Book Spotlight and Review – That Was Then, This Is Now: This Broken Vessel Restored – Paulette Harper

That Was Then, This Is Now: This Broken Vessel Restored – Paulette Harper

 

Synopsis

HOW COULD GOD HAVE A PURPOSE FOR ME AMIDST THIS MESS?
WHY DO SUCH BAD THINGS HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE?

If you’ve recently asked yourself these questions, Paulette Harper’s That Was Then, This is Now has the answers. Struggling to recover from a broken marriage and disappointed dreams, Paulette Harper gropes for meaning and understanding. And through her searching, God reveals Himself to her in ways she never before imagined possible. By sharing her struggles with transparency, she illustrates how a heart attitude of surrender allows God to use a broken vessel for His ultimate plans of glory.
That Was Then, This is Now, ministers to hurting hearts in every season in life, reminding them that God restores shattered lives, intent on using them for His sovereign purposes.

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Review

 

That Was Then, This Is Now: This Broken Vessel Restored was a journey and testimony of author Paulette Harper. It was inspiring to read her powerful message of praise. She bared her soul so that we can see and bare ours too. I started reading and I had to stop to get in a quieter place, pen, and notepad to receive this Word. This book took me through some emotions. It spoke to my heart that I shouted, clapped, song a praise, and danced throughout my living room. The author had such an encouraging word that I am going to have to tell my family and friends that I know who is going through that they need to read this book. The author’s words gave me comfort in knowing I am not alone, to have faith, and trouble don’t last always. Thank you. I like how the author gave definitions and scriptures to go along so we can comprehend what was being said. Praise God! Thank you for your testimony Paulette. I do recommend this book to all who are going through. I give this book 5 stars.

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