Have you ever wondered what your purpose was in this world? Have you wondered if your life was a coincidence or something more? Many people find themselves, at one point or another, wondering about the meaning of this life and why we co-exist, but have you ever stopped to look at your own life? In this book, Coincidence or God? you will hear about a story of a young man who was lured in by the darkness. He became addicted to meth for six years and almost lost his life. One night changed everything. Coincidence or God? is a life-changing, heaven-sent, transforming testimony that will help you understand the meaning of your own life. It will change everything about the way you think and live. All you have to do is be open to the idea that this life is far greater than what can be seen with the naked eye. There is a world so beautiful that even your own eyes can't view it. There is a place where everyone knows your name. After all, we are not in this world alone, but we are surrounded by a Creator who wants to know you more. His desire is to be known and to love you.
There are many testimonies in this book that will give you a personal view into the world of addiction. It will show you how the young man barely survived a bomb threat, witnessed the evil domain in this world, lost touch with reality, and was present at ground zero during the May 22, 2011, EF5 tornado which ripped through the heart of Joplin, Missouri. This is a story that cannot be forgotten. It is a place most Christians have never known, let alone lived. It is a story that will stay with you for years. This story is a living testimony to help you understand this life is meant for so much more and is by no means a coincidence.
©2015 Aaron Garcia (P)2015 Revival Waves of Glory Books & Publishing
I hate to give this three stars, because I can tell that this work meant a lot to the author, but I think it is a fair rating. Aaron Garcia's is a story of redemption and salvation. While I don't necessarily consider this to be the most "moving" story, in terms of writing style, emotional appeal, and spiritual depth, the story does have merit, if for nothing else, purely on the basis that here is a young man's life that was drastically changed. The fact that Garcia has turned from living to feed his addiction to helping others caught in the web is a story of grace is an added bonus. God is the God of hope, grace and redemption! Although there are more powerfully written books on the subject, I would still recommend it to any drug addict who is willing to read and wanting to change, perhaps if they are incarcerated.
It's not preachy, nor does it have a very strong religious appeal. My only problem, as I said, is that it is not the best written story, and fails to connect with the reader. Run, Baby, Run, and The Cross and the Switchblade, are far more compelling. It might have helped if it was a professional narrator.
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A good listen makes for an amazing day!
Finding hope in the most difficult of situations through GOD
Yes, but I wanted to savor it and the underlying message through many sittings.
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This is a story of no matter how low you may think you are, God can restore you!
Steady, even toned, but reads in a choppy type cadence.
No extreme reactions.
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