You may be familiar with Don Moen’s song, God Will Make a Way, from the ’90s. This was one of my favorite songs back then so when I saw the book as a selection for review, I was very interested to read. Some of the lyrics of the song are, “He works in ways we cannot see.” “He will make a way for me.” “He will be my guide.” “Hold me close to his side.” He wrote the song for those who are hurting. And though it has sold millions, it has touched lives worldwide, offering hope and healing to the hurting.
As I read the book, I was repeatedly reminded, through the testimonies Don shared, that God will make a way. It may not always be as we’d like, but He does work in ways we cannot see. The story behind this award-winning song is one of tragedy and heartache. As Don was traveling to be with his family, and as he prayed for them, the song was born.
The subtitle is, “Discovering His Hope in Your Story” and the reader will be encouraged with the Hope of Christ.
God Will Make a Way is not just a memoir but a very inspiring Christian Living book. Each chapter tells how God will make a way through a different circumstance. I especially loved Chapter 4, Through Our Trials and Chapter 9, Through Life’s Interruptions. And of course, the last chapter, Through His Hope.
“As deserving as God is of our worship and as much as He delights in our praises, He did not design this practice for His benefit. Worship is for our sake because worship is the atmosphere that welcomes His presence and gives place to His mighty works.” ~ Don Moen
Praise Principle #1 When I choose to worship God, His presence is welcomed and I am blessed.
Praise Principle #4 I choose to bless God rather than curse my circumstances.
There are 10 Praise Principles at the end of the book.
He will make a way, but will we see it?
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