Yellow Balloons: Power for Living Life Above the Circumstances by Tim Dunn [REVIEW]

SYNOPSIS

The day began like any other, but during the afternoon of September 18, 2015, the tiny heart of 22 month old Moriah Constance Wimberley would stop beating – only to never start again. It would be out of this unimaginable anguish that a West Texas oil man and his family would never view life the same again. Yellow Balloons – Power for Living Life Above the Circumstances is both a memorial and testimony to Moriah’s young life and how each of us can be blessed and empowered to live life above the agonies, the drudgeries, and the successes of our “two-minute ride” here on earth.

Drawing from a tested, but unwavering faith in God and His revealed truth in Scripture, Tim shares a better way to view life and challenges the believer to embrace their inner superhero, realizing they have been called to fight an evil superpower that is often cloaked in the ordinary and where more often than not, they feel like the underdog rather than the superhero God has empowered them to be.

REVIEW

I had this book in my digital library for several months before I was ready to read it. You see, our family experienced a tragic loss in December 2020 and the circumstances are never far from my mind.

The beginning of each chapter includes a link to song from Yellow Balloons Album by David Dunn (and other recordings). Each song prepared my heart for the lesson ahead.

For our momentary, light affliction is producing for us an eternal weight of glory far beyond all comparison, – 2 Corinthians 4:17 NASB

To get your copy of this book &/or the accompanying devotional CLICK HERE.

There are also several YouVersion Yellow Balloon Reading Plans.


I received this book FREE from the author, publisher, distributor, or other source. My only obligation is to provide a fair and honest review.

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