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In her new book, New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer explores a life lived in complete and total dependence on God. Drawing on her own experiences and inspiration from the Word of God, Joyce makes the case that in every area of your life--spiritually, relationally, emotionally, financially--you can trust that God has your very best in store. With each new chapter In her new book, New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer explores a life lived in complete and total dependence on God. Drawing on her own experiences and inspiration from the Word of God, Joyce makes the case that in every area of your life--spiritually, relationally, emotionally, financially--you can trust that God has your very best in store. With each new chapter, Joyce unveils a sovereign and trustworthy God who longs to be in a relationship with his people, and inspires you to tear down the walls of self-reliance. This book will both equip and encourage, as you learn how to "trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding." Regardless of your past pain, your present circumstances, or your future uncertainty, when you learn to trust God each day, you'll experience the joy-filled life Jesus came to give you. Others may have let you down . . . but God never will!


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In her new book, New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer explores a life lived in complete and total dependence on God. Drawing on her own experiences and inspiration from the Word of God, Joyce makes the case that in every area of your life--spiritually, relationally, emotionally, financially--you can trust that God has your very best in store. With each new chapter In her new book, New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer explores a life lived in complete and total dependence on God. Drawing on her own experiences and inspiration from the Word of God, Joyce makes the case that in every area of your life--spiritually, relationally, emotionally, financially--you can trust that God has your very best in store. With each new chapter, Joyce unveils a sovereign and trustworthy God who longs to be in a relationship with his people, and inspires you to tear down the walls of self-reliance. This book will both equip and encourage, as you learn how to "trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding." Regardless of your past pain, your present circumstances, or your future uncertainty, when you learn to trust God each day, you'll experience the joy-filled life Jesus came to give you. Others may have let you down . . . but God never will!

30 review for Unshakeable Trust: Find the Joy of Trusting God at All Times, in All Things

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chris C - A Midlife Wife

    One of the things I really enjoy about the writing of Mrs. Meyer is how she relates to the every day Christian, her readers, and followers. She talks about the fact that even though she is a strong Christian, she still struggles with negative self-talk. She struggles, just like everyone else, with trust and belief. And she still turns to God for support and empowerment in her day to day life. This book is a powerful study and devotional to the topic of Trust. It seems like a simple thing – Just T One of the things I really enjoy about the writing of Mrs. Meyer is how she relates to the every day Christian, her readers, and followers. She talks about the fact that even though she is a strong Christian, she still struggles with negative self-talk. She struggles, just like everyone else, with trust and belief. And she still turns to God for support and empowerment in her day to day life. This book is a powerful study and devotional to the topic of Trust. It seems like a simple thing – Just Trust in the Lord with all things… But that can be huge! Trust in Him with your finances Trust in Him with your business Trust in Him with your relationships Trust in Him with your family Trust in Him with your health Trust in Him with your life Easy right? Because we are human, we all struggle with this and this book walks us through so many areas that we associate with trusting in the Lord. She shows us in scripture and teaches on topics like suffering, self-reliance, waiting, change, doubt, and so much more. Unshakeable Trust by Joyce Meyer is not one that you are going to fly through. It is one that you will want to study and absorb. Her writing is insightful and rich with plenty of “Ah-Ha” moments. A truly deep look into your belief and ultimate trust for a bigger growth in your walk with God. * copy received for review consideration

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ester Fortuna

    This one took me some time. I’ve been reading this as a devotional. God is good and I’ve been studying trust for some time. I finished my trust study with this book. So many good things here. I know I will go back and keep this one as a guide for my continuous walk in trust with God

