Posted by: irenesroth | September 9, 2010


       Living With Confidence in a Chaotic World:
       What On Earth Should We do Now?
       Reviewed by Irene S. Roth
       Jeremiah’s work is definitely a book for our current unstable
       and chaotic times. When everything seems to wrong
       around the world and our own back yards, it’s nice to know
       that we could pick up an uplifting book such as this one, sit 
       back with a cup of tea, and feel better about the world and 
       our place in it.
       Jeremiah’s book is about confidence. He examines how can we
       possibly have confidence when there is so much violence,
       uncertainty, and chaos in our world. Well, Jesus also lived in a
       chaotic world not unlike ours. And yet he prospered and set
       examples that we are still following today as believers.
       Jeremiah’s book shows the reader how we can all live with
       confidence. All we have to do is to believe in the love and power
       of God. When we live our lives with God, we will be able to
       remain calm, stay consistent, committed, constructive,
       compassionate, and confident.
       I found Jeremiah’s book to be very inspiring and uplifting. I
       will buy the book for many of my discontent friends and family
       members for Christmas. They all seem to be struggling in one way
       or another. This book is truly a gem for our times.
       I received this book from Thomas Nelson’s through, book reviewers
       program. The views in this book review are my own. I am
       disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s
       16CFR, Part 255.


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