Thursday, November 6, 2014

Too Loved to be Lost Book Review

Today, I want to share with you a recent book I was given the chance to read and review. As a member of the Litfuse Group, I'm given books at no cost to me for my honest review and opinion. My most recent read was Debora M. Coty‘s new book, Too Loved to Be Lost: Discovering God’s Intentional, Unconditional, Without-Limits Love.



In Too Loved to Be Lost, you’ll find simple, practical steps for healing, refreshment, and revitalization of spirit, body, and faith. Whether you’re struggling with issues related to trust, depression, patience, relationships, hurts, or hopes. . .this humor-filled volume will deliver a much-needed smile and equip you with simple-to-implement tips for attaining the kind of guidance and belonging you crave—the kind that can only be found in the unconditional love of Papa God. Debora M. Coty is a popular speaker, columnist, lifelong Bible student, internationally published freelance writer, and award-winning author of numerous books, including “Too Blessed to Be Stressed,” and “More Beauty, Less Beast.” She’s also an orthopedic occupational therapist, writing instructor, and tennis addict. Mother of two grown children, Debora lives and loves in central Florida with her husband, Chuck, and desperately wicked pooch, Fenway.
Coty shares her life experiences, allowing the reader to relate to the situation or prepare for them later in life. Each chapter ends with a handful of questions that really got me thinking. Walking away from this book, I was certain that God gives your GRACE in all things. Deborah wants you to love the Lord the way she does and after reading Too Loved to Be Lost, I can say that my heart and mind have been opened a bit to what the Lord has in store for me. Each and every one of us has had or will have trials and periods of our lives that are turbulent but through this book, I'm again reminded that God loves me and will carry me through the less desirable parts of life. Papa God’s love is never too lost or never too late. He is always right on time. What a wonderful book of encouragement Too Love to Be Lost is.

Too Loved to be Lost Debora Coty

When you aren't feeling it, when life gets rough, what do you do to pull yourself from the funk? Often times, I find myself worrying over things that don't matter or that will work their way out regardless of the anxiety I'm feeling. I tend to use blogging or reading to help settle me, to take some of the stress away. Running and working out helps tons, too. What do you do to help feel comfortable again? To love yourself a little more?

8 comments:

  1. I tend to write, work out, or bury myself in work when I'm feeling down, and when I'm feeling up for company again, I like spending time with good friends, or my family! :]

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  2. This is crazy! I have read this book! I found it at the airport last month and read it!

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  3. That sounds like a great book. I may need to read it.

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  4. I like that each chapter ends with some questions to think over. Also, you're so lucky to get to read so many great books! I bet you get your hands on several that you never would have thought to read otherwise! :)

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  5. This sounds like a book I'd have to read. I have anxiety so worrying comes instantly for me but as soon as I start to feel that way I drop everything close my eyes and just focus on God. Great review!

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  6. Sounds like a good read, I'll have to see if my library has it! Thanks for sharing your thoughts! #BlogLove

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  7. This sounds like a great book! It is always so refreshing to read a Christian based book. I will definitely look into this one. :)

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  8. I am hoping to get a bike for Christmas so that I can start bike riding with my kids as exercise! Right now I take a hot bubble bath and read or listen to music to relax. I worry a lot too, mostly over trivial stuff.

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