and spiritual pain as gifts ... Great Book!

hollyroc's Rating:

4 Stars

On 8/30 srkind wrote: I thought I'd really love this book. A GREAT title, and a much needed message in a world that is hurting. The problem is that the content failed to deliver. I was hoping for a message that would inspire, encourage, and lift up my heart. I had a hard time making myself read the book. It's not that it's ... Book Review: God Loves Broken People by Sheila Wash

srkind's Rating:

2 Stars

On 8/28 Darin wrote: Author Sheila Walsh does a marvelous job of displaying the love of God to those who are wounded and broken in this hurtful world. She helps the reader to understand that whether you are a young or mature Christian you will face various trials and broken moments within your life. While the believer changes ... Very Helpful and Uplifting

Darin's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/24 Kimberly Infield wrote: What an incredible resource! Sheila Walsh is an amazing speaker that I have loved listening to at the Women of Faith Conferences and her talent and passion for speaking bleeds through the pages of this book. On her website she says, “If I could write only one book in my lifetime, I would ask God to ... God Loves Broken People

Kimberly's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/14 Jeannie Davis wrote: This book by Sheila Walsh makes feeling broken and unwanted seem trivial in the bigger scheme of things. God Loves Broken People, Sheila makes it clear that God’s Word is the only way to climb out of a broken hole that society seems to suppress us all into on a daily basis. If you have been abused, ... God Loves Broken People

Jeannie's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/27 Stephen McKiearnan wrote: I started to read this book and never finished it. I think the reason behind this, the issues of my own life took precedence. This is no way a reflection on the author or the context of this book. What I did read I enjoyed. I would recommend this book. Although the author did try to address that the ... I started to read this book and never finished it.

Stephen's Rating:

2 Stars