Review: The Soul Saver by Dineen Miller

About the Book:

When Trusting God Is the Only Way Out

On an average day, God started her missions in her sculpting studio, revealing the face of the person she would meet at the grocery store, bank, or playground. The goal was always the same. Reach the lost, bring someone back to God, restore hope. But then came the tough missions—the ones that sent Lexie Baltimore into real battle. And she had a few battle scars to show for it.

Tormented that she can’t reach the one person she loves the most—staunch atheist and husband Hugh—Lexie finds her own hope waning when the battle comes to her doorstep in the shape of a pastor who represents everything she wants and everything her husband is not—a godly man.

Then false accusations and rumors spin her husband and family into a precarious position, and the only way out is to trust God. But how can she convince her husband when she’s struggling to trust God herself?

This time Lexie is the mission.

My thoughts:

I have to admit that I thought this book sounded a little on the strange side and I’m not even sure what made me order it in my reviewing list, to be honest! HOWEVER, it is DEFINITELY worth reading. Not only is Dineen a fantastic writer who keeps you fully engaged from start to finish but this book gives such a clear, tangible picture of the spiritual battle raging over people’s souls. It demonstrates the power of lies to keep a person in bondage but also the power of God over that bondage, no matter how impossible the situation looks or feels. There is so much I could say but I can’t find the words…or avoid spoiling the story! This book is also written as an encouragement for those in a spiritually mismatched marriage. Really, it’s different from anything I’ve ever read and I’m hoping that the author won’t stop here!

If you would like to find out more, you can go here.

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