Posted by: irenesroth | July 16, 2016

A moving and honest story about redemption and peace through God’s grace

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By D.V. Nelson

This is a wonderfully inspiring true story about a single Dad who goes through so much in life and finally gets his life back and is able to enjoy it and finally find.

Nelson’s story is moving and will resonate with a lot of single dads. It is story that will move you to live your best life, but to also realize that you can’t live a peaceful and happy life without the help of God. God really has a master plan for all of us. All we have to do is accept God’s plan for us.

Nelson was not without his trials in life: his job as a Texas Highway Patrolman was difficult because he worked long hours under difficult conditions, had kids to raise and take care of, and tried to do his best. But despite his valiant efforts to do this best, he felt in his heart that there was something missing in his life, especially as he hit some of the hardest spots in his life. He had no idea what his future would be like.

But then something really amazing happened. Nelson turned to God with all of his worries and to put them into his hands. After Nelson did that, he was able to accept and deal with whatever came his way. He finally was able to see that with God beside him, he could handle anything that came his way.

What a wonderful and heart-warming story. I just love happy endings especially when an individual goes through so much! Thank you for such an honest and open book. Readers, and especially single Dads, will be transformed by it.

Rating: 5 stars

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth

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