Posted by: irenesroth | October 25, 2011

Book Review for Tyndale Book Publishers

{W}hole
Lisa Whittle

All of us have holes in our lives. Holes are usually things that we don’t like about ourselves or our life. They may be bad things that occurred to us through no fault of our own. Sometimes, we allow these holes or inadequacies to define us. These are usually things that hold us back from living a holy and Godly life.

Instead of arguing for the negative aspects of the holes in our lives, Lisa believes that these holes could be seen as something that makes us whole. Through our holes we can learn so much about ourselves. And ultimately we could use these holes to grow and become better than we were before.

{W}hole is an honest and true story about all the holes in Lisa’s life. When an event shook her life to the core, the holes in her spiritual life came to the fore. The lessons that she learned because of her difficulties and holes created new discoveries about herself that she would have never become aware of if she hadn’t gone through her painful experiences.

We don’t have to be limited by anything. Waking up from a difficult experience is not easy. Choosing the thing that makes our soul well does not exempt us from the heart breaks of life either. However, by trying to fill our holes, we can make ourselves whole again.

We can all embark on this path of self-discovery and self-understanding. All we need is courage and rugged honesty. Our whole story can transform our brokenness and our holes one step at a time. I recommend this book to anyone who is struggling to be whole again after a difficult experience.

I received this book compliments of Tyndale Publishers Ltd.

Reviewed by Irene S. Roth

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