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Book Review: Let Go Let God Live Free Author: Amanda Skosana

This book was penned to give hope to those in distress.

God’s light always shines in the midst of the pain.

Let go and lay down all your pain in His hands.

Let God fill you up to live free in His grace.

Reviewed by:

Sarah Judge

Tell us a bit about yourself:

I am 27 years old and married to a wonderful man! I am interested in all things arts related, music, visual art, dance and drama. I work as a printmaker and love collaborating with other artists. I got saved when I was younger and I'm apart of Venture Church in Fairland.

Name of Book:

Let Go Let God Live Free


Amanda Skosana

What drew you to read this book?:

At the time that I was given this book, there were lots of decisions that had to be made about a mission trip we were meant to go on. After much prayer we felt that God said yes, however in the end we were not able to go and I had to let go. I had to let God be God as He is bigger than our circumstances and I had to live free and not let the outcome hinder my walk with the Lord.

What impact did this book have on your life?:

This book was a great reminder that God is the creator of this world and He made us for a specific reason. It was a great reminder that God will never force himself on us, but we need to lay ourselves, our struggles and strife down if we want to walk in the freedom and the fullness that He has for us. It was also a great reminder that the strife we go through can only make us stronger and be a testimony for someone else. We are fearfully and wonderfully made.

In a paragraph, what is the main point of this book?:

The point of this book is to allow the reader to see joy, life, light and grace in times of our lives that seem despair and there is nothing left to give. It gives insight on how our words, actions and thoughts can lead us to a life of comparison and anxiety or a life of freedom. This book shows that when you let go and lay your struggles, life down, you live a life looking over all strife and not bogged down in the the thick of it.

Who would benefit from reading this book?:

If you are struggling with depression, lack of hope, comparison or anxiety, this book is for you. If you're struggling to Let God be God and love you, if you're struggling to pray or see the light in your life and live in the promises and purpose that God has for your life then this book is for you. Anyone, of all ages would benefit from reading this book.

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