Thursday, June 6, 2013

Grumble Hallelujah {Review}



Grumble, grumble, grumble... do you find that you grumble about your life many days?  Do you often find you blame others for the issues you have?  Do you even find yourself blaming God?  Or how about asking him "why me, Lord?"

Welcome to the principles behind Grumble Hallelujah!  Grumble Hallelujah teaches you how NOT to grumble, place blame or even turn against the things you "think" are causing your problems in your life.  Grumble Hallelujah teaches you how to LOVE YOUR LIFE even as it's letting you down.

This is the story of Caryn Dahlstrand Rivadeneira.  Caryn tells us how she went from crying on the floor of her kitchen to praising God through all of her storms.  Her life was disappointing and far from the original dreams she once had.  So far that she couldn't even imagine praising the Lord in the midst of all this trouble.

It was during one of her troubled moments that Caryn came to realize that all her grumbling was getting her no where.  The only way to change her life was to seek the good and praise all that was, regardless of the circumstance.  By praising God's glory, even in times of trial, Caryn was able to overcome her depression and build a stronger faith than she'd every experienced before.

Grumble Hallelujah humorously helps readers find their own praise for things in their life by sharing Caryn's heart-filled trials and triumphs, showing there is a better way to live.  Grumble Hallelujah will help you clearly see that everything, even the bad, has God's hand in it and He truly has a reason for it all.  Live life for Him and you will never need to grumble again.

Grumble Hallelujah is available for purchase for $14.99 in paperback or $9.99 for Kindle.  

Disclosure: This book was provided to me free for review by Tyndale House Publishers.  No money was exchanged in the process of this review.  I am including this disclaimer in accordance to FTC regulations.

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