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Best-selling author Paul David Tripp invites you into his personal reflections on his experience of God’s ever-present grace through the ups and downs of his life. He shares his celebrations, disappointments, cries for help, confessions, and confusions in the form of 121 meditations that were written over many years through various joys and struggles.

Vulnerable yet pastoral and wise, these meditations in the form of verse showcase how God’s amazing grace intersects with the mundane, unexpected, messy, and beautiful moments of everyday life.

©2019 Paul David Tripp (P)2019 Paul Tripp Ministries, Inc.

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Paul David Tripp is a wonderful poet. But the audio reading of this book attempts to follow the formatting of the poems by stressing single words that would normally be one line on a poem. It just ends up being a clunky distracting experience. I will definitely purchase the print version. Maybe the audio would sound good if it was paired with the words on a YouTube lyric video, where the words appear at the same time the narrator stresses that particular word. But when I am listening to it as I am on a walk or raking leaves, it just sounds weird the way he is reading it because of his desire to stress the words that are written on a single line in trips poems. I just couldn't get over it. So I had to get a refund. This review is in no way against trips poetry skills. I personally think that this is a very hard task for any narrator to translate into an audio experience.