Physiotherapist Esther Macdonald is living the Australian dream, and it doesn't surprise her. After all, her father has always said, "Follow Jesus and be blessed." But at twenty-eight, her world shatters. Everyone assures her God will come through for her, but what happens when he doesn't? Has she offended God? Is her faith too small? So many conflicting explanations.Will finding the truth cost her the people closest to her heart?
Book Review by Sashi Grayndler:
"If you like Francine Rivers, you will like this author.
Dillon has crafted a wonderful story, with characters you can relate to ... and believable human responses. I really appreciate that this is not another cheesy Christian love story but about faith and relationships.
Esther's faith journey, her doubts, her anger and later her spiritual awakening all connected on a visceral level. The reality of her relationship with Jesus is seen in her desire to read the Bible, to seek him out in prayer and to seek opportunities to tell others about him. This story has personally convicted me to pray for opportunities and to trust the Holy Spirit for the right words and stories to share.
Thank you for the reminder that God's grace does come in strange disguises."