  3. 4 out of 5

    Christina Claypool

    “Did you ever feel God directing you to read a certain book? This has been my experience on several occasions, but never more so than when it comes to Joyce Meyer’s, “Unshakeable Trust.” I initially received a free copy of the book when it was first released a few years ago, since I am a Joyce Meyer Ministries partner. Yet at the time, I was extremely upset with God, because a young relative who I loved more than my own life had tragically died a year before. For months, I silently screamed the, “Did you ever feel God directing you to read a certain book? This has been my experience on several occasions, but never more so than when it comes to Joyce Meyer’s, “Unshakeable Trust.” I initially received a free copy of the book when it was first released a few years ago, since I am a Joyce Meyer Ministries partner. Yet at the time, I was extremely upset with God, because a young relative who I loved more than my own life had tragically died a year before. For months, I silently screamed the, “Why God?” question, which arises from deep within when we are trying to make sense of a senseless tragedy. Of course, no real answer came from all my anguished asking, and I temporarily abandoned trust in God’s goodness. Here’s the thing, well-meaning believers will often say, “We shouldn’t question God.” This philosophy doesn’t set well for those of us with an analytical mind or a broken heart. The bottom line is, I gave the free copy of the book away to someone who I thought might glean something from it. I didn’t want to read it, assuming I’d be chastised for my inability to accept what had happened. A year or two later, a second copy of the book somehow found its way into my mailbox again, another gift from Joyce Meyer Ministries. Although I typically devour books by Joyce right away, still believing I would receive little from reading it, I gave that copy away, too. By this time, I had accepted there would be no answer to my “Why” question. I found a bit of peace to all my questioning brought on by grieving, but in a shallow sort of way, not strong enough to endure any poking or prodding. Then after a year of living through the pandemic, watching over FaceTime as my elderly father died alone on a Covid unit, broken by the civil unrest in our country, I flatlined emotionally. I had been in bed for a couple days battling clinical depression, unable to dress or shower, when a third free copy of Joyce Meyer’s, “Unshakeable Trust” arrived in my mailbox. This time, I was desperate for something to hold onto. I finally said, “God, I get the message. I will read this book.“ Contained within the pages, I didn’t find the judgment or condemnation I expected. Instead I discovered the truth that was a healing balm to me. For instance, Joyce asserts that it is okay to ask God the “Why” question in the midst of unbearable heartbreak. Not that we will usually get answers, rather that God understands our confusion and agony and has great compassion for us. Plus, how affirming to read the list of questions about suffering that can keep us from trust, like why if God is good, do His faithful followers suffer? Despite the lack of an answer to "Why" since Meyer’s courageously admits often there is not one - this book reinforces that whatever we go through God is with us in it. Plus, she says He always, always is a good God who means good on our behalf. Like Joyce Meyer’s, as a child I experienced a lot of trauma and dysfunction. This has often clouded my perception of God as a good father. Maybe that’s why my favorite chapter was, “Day by Day,” because as an individual who has been in recovery from addiction for half of my life, living a day at a time has been my saving grace. Having this concept reinforced in this chapter caused me to realize how everyone can benefit from embracing a one-day-at-a-time lifestyle philosophy. To sum it all up on page 117 of “Unshakeable Trust,” Meyer writes, “Developing compassion and empathy for others is one of the blessings we end up with on the other side of suffering. The simple gift of compassion is very valuable to someone who is hurting!” So, in the end, the conclusion is, despite the pain, suffering, and heartbreak life can hand us, we can make a decision to use it to be a source of understanding and blessing to someone else. This book enabled me to battle back against spiraling into depression again by holding onto the hope that I was not alone and God’s help was on the way. My rating: A Five Star Read!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    I know we are to trust God, always. But sometimes it is so hard. I really appreciate this latest book from Joyce Meyer. It is full of good teaching and practical suggestions. I like how Meyer distinguishes trusting people and trusting God. She recognizes people are flawed and we trust them with eyes wide open. Trusting God is different. We must get to know His character to help us learn to trust Him. Yes, there will be unanswered questions and mysteries. We trust Him anyway. And this trust is not I know we are to trust God, always. But sometimes it is so hard. I really appreciate this latest book from Joyce Meyer. It is full of good teaching and practical suggestions. I like how Meyer distinguishes trusting people and trusting God. She recognizes people are flawed and we trust them with eyes wide open. Trusting God is different. We must get to know His character to help us learn to trust Him. Yes, there will be unanswered questions and mysteries. We trust Him anyway. And this trust is not passive. We do what we can and should and trust God for the rest. I really like her teaching on the relationship between obedience and trust. Meyer has good teaching on suffering, an essential part of trusting God. I like that she admits she does not have all the answers as to why Christians suffer but she does offer enlightening thoughts on the topic. She gives some possible causes and outcomes of suffering. She encourages us to trust God for every situation, every single one. Meyer's book is really encouraging and thought provoking. For example, am I willing to trust that God's will is better than mine even when I don't understand it? Meyer is also very practical. For example, she suggests six things to do when God is silent. I highly recommend this book to Christians who are ready to be challenged to trust God completely. You'll get great teaching, lots of illustrations, and plenty of practical suggestions. Food for thought: “What goes on inside of us (our thoughts and attitudes) is more important that our circumstances.” (149) More food for thought: “Satan likes for us to focus on what is wrong with others, because that way we never see what is wrong with us.” (173) I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. My comments are an independent and honest review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Michelle O

    I really like the Book. It’s a book you can go back to if you need help in trusting God! And review/refresh the techniques Joyce Meyers Gives!

