When God Intervenes by Dabney Hedegard

The story of Hedegard’s journey through cancer, childbearing, heart failure, pulmonary embolisms, and more is an amazing tale of God’s faithfulness through trials.

 

I loved this book!  It almost seemed like it couldn’t be true with Hedegard’s health problems one after the other, all in the midst of having children and trying to raise them.  What impressed me the most is the way the Hedegard’s marital relationship was strengthened and their faith drew them closer together.  I loved reading about how time after time their prayers were answered and their church family drew close to them to support them through their difficult times.  This book demonstrates how belief in God doesn’t guarantee freedom from trials, illnesses, or difficulties, it only guarantees that we won’t go through them alone.

 

This would be a great book for anyone struggling with a terminal illness or knows someone struggling with health problems.  It would also make a great gift to give when visiting someone in the hospital.  I highly recommend this book!  What an inspiring story!

This book is available as a free ebook until September 14, 2013 at Barnes & Noble and on Amazon.  Don’t miss out on your opportunity to own this book for free!

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One Response to When God Intervenes by Dabney Hedegard

  1. courtney says:

    It sounds incredibly uplifting- thanks for the review

    Like

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