Book Review: “151 Things God Can’t Do” By Maisie SparksNovember 10, 2015 at 9:44 pm | Posted in Books | Leave a comment
Tags: Book Review, Non-Fiction
From the back cover: Think God can do anything? Think again.
In this creative and uplifting book, discover God’s nature and His incredible love for YOU. You will be encouraged to know that God can’t deceive you, God can’t be wrong, God can’t allow evil to go unpunished, God can’t leave you unfulfilled, God’s love can’t quit, and so much more.
With scripture to back up each statement, you will find relief and joy in the things God can’t do.
In “151 Things God Can’t Do”, Maisie Sparks lists things God cannot do because of who He is. God is all-knowing, all-powerful, and limitless, but despite these characteristics, God is still incapable of many things: things that are against His very nature. Within these pages are the positive re-enforcement we need to renew our mind about the wonderful things God cannot do like, “He cannot lie” Hebrews 6:18. Ms. Sparks has this set out in a manner similar to a devotional. Each page is one aspect of what God cannot do and can be used as the devotional for that day. It won’t take you long to read this whole book through. This is a great book. You might want to hold it in a special place on your shelf as you might be referring to it again to refresh yourself with these truths. This is also a great book to give as gifts to family and friends. They will think of you every time they put it to use. I recommend it highly.
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