  6. 5 out of 5

    DragonPoking

    An EQ Review of  Unshakeable Trust: Find the Joy of Trusting God at All Times, in All Things  by Joyce Meyer -I am not mature enough to not judge a book by its cover. 
 I have a collection on my kindle specifically for books whose covers visually attract me. I usually avoid books with pictures of the author on the front because it puts off a tacky feeling. Joyce Meyer is on the cover of a lot of her books, so I have never randomly picked one up. Until the day that I did.
 I was going through one of An EQ Review of  Unshakeable Trust: Find the Joy of Trusting God at All Times, in All Things  by Joyce Meyer -I am not mature enough to not judge a book by its cover. 
 I have a collection on my kindle specifically for books whose covers visually attract me. I usually avoid books with pictures of the author on the front because it puts off a tacky feeling. Joyce Meyer is on the cover of a lot of her books, so I have never randomly picked one up. Until the day that I did.
 I was going through one of the most challenging times of my thirty-plus years thus far and was utterly furious at God. I was not speaking to him. It appeared he had slammed the door in my face and abandoned me when I needed him most. I called out to him in my suffering for years and felt only the silence of the wall between us.  In one moment of desperation, I scheduled a prophetic inner healing session in which my prophetic intercessor mentioned Joyce Meyer in passing. In my frustration, I had stopped digesting “Christian” materials, only picking up a book when “Christian guilt” prodded me to do so. Occasionally I read my Bible or listened to worship music out of fear that if I failed to do so, God would somehow ignore me harder than he already was. -I am not mature enough to not judge a book by its cover, but I am awake enough to know I have a trust issue. Despite feelings of abandonment, I was still looking to God for guidance and comfort. I do not think this was a case of the abused returning to the abuser. Instead, I believe I had a disassociation in my mind when it came to my relationship with and understanding of God. There was a hurt angry “part” of me that could not understand what was going on but needed to. The lack of answers piled up as evidence against God being loving or caring. This “part” could not look at the world’s suffering and believe God is good. Then there was the faith-filled “part” of me who was untainted by cynicism and the world’s pain. She had the child-like faith that supposedly moves hearts and mountains. With that faith, she still believed comfort, guidance, and purpose were found with Him. These two parts were both entirely me and both taking up operation energy in my thoughts at all times. -I am awake enough to know that trusting God is one of my problems, specifically in that I do not.  
 So, I passed several years of what looked like God ignoring my hardships. I could find no other way to interpret the ceaseless silence I was experiencing. I did not know how to trust God in the middle of long-term unanswered prayers, personal suffering, and injustices. I am a highly empathetic and sensitive person. Others like me will understand how intolerable and overwhelming the pain in the world can feel and feel it we do! Trying to heal from my own pain while experiencing the suffering of others… you can see why I felt desperate for relief.
 -I know I do not trust God, but I want to, so I need to know if he is actually trustworthy.
 When I read the subtitle of Joyce’s book, I did an eye-muscle-pulling kind of eye roll. “Ugh, another Christian’ whatever your problem is, is not really a problem because Jesus loves you’ book, explaining how you ‘just need to be joyful, even though your physical pain leaves you writhing on the floor, or you have been infertile for a decade, or your spouse is cheating on you, or your teenager is addicted to drugs. Why don’t I throw a Bible verse at you that contains the word “joy” to encourage you? Cause when I looked up “bible verse” and “joy” together on Google this scripture was first on the list. No matter that I’ve completely taken the verse out of context AND it’s irrelevant to your situation. Do you not feel encouraged? You should because it is from the Bible, and the Bible is the Word of God.’”
 -Ugh.
 Surprisingly, Unshakeable Trust was not a piece of happy-clappy “just trust God” poop. I cannot say that I magically trusted God after finishing the book. The faith-filled “part” of me, however, felt a spark of hope for bringing the angry “part” around. She could see how it would be possible to feel joy amid suffering IF one could believe God was on their side. This hopeful “part” indeed believed he was on her side and had good plans for my life. The angry side still said, “When exactly do I get to be a part of those good plans? Is this one of those situations where all the good stuff comes after you die and go to heaven, cause that’s not good enough.” Here is where being able to use faith would help a lot. “Just have faith,” however, is about as useful a phrase to tell someone as “just have joy,” “just love Jesus,” “just fly to the moon,” “just shit money.” -The truth is, I have a ton of faith. The problem is, I do not know how to activate that faith.
 “Just have faith” is one of those answers I dislike for its inaccuracy, indifference, and its dismissal of pain and difficulties. If I was able to “just have faith” that God was on my side, however, I really could offload a brick of frustration and anxiety. At this point, my physical body and my soul needed that offloading. It is easier said than done and a hard pill to swallow. How do you “just believe” something despite outward circumstances appearing to contradict what you are believing? Christian gobbledygook-givers make it sound like it is the most natural thing in the world to be able to offload your reasoning abilities to grab at the invisible. Just throw out your brains and the evidence right before your eyes and believe in the unbelievable. Faith.
 It was the faith-full “part” which got me past the subtitle. Willing to read further, I still steeled myself for a plethora of Christian platitudes I had already heard ad nauseam. Frankly, I prepared for uselessness. There was something different this time, however, upon my entrance back into Christian self-help material. I did not think it was that Christian mumbo jumbo is getting better or wiser. I was pretty sure it was little-old traumatized me. My fight with God made me critical, suspicious, and discerning. I was no longer willing to be spoon-fed just anything any Christian teacher wanted to feed me.
 -Could this be one of God’s purposes for his silence? Why in the world would God want me to learn to think for myself…? Joyce Meyer has known severe suffering. Her father sexually abused her while her mother did not protect her from such abuse. She battled with cancer and migraines. She has been persecuted by her own people, the church, for being a female Bible teacher. Plus, she had the hardship of healing from all that trauma. If she was telling the truth and able to not only trust God but also to experience joy despite her great sufferings, then I wanted to learn what she had to say. Unshakeable Trust helped me look at my circumstances from a different perspective. It did not solve my problems or answer my questions the way I hoped, but I did get a dose of hard truth that I am still working to digest. I also received a profound revelation on what trusting God means.  Hard truth example: God does not cause suffering, but he might allow it to be prolonged to improve your character. The fact that God is more concerned with my character than my comfort is upsetting, downright maddening. I had to decide if I was going to accept this fact or if I was going to deny it.  -If we are going to suffer no matter what, is suffering with God better than suffering without him?
 There are many things about God and the ways he operates that are impossible for us to understand logically. That is what you get with a higher dimensional being — confusion and brain-twisting. I had been living under the assumption that because I read my Bible and “knew” him well, I “got” him, and therefore he should respond to me in the ways I assumed he would. I became highly disappointed when this turned out not to be the case. God is not who I thought he was, and the very idea of trying to define him is a ridiculous endeavor for a human to make.  The other hard truth I gleaned: God is not in control. That is a Sunday school mantra and an old Twila Paris song. “God is in Control.” No, he is not. Before you get mad at me for saying something that sounds blasphemous, it warrants an open-minded think-through. If God is in control, then he puppeteered Joyce’s father into her room at night to rape her. In effect, God raped Joyce Meyer as well as has perpetuated all the other horrors that humans inflict on one another. That is not someone I want to worship, much less dedicate my life. Definitely not someone worthy of my trust.
 As soon as God made us with free will, he ceded control. God has gone through great pains to show us that our free will is exceedingly important to him. We are free and encouraged to make our own decisions. Often, they are shitty decisions that spill and splatter into others’ lives. I think poor use of free will is the cause of most of the suffering in the world. 
 -God may be in charge, but he is not in control. All God can do in situations where there has been an abuse of free will is manipulate and maneuver things in a way such that bad situations end up doing something beneficial for you in the long run. -In other words, he can make any mess into something useful. That is the promise. I had assumed I could trust God to make things comfortable, to heal every sick person, take away every pain, and make everything alright. Especially since I was a good Christian, doing what I thought was his work and will. A little tit for tat; a little transactional love. I would not have outright said I expected this of him because when I write it out, it becomes clear it is an incorrect assumption with very juvenile expectations. Nevertheless, these expectations were deeply buried in me, unacknowledged until things did not go my way. When several difficult life circumstances piled on top of each other and God zipped his lips and took zero action, my natural deduction was that he is untrustworthy. -We cannot trust God to save us from life. 
 He promised suffering instead. How did I totally miss that? Because it sucks dirty balls and is an awful promise. So, what can we trust? We can trust that every shitty, horrible, devastating situation in our lives will work into something hopeful, restorative, and redeeming. However, it is never how you might expect.  
 -It’s not the cure-all I wanted, but it is the truth, and it is what I can trust. 
 There is a lot of hard truth in this book, but I like hard truth because it changes you if you are willing to accept it. Accepting the truth is always for the best. And evolving into a truer version of ourselves is usually God’s goal.
 I stopped believing because I had waited in faith for him to do things not in his purview. “Why won’t God help my family? Why hasn’t he taken away my pain? Why hasn’t God healed his cancer? If he’s able to help, why doesn’t he in so many sad cases? He must be bad. He must not like me. He must not care. He must not exist.” -I need to start asking different questions. Did God ever tell me he would take away my pain? Did he ever say I would not have to deal with hard emotions? Did he say that every person would be healed of every sickness? Asking different questions has been uncomfortable. I am slowly being enlightened into a better understanding of God and my expectations of Him. The more truthful answers to questions about trusting God are not as comfortable as the answers we come up with based on what we want or how we think he should do things. This was an eye-opener for me when I realized I was doing this. I am not ready, but I may eventually owe him an apology for being pissed at him for years for not doing things the way I wanted or thought he should. It is a greatly childish reaction, but also an unavoidable one on the path I have traveled. A path we will all take at some point if we are seeking honest answers from the divine.  The above is humbling. It is hard to internalize in a way that it changes your way of thinking. It feels dark and difficult, like trying to accept your mortality size of difficulty. Humans do not accept these realities readily, going mostly through life avoiding chewing on the hardest issues. Not wrestling with them got me to a very dark place. It also got me into a three-year fit of self-pity rage at God that left nothing for me but to hear hard answers, or to jump entirely off the cliff of belief in God and go looking for a new identity and purpose. That felt like a hopeless road. Thankfully my desperation told me to wrestle with God instead, despite knowing I would not win. I am still not on great terms with him. I am still frustrated with unanswered questions and unfulfilled promises. I am still not in full acceptance of some of my life’s realities. I am unsure now more than ever of how he operates in the world and my life specifically. Despite this, I felt more hopeful at the end of this book than when I started. I started in desperation, enough such that I was open to see what my preconceived notions about God were and to shatter them if needed. I do not know if I like the truth I learned, but I am on the road to learning to accept it. I can see at the end of that road there will be a peace of some kind. I, like us all, want to experience peace. See more on The Highly Sensitive Gamer site.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Vandyk

