Against all odds

“Life Lesson 47: You may not know what tomorrow holds, but you know who holds tomorrow — God.”

          ~ Tobe Momah

Healing LivesTobe Momah, author of eight books including his newest book, Healing lives – True stories of Encouragement and Achievement in the Midst of Sickness, is also a physician and preacher in Louisiana.

Momah’s book, Healing Lives contains 100 unique stories grouped into the following categories:

– Part l – Personal
– Part ll – Places and Persons
– Part lll – Patients
– Part IV – Personnel
– Part V – Pastors
– Part VI – Parishioners

Each personal story opens with scripture and ends with a Life Lesson and quote. There are 100 stories with 100 Life Lessons.

I found the Life Lessons most meaningful and the meatiest part of this book.

Most of Momah’s stories are very short, simple perspectives of healing, although void of facts from witnesses or testimonies other than his own and the individual patient, personnel, pastor or parishioner, etc.

Why did Momah write this book? He says, “God emphasized that I should publish eyewitness accounts of healings I personally witnessed or verified;” and, based on his criterion, were considered miracles.

I found the book slow and predictable in the beginning. Once I reached Part IV – Personnel, the stories became a bit more spiritually exciting.

Who’s to say whether Momah’s healing beliefs are true, against all odds with help from God?

FTC Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received the book from Harper Collins Christian Publication BookLook Bloggers for review purposes. Moment to Moment, Inc. is a professional review site that receives commission from the companies whose products we review only if the product is purchased. We review each product thoroughly and give high marks to only the very best. We are independently owned and the opinions expressed here are our own.

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