Saturday, June 25, 2011

Making the Best of a Bad Decision

The title of this book caught my attention. When you think about it, who hasn't made a bad decision in their lifetime? I am notorious for over thinking decisions I make. Some may argue that this is good, however, it can be quite exhausting and made more of an emotional experience than needed.

Erwin W. Lutzer writes in a very straightforward manner. He presents several areas in life that bad decisions can be made. It was quite interesting to see how he helps the reader to see that Christ can make the best of our bad decisions. It doesn't mean a life ruined forever. Some decisions can lead to a lifetime of heartache, but it doesn't mean that Jesus gives up on us.

I loved the statement he made "the most disastrous decision you can make is to neglect what Jesus offers us: eternal life both now and forever." How very true!

I highly recommend this book to anyone! Not just those who have made bad decisions, but each and every one of us.

I received this book complimentary from Tyndale House Publishers and have been in no way paid for this review.

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