    great book Such a powerful book! Great read!! I highly recommend this book to everyone! I have read a few books of Joyce’s and so good I have learnt so much from her!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen (Kat) Smith

    I've heard it stated that once trust is broken, it can be the hardest thing to repair. That is probably true because no one wants to deal with the "I told you so's!" when it happens again through no fault or perhaps fault of our own. In fact it was the first lesson I learned in my second marriage. I was hell bent on people having to earn my trust before I just gave it to them. However my future husband told me if I do that, you are treating everyone else that comes into your life as if they were I've heard it stated that once trust is broken, it can be the hardest thing to repair. That is probably true because no one wants to deal with the "I told you so's!" when it happens again through no fault or perhaps fault of our own. In fact it was the first lesson I learned in my second marriage. I was hell bent on people having to earn my trust before I just gave it to them. However my future husband told me if I do that, you are treating everyone else that comes into your life as if they were the one's that broke your trust to begin with. Everyone has to be given a 100% in your life and you adjust accordingly. We all can agree that once trust has been violated, it is hard to mend those fences. In fact, it begs to ask the question is it even possible to do? Well in Joyce Meyer's latest book. Unshakable Trust, she reminds readers in how to find the joy of trusting God at all times and in all things, because when we place our trust in man, it will be likely broken at some point because we are expecting perfection and no one can give us that perfection but God in our lives. Even I can agree that I am far from perfect so why would I anticipate that my trust would be an different. Trusting God is the best way to honor God and the benefits of doing so are countless and amazing. I could tell you story after story of putting my trust in God even when I didn't trust myself and have seen the incredible benefits in doing so. In fact God's ways almost defy human explanation. Trust is not an obligation we owe to God. It is a privilege that He makes available to us. When we do this, we open the door to a life of peace, joy and fruitfulness in our lives. It enables us to live without fear, worry, anxiety, fear, reasoning or debilitating stress. God wants us to lean on Him at all times and in all things, not just the ones we aren't getting our own way in. Since we all have a tendency to be self-reliant and independent, it usually takes us quite a while to learn how to trust God. Part of that difficulty stems from our unpleasant experiences that often teach us that people cannot always be trusted. But God's ways are far above those of people, and His Word teaches us that His character is such that He cannot lie or deceive. In this book, Joyce will show you how to learn to trust without borders and have faith beyond reason. Total trust in God should be our goal. Hebrews 11:6 states, "without faith it is impossible to please Him." Faith and trust are so connected that we cannot separate them. It maintains His presence in our lives and connects us to Him in a very powerful way. Yet we also have an enemy, Satan, who continually seeks to prevent us from enjoying a relationship with God and the life He offers us. Satan tempts us with worry, fear, and anxiety, reasoning, stress, doubt and everything else that will get our mind off of God and cause us to lead self-absorbed lives in which we desperately try to take care of ourselves. I received Unshakable Trust by Joyce Meyers compliments of Faith Words, a division of Hachette Book Groups. The only antidote for these miseries is complete trust in God. The best part of any of Joyce Meyer's books is that she shares her own personal struggles, often times laced with a bit of humor and gives you just the right advice as if your own momma were dishing it out. It's straightforward, honest, and cuts right through the worlds own perverted self help ways to get us out of whatever we are going through. She can show you how to rebuild trust that is broken even if we can no longer converse with those that caused us to mistrust. She tears apart those world myths that too many of us fall for as well like 'don't assume that because you been hurt by someone that everyone will hurt you!' This was mine mantra for so long. God will not only heal you, but He will restore all those lost years of your life when you place your faith and trust in Him. For that reason, I give this book a 5 out of 5 stars in my opinion and believe that we could all do with a dose of learning how to really TRUST again!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Allison M

    5 stars for Unshakeable Trust by Joyce Meyer. Unshakeable Trust does exactly what you would expect of a Joyce Meyer book. It is packed full of relevant Bible quotes, empathy, support and a pinch of loving rebuke. This is a woman who knows and trusts God, and can communicate her hard-won wisdom to her readers. In Unshakeable Trust she talks about the importance of leaning on God and developing a relationship with him, obedience, choosing to have a positive attitude and expectancy that God's promis 5 stars for Unshakeable Trust by Joyce Meyer. Unshakeable Trust does exactly what you would expect of a Joyce Meyer book. It is packed full of relevant Bible quotes, empathy, support and a pinch of loving rebuke. This is a woman who knows and trusts God, and can communicate her hard-won wisdom to her readers. In Unshakeable Trust she talks about the importance of leaning on God and developing a relationship with him, obedience, choosing to have a positive attitude and expectancy that God's promises will be kept, and helping others instead of focusing on oneself; additionally she explores doubt, suffering, and waiting. Helpfully, Joyce shares where she has made mistakes and sinned, and how she has grown in faith; she also gives concrete examples of the kinds of prayer she says herself. The end result for this reader is to feel more clear-headed and to be refreshed. A great deal of the book is quote-worthy. With the proviso that these quotes are from the Advanced Reader Copy that I read (and therefore might be changed in the final printed version), here are two brief quotes I found encouraging: 'Don't be discouraged with yourself if sometimes you seem to have very little faith; just remember that when we use our little faith, it can become great faith over time'; and 'You really don't have to do it all. The truth is that Jesus has already done it all, and through trust, faith, and belief in Him, you can breathe a sigh of relief and let your burden go!' I received this ebook free from NetGalley in return for an honest review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Marianne Nichols

