Friday, June 16, 2017

Book Review-The Lies We Believe by TK Chapin


The Lies We Believe 
By: T.K. Chapin


Disclaimer:  I received this Book from the author, T.K. Chapin for free to read and review. I was not required to give a favorable review only an honest review, nor was I compensated for my review.  All thoughts and comments in this review are my own.

About the book:
Twenty-two year old Emily, Ron Fields only daughter, stops to visit him one day to tell him she is going to Lighthouse.  Thinking it was a church Ron was very happy to hear that his daughter had returned to her faith, until she explained to him that it was not a Christian church but a new-age thing.  Ron decided to keep his feelings to himself.  Although he was devastated he didn’t want to risk losing his daughter again, because she had run away once before, because of church. 

In this instance not speaking the truth against the new age cult will change his life forever and possibly destroy his daughter….

Wow! This suspense-filled book will keep you turning the pages as the events unfold, that will keep you on the edge of your seat.  In this book Mr. Chapin shows us how seemingly “simple little lies” can cause harm to those we love and cherish. As a parent, my desire and constant prayer was that my children would grow up loving and serving the Lord.  When that happened I was so thankful, but realized after my first grandchild was born that I was not done with my prayers concerning my family…it was only the beginning.  He also shows us how a simple lie can turn a family into an overnight, nightmare… How easy it is for just one small deviation from the true word of God to turn your orderly world into doubt and confusion.  As he weaves this remarkable story, you will find comfort in knowing his characters face daily issues we all might face from time to time and that as Christians we don’t always listen to God’s heeding or seek His advice first, but through it all, there is love, redemption and second chances given to all of us who are willing to accept God. 

If you are a fan of Christian fiction, then this is a great book to read, however; if you love Christian fiction filled with suspense, murder and romance all mixed in with God’s love, then it is a must-read book. 

Thank you again Mr. Chapin for another “must-read” book.  Once again it has given me pause for thought in my Christian walk and has given me the desire to walk even more closely with God.  

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