Book Review – What If Your Blessings Come Through Raindrops

I love Laura Story’s music, and one of my all time favorite songs is Blessings.  So of course when I was able to preview Laura’s devotional book based on her experiences, I was excited.

What If Your Blessings Come Through Raindrops is a great little devotional that will encourage and inspire you.  I so appreciated the way that Laura shared her insights, and especially how she navigated the difficult times with God’s ever present help.

While nothing is earth-shattering or new in the thoughts shared, it really touched my heart at this point in my life, and I so appreciated being reminded of the simple truth of God’s love and protection, even in times of trouble.

I think everyone will be able to find something special from reading What If Your Blessings Come Through Raindrops.

And, while we’re at it, let’s enjoy the song too:

I received this book for free from NetGalley and Worthy Publishing for this review. My opinions are my own.
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1 comment to Book Review – What If Your Blessings Come Through Raindrops

  • Tina

    The word “blessé” in French means “wounded” or “injured”. That’s not what we’d typically call a blessing. Many would even consider it tired, trite and even cruel to tell somebody facing a crisis that God’s going to work it together for good, or that He has a plan, His ways are not our ways, etc. Laura Story’s new 30 day devotional, What If Your Blessings Come Through Raindrops?, (which even mentions that in Chapter 19) is an inspiring look at these concepts. Based on the themes in her Grammy-winning song, “Blessings”, Laura offers encouragement to anybody who’s been facing storms that there seem to be no answers for. Having faced her own crisis recently (her husband Martin had a brain tumor), she’s no stranger to the questions we ask God in these times.

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