    Excellent as always. I adore Joyce, and that she speaks so straightforward and clearly. This one is all about loving God. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Kidwell

    Unshakeable Trust Find the Joy of Trusting God at All Times, in All Things by Joyce Meyer FaithWords / Center Street FaithWords Christian Pub Date 12 Sep 2017 I am reviewing a copy of Unshakable Trust through FaithWords/Center Street and Netgalley: New York Times best selling author, and popular evangelical Christian speaker Joyce Meyers reminds us of the importance of trusting God in every aspects of our lives, she points out that Trusting God is one of the best ways to honor him. Meyer points out that Unshakeable Trust Find the Joy of Trusting God at All Times, in All Things by Joyce Meyer FaithWords / Center Street FaithWords Christian Pub Date 12 Sep 2017 I am reviewing a copy of Unshakable Trust through FaithWords/Center Street and Netgalley: New York Times best selling author, and popular evangelical Christian speaker Joyce Meyers reminds us of the importance of trusting God in every aspects of our lives, she points out that Trusting God is one of the best ways to honor him. Meyer points out that Trust enables us to live without weights, burdens or care because it gives us a confidence that another will deal with those things for us. She goes on to remind us that we can drop our burdens at this very moment. In the book we are reminded that Trust is confidence in the one who is trusted. Meyer's goes on to highlight the importance of trusting God to help us do our best, and then trusting God to do the rest. We are reminded too that God always has our best interest in his thoughts and plans for us. She goes on to remind us that If we cannot have what we want without peace of mind, then it is probably not worth having. We are reminded too that there is a difference between my being dissapointed and God dissapointing me. We are reminded too that we should plan for something unplanned everyday. Another important reminder is for us not to assume that just because someone hurt us, that everyone will hurt us. We are reminded too God not only heals us, but he restores the lost years of our lives as well, and that Trusting Hod is the beginning of all healing. We are reminded too that God does not give up on us. It is also pointed out that God only leads those who truly want his guidance. It is also pointed out that a Little obedience mixed in with a lot of disobedience will still equal an unpleasant life. We are also warned not to make the mistake of thinking we have to many problems of our own to help others. The author tells us that it is through doing good deeds we will recognize that we belong to God. It is also pointed out that love finds a way to agree; it does not for things to disagree about and that love is nota feeling we have, but a choice we make about how we treat people, and that a joyous and meaningful life is not found in what we get, but instead it is found in what we give. It is wise that we know our weaknesses and lean on God to give us the strength so we do not give in to them. It is also important to trust God through all times. Meyer's reminds us that patience allows us to enjoy life while we wait. We are reminded too that Trust requires unanswered questions. I give Unshakable Trust five out of five stars! Happy Reading!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lori L (She Treads Softly)

    Unshakeable Trust: Find the Joy of Trusting God at All Times, in All Things by Joyce Meyer is a highly recommended guide to encourage you to trust God with everything. But blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence is in him. They will be like a tree planted by the water that sends out its roots by the stream. It does not fear when heat comes; its leaves are always green. It has no worries in a year of drought and never fails to bear fruit. Jeremiah 17:7-8 Joyce Meyer writes in t Unshakeable Trust: Find the Joy of Trusting God at All Times, in All Things by Joyce Meyer is a highly recommended guide to encourage you to trust God with everything. But blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence is in him. They will be like a tree planted by the water that sends out its roots by the stream. It does not fear when heat comes; its leaves are always green. It has no worries in a year of drought and never fails to bear fruit. Jeremiah 17:7-8 Joyce Meyer writes in the opening: From the very beginning of this book, I want to emphasize that trust is not an obligation that we owe God; it is a privilege that He makes available to us. We are invited to trust God, and by doing so, we open the door to a life of peace, joy, and fruitfulness. When we mix a healthy portion of trusting God into everything that we do, it enables us to live without worry, anxiety, fear, reasoning, or debilitating stress. It is difficult to trust, especially if your trust has ever been broken, and without a doubt it has because we have all had our trust broken in big and small matters. A broken trust reinforces our tendency to be independent and self-reliant. That is the root of what makes it a struggle to let go of our control and trust God. The thing we need to remember is that learning to trust God is never going to result in disappointment - people, yes, but never God. And, beyond a very basic general trust we need to strive to trust God in every area of our lives: spiritual, relational, emotional, and financial. Meyers teaches in each chapter, with numerous examples from her own life and the Bible, that we can set the pain and circumstances of our past behind, delve into the Word of God, and start trusting the Lord with all our hearts. This will result in a life that can withstand difficult trials while filled with grace and joy. Certainly I can give examples from my own life where I placed my situation in God's hands and trusted that He would make all things work together for my good. I have experienced God taking what appeared to be an impossible situation and making it all work out for my good in the end. However, keep in mind that like Joseph, you may still have to go through trials and it may take time. You may also need to ask the Lord to help you trust Him more. Disclosure: My review copy was courtesy of FaithWords. http://www.shetreadssoftly.com/2017/0...

