I Am His
Written by: Rita J. Platt
Published by: NavPress
My little nephew just turned one, and he has recently started saying a few words and, perhaps, actually knowing what they mean. “Dada” is one of those words… he loves his daddy and a lot of the time he doesn’t just say “dada”, he says “dada, ha ha”, as if bragging about how funny his daddy is. Whenever my nephew sees his daddy a big smile crosses his face. When Rita Platt mentions how “Abba” has a similar meaning to “daddy” I started thinking that perhaps it even has a similar meaning to “dada”, perhaps if we think of God as our “dada” we will find comfort in Him and we will feel we are truly His. I Am His is about finding that child to “dada” relationship, and knowing that we are God’s.
Who the book is for:
Women who need to feel their Heavenly Father’s love.
What I liked:
This book showed me how God is truly my father, and how he loves me and cares for me.
This book helps those of us who never had a special relationship with our earthly fathers to still enjoy a good father/daughter relationship with our Heavenly father.
This book uses some true stories of women to prove points and keep us interested.
What I didn’t like:
The chapters are really long.
Parts of the book are really boring.
This is an okay book. It might make a good study for those who actually use it as one, I simply read it as a book.
I give I Am His 3 out of 5 stars.
I received this book free to review from NavPress. The opinions expressed in this review are my true thoughts and feeling regarding this book. I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.