It can be a little nerve-wracking to ask someone to read and review your book. However, I know that God led me to write this book on the power of prayer.
My primary intent was to inspire people to draw closer to Christ. I am thankful that Meghan was willing to read and do a book review. I hope that you will take the time to read this book for yourself and let God lead you where He desires.
Horace has walked a hard road. He has faced obstacles and wondered how God could possibly take a trial and turn it into something good. It is difficult to see the light when you feel utterly helpless, but one of the things Horace learned after experiencing a stroke, was that God never leaves us.
I felt energized as I was filled with the truth of this book’s message. I encourage you, whether you’re a steadfast believer in Christ, or a hope-skeptic — to read this book and seek God for yourself.
Horace has done a phenomenal job writing this. It is clear, concise and would make a great gift for anyone, or a timeless resource for those in ministry.
You can read the entire review at my sister in Christ, Meghan Weyerbacher’s site.
Horace Williams Jr is the oldest son of a pastor who went to be with Jesus in 2020. He is an award-winning author and amateur chef who loves Jesus Christ. His passion for Christ inspires readers to draw nearer to the God who loves them.