Book Review: In the Middle of the Mess by Sheila Walsh

November 02, 2017
This new book by Sheila is for every woman living in today's hectic world who is dealing with disappointment, struggle, or loneliness.  That is pretty much all of us, isn't it??

With frankness and sweet sincerity, Sheila assures us that it is normal for us to have a continuous struggle, one in which we have been healed yet have fallen once again. She untangles for the reader what she has learned about freedom from the middle of the mess:  We cannot bury emotions from our struggles because we have a God who wants to be there for us, His daughters.  He desires us to pour our hearts to Him, because "no thing that affects you is petty to God." (p. 53)  It is this vulnerability that brings us closer to the heart of God.  And from there she unfolds how we can turn our struggles into strengths.

Sheila provides an example of how God's grace and mercy are constant:  He is always working, always fine-tuning, always loving and always faithful.

You can purchase this book at Amazon.

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