  13. 4 out of 5

    Christi

    When you're a young child it is easy to trust. Your innocent, naive, and trusting someone comes naturally. It's not until someone betrays that trust that you begin to adopt an untrusting stance. It's a defense mechanism. You've been hurt before and you do not want to have to endure that hurt ever again. So, you build emotional walls and live a guarded life, trusting no one. In Unshakeable Trust, Joyce Meyer dives deep into the many facets of the concept of trust, and shows you that there is true When you're a young child it is easy to trust. Your innocent, naive, and trusting someone comes naturally. It's not until someone betrays that trust that you begin to adopt an untrusting stance. It's a defense mechanism. You've been hurt before and you do not want to have to endure that hurt ever again. So, you build emotional walls and live a guarded life, trusting no one. In Unshakeable Trust, Joyce Meyer dives deep into the many facets of the concept of trust, and shows you that there is true joy when you put all of your trust in God "at all times, in all things." "Trust is dependent on what we know about the character of the one being trusted. If we cannot believe that person is good, just, kind, loving, and trustworthy, then we cannot put our confidence in them." None of us are perfect. We've all fallen, all sinned, and have all had instances in our lives where we could not trust or could not be trusted ourselves. We live in a fallen world, there is always going to be someone that burns you at one time or another, but there is One that we can put our absolute trust in every moment of every day and He will never fail us: Jesus. Joyce does an incredible job of reminding her readers just how trustworthy Jesus is. This book is immersed in Biblical references that are on the subject of trust. After doing a quick search myself I realized that the word TRUST in mentioned in the Bible between 150-180 times. We need to trust! Sprinkled throughout the book, Joyce encourages you to do certain tasks that will help you on your journey to trusting the Lord. With what I'm going through personally in my life right now the reminder of trust is incredibly important. I must remember that my future is secure as I put my trust in the Lord and His plans for my life. "'For I know the plans I have for you,' declares the Lord, 'plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.'" - Jeremiah 29:11 I highly recommend Unshakeable Trust for everyone but especially if you are in a season, like I am, where trust can be incredibly hard. It's a wonderful reminder of where to put your trust and that you can find joy, by trusting, even in your darkest times. *I received a complimentary copy of this book from FaithWords and NetGalley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review. All opinions are my own.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    "Unshakeable Trust" by Joyce Meyer's hits a topic that can be very sensitive and near or dear to our heart. It touches on trust, which once that is lost, it can be damaging and hard to repair. Violation of trust is hard to mend with those you love, including friends and family because we are all humans who don't want people to let us down. Thankfully, we can and should put our entire trust in the Lord because he is completely faithful to us. He will never let us down! Joyce reminds us that God i "Unshakeable Trust" by Joyce Meyer's hits a topic that can be very sensitive and near or dear to our heart. It touches on trust, which once that is lost, it can be damaging and hard to repair. Violation of trust is hard to mend with those you love, including friends and family because we are all humans who don't want people to let us down. Thankfully, we can and should put our entire trust in the Lord because he is completely faithful to us. He will never let us down! Joyce reminds us that God is the person we should put our trust in and not man. We are fallen people who are broken without a savior. With a savior we are still broken, but we will break someone's trust because we aren't perfect and won't be until Christ returns. However, we should trust God. It is a honor and something we should do without fear, rejection stress or anxiety because he cares for us. He wants us to come to him. He doesn't want us to be independent of him or to rely on ourself, but to rely on him completely. The human side of us and the difficulties we have experienced on earth, will teach us to rely on our own way, emotions and experiences, but God's word teaches us something different. I encourage you to grab ahold of this book if you have issues of trust or even have difficulty giving up control over your life. Giving God the reigns over your life allows him to do the impossible. This book has allowed me to grow and depend on him more. It has taught me to seek his word and know that he has my back. I should not be independent of him, but I should really seek his face is all matters. I give this book 5/5 stars. Thank you to the publisher. A favorable review was not required.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Vickie

    Every Christian faces doubts about his/her faith walk at some time in life and Joyce Meyer's latest book UNSHAKEABLE TrUST addresses how one can face these doubts, Bible in hand and prayer in the heart. Ms. Meyer honestly approaches the topic and is not afraid to admit that she has faced doubts in her own life and how she has overcome them. But she also admits that it is a daily battle because we must overcome Satan daily. Her advice is practical and Biblical, and this one-of-a-kind book is one Every Christian faces doubts about his/her faith walk at some time in life and Joyce Meyer's latest book UNSHAKEABLE TrUST addresses how one can face these doubts, Bible in hand and prayer in the heart. Ms. Meyer honestly approaches the topic and is not afraid to admit that she has faced doubts in her own life and how she has overcome them. But she also admits that it is a daily battle because we must overcome Satan daily. Her advice is practical and Biblical, and this one-of-a-kind book is one that every Christian should have on the shelf to refer to when the doubts come. I particularly enjoyed the definititons of faith as a noun and trust as an action verb. I also enjoyed the life stories that Ms. Meyer shared that made the teachings that she was sharing more real and applicable to life. Each chapter begins with a Scripture and Ms. Meyer instructs the reader how to pray through the lack of faith until victory is achieved. I enjoyed the book and appreciated the chance to read it, since I have difficulty with doubt. I say I have faith, but as Ms. Meyer points out, we frequently have faith for a limited amount of time, and out schedule is not always that of the Lord. Her insight is thought provoking and will stay with me for a long time. I read the e-book for Netgalley, but I would like a hard copy of the book as a reference tool, just to remind myself that I can have "Unshakeable Trust" in an Almighty God who loves me and wants the best for me.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Leslie McKee

    Meyer’s book is one which will resonate with many Christians, as its focus is on trusting God in every area of life (finances, relationships, emotions, etc.), which is not an easy task for many people, myself included. Numerous reminders and encouragement are included. By sharing various personal stories, Meyer is upfront with discussions on dealing with hurts and disappointments, having patience, and placing your trust in God. She tells it like it is in an easy-to-understand format. Meyer remin Meyer’s book is one which will resonate with many Christians, as its focus is on trusting God in every area of life (finances, relationships, emotions, etc.), which is not an easy task for many people, myself included. Numerous reminders and encouragement are included. By sharing various personal stories, Meyer is upfront with discussions on dealing with hurts and disappointments, having patience, and placing your trust in God. She tells it like it is in an easy-to-understand format. Meyer reminds the reader that developing an unshakeable trust doesn’t happen overnight. It’s a process that takes time, but it can be achieved. God is the only one deserving of our complete trust. Relevant scripture verses are included throughout the book. I have various points underlined and highlighted, and I’m sure I’ll go back over this book on more than one occasion. Some of my favorite takeaway points include: • “Trust God to help you do your best, and trust Him to do the rest.” • “Change is a constant in all our lives, and to resist it is like resisting the wind when it decides to blow.” • “Prayer opens the door for God to work.” • “Sometimes the only way we will learn to do something is when we have no other choice.” • “Always remember that the most powerful thing we can do is lean on, rely on, depend on, and put our trust in God!” • “Much of life is wasted being miserable about things that we cannot change.” • “Trust is faith in action.”

