Stranded in Paradise by: Lori Copeland

When everything goes wrong in your life, what do you do? Do you pray? Do you just complain and continue on?
In “Stranded in Paradise”, Tess loses her job, sprains her ankle – not once, but twice, loses her contact lens, has to abandon her hotel and all her belongings, is caught up in the middle of a hurricane, has a rather emotionless mother, and then sprains the other ankle.

Why do we blame God for everything wrong in our lives; yet, we never thank Him for the good? Why is that?

Tess never understood God or what it meant to be a Christian. She never understood about faith. Once she met Carter McConnell, she began asking questions. She could see and hear how he felt about God. You have to have the faith of a child. It’s not all a bed of roses, but God is always there with you.

If this was you, what would you do?

Publisher: Thomas Nelson; Published: September 16, 2002; Format: Paperback; Source: Local Library

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