Thursday, July 29, 2010

Book Review: Blind Hope by Kim Meeder and Laurie Sacher

Blind Hope, An Unwanted Dog and the Woman She Rescued by Kim Meeder and Laurie Sacher is a touching, true story of a mangy, abused blind dog who transformed a young woman's life and led her to understand God's love.  Through Mia's life, Laurie recognized how she had been like Mia in her relationship with God.  At first, Mia didn't want to listen to her master, and would struggle and run into many obstacles.  But with time, the relationship blossomed and Mia began to listen to and follow her master's voice.  Their love for each other became unconditional.  Laurie realized that she had to spend more time with God and develop her relationship with Him so she could fully trust him.  And she understood how much God loves her, even when she goes down the wrong path.

I had a rescue dog that really taught me a lot about life and God, so I loved this book!   I think dog lovers everywhere will appreciate it, as well, but I really recommend this book to anyone.  The messages in this book are powerful and will make you think about your relationship with your master.  It is a quick and easy read and is written by both Laurie, and her boss and friend. 

You can get this book at for just $10.07 with free super saver shipping on orders over $25.

Disclosure:  I was provide a copy of this book from Waterbrook Multnomah for review purposes.  This in no way influenced my opinions of this book

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