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    "Unshakeable Trust" by Joyce Meyer is a book that reminds readers to find joy of trusting God in all things, at all times, in all seasons. This book has been a hard one for me personally to get through, not because I don't trust God, but because this book rings to be so true in my life right now. We cannot place our trust in man because when we do, we will likely be disappointed and if someone hasn't let you down yet, they will. God is the only person who we can put our entire trust in to never "Unshakeable Trust" by Joyce Meyer is a book that reminds readers to find joy of trusting God in all things, at all times, in all seasons. This book has been a hard one for me personally to get through, not because I don't trust God, but because this book rings to be so true in my life right now. We cannot place our trust in man because when we do, we will likely be disappointed and if someone hasn't let you down yet, they will. God is the only person who we can put our entire trust in to never let us down. As humans we tend to be reliant on self and we can not live this way. When we do, we fail time and time again. Reliance on Him, should be how we live. It should be a lifestyle. Trusting in God is a privilege and it is beautiful when we do. It allows us to live our lives in peace without anxiety, shame, fear or stress. God wants us to cast our cares on him because He cares about everything. Often we don't and we let our own desires or self get in the way of the things He is doing. I think this book is thought providing if you struggle to trust people, friends or if you have ever wondered how do you trust God? Especially with difficult and hard things. Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of Unshakeable Faith. A favorable review was not required. I give this book 5/5 stars. Overall, I think this book is a great booster shot on remembering who and why we trust.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    `Unshakeable Trust` is a Christian living book by author Joyce Meyer. I wanted to read this book because I want unshakeable trust in Jesus. I am familiar with Joyce Meyer since I have read several of her books and worked on some of her studies, so I have learned to trust her writings. I think the author was motivated to write this book because she has struggled with trust issues, too. I learned that while we are going through trials and tribulations if we will trust God and do good we can have `Unshakeable Trust` is a Christian living book by author Joyce Meyer. I wanted to read this book because I want unshakeable trust in Jesus. I am familiar with Joyce Meyer since I have read several of her books and worked on some of her studies, so I have learned to trust her writings. I think the author was motivated to write this book because she has struggled with trust issues, too. I learned that while we are going through trials and tribulations if we will trust God and do good we can have joy without being happy about our circumstances. I like the quote on page #89 that reads: `God sometimes waits to answer because we are asking the wrong question.` Also, the quote on page #179 reads: `We will have to trade our independence for dependence on Jesus if we ever want to have true success.` Unshakeable Trust is the type of book the reader will want to refer to again and again. Reading it is a great beginning, but most people won't develop that unshakeable trust overnight, it is a process. It takes much prayer and tuning into God's voice. I recommend this book to any reader wants more trust in God. Disclaimer: "I was provided a free copy of this book. All opinions are my own."

  19. 4 out of 5

    Gabi

    This book is about 22 chapters, and I always love to take Joyce’s books a day at a time to really think about what the application was saying. She talks about all the ways we forget to trust that God is in control. She mentions how we can gain more trust in God and be stronger in our walk with him. She goes into using great examples from her life and how God sometimes makes difficult times a necessity and that we just have to wait through the rough spots, waiting and listening for God to tell us This book is about 22 chapters, and I always love to take Joyce’s books a day at a time to really think about what the application was saying. She talks about all the ways we forget to trust that God is in control. She mentions how we can gain more trust in God and be stronger in our walk with him. She goes into using great examples from her life and how God sometimes makes difficult times a necessity and that we just have to wait through the rough spots, waiting and listening for God to tell us what to do next. We have to just learn to trust on a Higher Being and not just ourselves. That God has the plan and the road in front of us; we just need to follow him. This book is awesome. I’m about half way as I write this review and I just am enjoying the read. I can’t say more about the easy reading style that Joyce uses in her books. She really speaks to you. God has truly been a part of Joyce Meyer’s far-from-perfect life. God is working through her to reach so many individuals. I can’t close without mentioning that I got to received this book in exchange for my honest opinion. I was not required to leave a review, but I wanted to make sure everyone got an opportunity to know about Joyce Meyer’s great book!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mandi

    A perfect book for this time in our life. Most people I know are struggling with anxiety, worry, stress and it just boils down to trying to do it all ourselves. We have such issues trusting anyone. Including God. I know I do. This has been a perfect book/study for me right now. Knowing I don't have to do it all is fine. I just needed someone to remind me of that with scripture to back it up. That's what this book does. It's easier for me to let go and breath a little knowing God has it all in His h A perfect book for this time in our life. Most people I know are struggling with anxiety, worry, stress and it just boils down to trying to do it all ourselves. We have such issues trusting anyone. Including God. I know I do. This has been a perfect book/study for me right now. Knowing I don't have to do it all is fine. I just needed someone to remind me of that with scripture to back it up. That's what this book does. It's easier for me to let go and breath a little knowing God has it all in His hands. I need these scriptures and wisdom in my life to point to when I can feel the anxiety creeping back up my shoulders. I received a digital ARC from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Chuka

    I like this book a lot. It's real and practical, and I've read it at a time that it's so pertinent to me & I can relate with a lot of concepts in the book. The book gives one a lot to think about, & what I like most is how the message is written in such a way that it challenges one, and acts like a mirror for the reader. I had to drop the book several times to think about what God was saying to me through its pages, and indeed, I have a load of notes. Trust is a fundamental part of our relationsh I like this book a lot. It's real and practical, and I've read it at a time that it's so pertinent to me & I can relate with a lot of concepts in the book. The book gives one a lot to think about, & what I like most is how the message is written in such a way that it challenges one, and acts like a mirror for the reader. I had to drop the book several times to think about what God was saying to me through its pages, and indeed, I have a load of notes. Trust is a fundamental part of our relationship with God, and as we grow in it, our walk with him is easier. I definitely recommend this book for every believer, even if your trust levels are way over the moon. Lol! Thanks Tina for giving me this book as a sendforth gift.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Norato

    Joyce Meyer is an inspiration. I watch her teachings on television and was excited to read her new book. Speaking for myself, I need the reminder and encouragement she offers in trusting God and God alone. Joyce talks about dealing with hurt and disappointment, about having patience, and being kind to others while placing your hopes in God. She presents the message of trust in her straightforward, tell it like it is, and easy to grasp style. She answered many of the questions we all have and men Joyce Meyer is an inspiration. I watch her teachings on television and was excited to read her new book. Speaking for myself, I need the reminder and encouragement she offers in trusting God and God alone. Joyce talks about dealing with hurt and disappointment, about having patience, and being kind to others while placing your hopes in God. She presents the message of trust in her straightforward, tell it like it is, and easy to grasp style. She answered many of the questions we all have and mentors her readers in holding on to trust. I felt comforted while reading her words and a boost of confidence. A great read that I highly recommend.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sarah K.

