Where do you start when you know that God could’ve, but He didn’t?
A faith-boosting quick read, this book will help you find strength in the midst of crushingly difficult times, whether you are grieving the loss of a loved one, or facing other challenges that have made your world crumble down.
February 28, 2015 was the best and worst day of our lives as a young married couple, when our first child, Berea Dannielle, was born. Sadly, a few hours after delivery, she passed away. Exactly a year after, I “gave birth” to my book, “When God Could’ve But He Didn’t.”
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You can go through the “When God Could’ve But He Didn’t” 5-day devotional over at Youversion by clicking here. Youversion app is free, and so is the 5-day devotional material.
It was a great privilege to have been able to share our story to encourage others. You can listen to the message here.
This book may or may not be for someone who has just entered a season of grieving; it always depends on how each one grieves. The bible is the best book a grieving person can (must) read. The “When God Could’ve But He Didn’t” 5-day devotional will be a good place to start. Back to the book, what I can assure you is that this is a faith-boosting quick read, even for a person who is not grieving.
I wish this was just another fiction story but Pam's story bears witness to the reality of life. I like the audacity in sharing her journey from pain to faith which left me with this thought, "It's when reality intersects with faith in God that makes us understand; when God could've but He didn't."
March 1, 2016
March 29, 2016
What do you do when the thing you are believing God for was not given to you?
"When God Could've But He Didn't" is one of the most sincere yet straight to the point books I've read in a while.
I am amazed at the depth of Pam's faith and how she beautifully articulates what she and her husband went through without sounding bitter or self-righteous. It's just.... Honest while remaining faithful to God. I don't have their story and as Pam says, we have different stories—but you can almost always relate to how she was feeling. This book is truly encouraging and humbling and beautiful yet sad. I encourage everyone to read it.
February 28, 2016
I intentionally downloaded this book to support a fellow church mate but never did I thought that this book would help me in surviving a similar experience. A few days after downloading it, my own grandmother passed away and to be honest, I wouldn't have survived it if not for Ate Pam's book. I was on the verge of losing my faith and blaming God and myself but reading her story inspired me so much especially how her relationship with God remained (and became even stronger) even after going through such a tragic loss.
Now I encourage everyone I know who have gone through the same experience to read this one.
June 3, 2016
December 19, 2016
Is feeling defeated and wonder how they will go on please read. Loved it
November 16, 2016