How to wait well? Still waiting book review

How to wait well?

October 9, 2018

The season that I’m in feels very much like a waiting season, waiting for healing, trying to trust God to guide me, waiting for school to be over and more. I have a long list of books I want to read but this particular one hadn’t been added to it until I saw it on special at the Christian book shop. (Totally a God thing) Since I recognised some authors who endorsed the book it made me want to read it even more. I am so glad I have been able to read this book!

Name:Still Waiting

Author:Ann Swindell

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My Review:

Ann shares her struggle with tritch in a way that is so real and honest that makes it easy to connect with her. If you think you don’t qualify as being in a waiting season, Ann reminded me of the bigger picture- how we are all in a waiting season, waiting for God to come back. She takes you through many different aspects of the way waiting can effect you. I found the chapter on identity so helpful as it’s so easy to get caught up in letting our circumstances define us. Ann always points you back to Jesus through her personal journey. She also focuses on the story from the Bible of the bleeding women and it fascinated me as I had never thought of this story in a way that really connected with my own life. Her biblical encouragement really helped in me gain perspective and be encouraged me to keep fighting. Highly recommend!

More details about Ann and her book on her website

So if you are looking for help and encouragement to navigate waiting and how to really wait well, this book could be a great resource for you!

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2 Comments

  • Itunu

    Hello Hannah!
    This is my first time here and it’s really nice to meet another Christian Blogger on the internet. I could relate with the post title because I was recently in a waiting season and I am still in another waiting season of my life. I believe every area of our life demands a kind of waiting from God that can transform us within. If we are willing to stay in the refining process.

    And like you said, we are all waiting for the return of Jesus as well 🙂

    Thanks so much for sharing.

    December 27, 2019 at 2:22 am Reply
    • thedifferentgirl

      So glad you found my blog. Thank you for reading!

      December 27, 2019 at 10:57 am Reply

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