    I picked up Unshakeable Trust by Joyce Meyer because my word of the year is TRUST for 2022. I wanted a Biblical foundation to the word to get the year started well. Bite-sized Ideas I found that Joyce Meyer presented biblical ideas around the difficulties we have in trust in a bite-sized way that is approachable for everyone, from babes in Christ to the mature. The book outlines reasons we struggle to trust God and addresses those. I appreciated two sections most, ‘Trust God and Do Good’ and ‘Trus I picked up Unshakeable Trust by Joyce Meyer because my word of the year is TRUST for 2022. I wanted a Biblical foundation to the word to get the year started well. Bite-sized Ideas I found that Joyce Meyer presented biblical ideas around the difficulties we have in trust in a bite-sized way that is approachable for everyone, from babes in Christ to the mature. The book outlines reasons we struggle to trust God and addresses those. I appreciated two sections most, ‘Trust God and Do Good’ and ‘Trusting God to Change People’. For more, read my review at https://www.inspiritencourage.com/min...

  24. 4 out of 5

    M4cGirl

    I was able to read Unshakeable Trust for free from Netgalley, the publisher and the author for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review (this review contains spoilers). I have watched Joyce Meyer on tv but have not read any of her books until this one. Very happy I was able to read this book, Joyce is able to show the readers her wisdom on how we all need to Trust God. The things I have learned from reading this book is that as we "learn to Trust God we learn to live without worr I was able to read Unshakeable Trust for free from Netgalley, the publisher and the author for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review (this review contains spoilers). I have watched Joyce Meyer on tv but have not read any of her books until this one. Very happy I was able to read this book, Joyce is able to show the readers her wisdom on how we all need to Trust God. The things I have learned from reading this book is that as we "learn to Trust God we learn to live without worry, anxiety, fear, reasoning or debilitating stress". We have to put our TRUST IN GOD.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Missy Ramaker

    Learning to trust. This book has many valuable lessons regarding trust. In this particular season of my life I am learning to commit all that concerns me to him. It isn’t an easy process and in fact it’s very difficult at times. Joyce helps point out positive prospectives. Her words are very insightful and have even helped me see that by trusting god for everything we cannot go wrong. Jesus is always good, faithful, he’s always working. He makes all things new if we surrender our heart completel Learning to trust. This book has many valuable lessons regarding trust. In this particular season of my life I am learning to commit all that concerns me to him. It isn’t an easy process and in fact it’s very difficult at times. Joyce helps point out positive prospectives. Her words are very insightful and have even helped me see that by trusting god for everything we cannot go wrong. Jesus is always good, faithful, he’s always working. He makes all things new if we surrender our heart completely to him and desire to be changed by him.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Isabella Abigail Ow

    Excellent book. Answers all of one's doubts and queries on the hindrances to trust. Joyce Meyers has so many life lessons and experiences, which she draws from and genuinely shares with readers. I think that every question about a hindrance to trust you might have, can be answered in this book. The overall narrative is one about committing all to Him and trusting that over time, choices and experience, we can grow in learning how to trust Him to meet every single one of our needs. It's a long bo Excellent book. Answers all of one's doubts and queries on the hindrances to trust. Joyce Meyers has so many life lessons and experiences, which she draws from and genuinely shares with readers. I think that every question about a hindrance to trust you might have, can be answered in this book. The overall narrative is one about committing all to Him and trusting that over time, choices and experience, we can grow in learning how to trust Him to meet every single one of our needs. It's a long book, but worth the patience to finish it! :)

  27. 5 out of 5

    Eden

    Trusting God is something we will need to work on for our entire life. Joyce Meyer's book Unshakeable Trust is a good starting point for people looking to learn how to trust. Joyce Meyer adds great examples from her personal life, scripture and practical advice as you learn to trust God. Overall, I thought the book was good. However, I found the repetitive. I finally found it getting interesting well into the second part of the book. Trusting God is something we will need to work on for our entire life. Joyce Meyer's book Unshakeable Trust is a good starting point for people looking to learn how to trust. Joyce Meyer adds great examples from her personal life, scripture and practical advice as you learn to trust God. Overall, I thought the book was good. However, I found the repetitive. I finally found it getting interesting well into the second part of the book.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ruslan Bugayenko

    I recommend this book for those who are at the crossroads of his life's path and God leaves you with no choice but to make a blind decision, since there is only uncertainty ahead of any choice. This book will help you look with hope on those uncertainties. In it, you will find practical advice on how to go through these difficult areas of your life with God, who will literally lead you by the hand, if you use the instructions from this book. God bless you🙏 I recommend this book for those who are at the crossroads of his life's path and God leaves you with no choice but to make a blind decision, since there is only uncertainty ahead of any choice. This book will help you look with hope on those uncertainties. In it, you will find practical advice on how to go through these difficult areas of your life with God, who will literally lead you by the hand, if you use the instructions from this book. God bless you🙏

  29. 5 out of 5

    Mario Alberto Martínez

    Based on the stories of her personal life and the main Bible verses, Joyce Meyer talks about learning to trust God even in the midst of the most difficult situations. She honestly answers some of the questions that most afflict us in the hard times of life. Highly recommended for those who are beginning to lose faith or who are going through situations that are meaningless and need to get back on the path of faith.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Katherine Henry

    Trusting God is arguably the most important aspect of being in relationship with Jesus. Joyce leads the reader through her personal experience in learning to trust God which starts with knowing his character! Overall, it felt a little repetitive but I really appreciated how she tackled the harder subjects like trusting God in the midst of suffering. God is good all the time, and all the time God is good!

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