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One night can change everything. Abby Banks put her healthy, happy infant son to sleep, but when she awoke the next morning, she felt as though she was living a nightmare. Her son, Wyatt, was paralyzed. There was no fall, no accident, no warning. A rare autoimmune disease attacked his spinal cord, and there was no cure. In an instant, all her hopes and dreams for him were wiped away. The life she envisioned for her family was gone, and she was frozen by the fear of a future she never imagined.
As she struggled to come to grips with her son's devastating diagnosis and difficult rehabilitation, she found true hope in making a simple choice, a choice to love anyway--to love her son, the life she didn't plan, and the God of hope, who is faithful even when the healing doesn't come. In Love Him Anyway, Abby shares her family's journey from heartbreak to triumph and reminds us that hope and joy can be found in life's hardest places.
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Ambassador International
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Barb5 Stars Out Of 5One of the bestJanuary 1, 2018BarbQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is truly one of the best non-fiction books I have ever read. Their story is heartbreaking but encouraging. The way she words things grips the heart of anyone who has ever suffered in any way. She doesnt use shallow cliches, but paints such a clear word picture of their experience and the ways God revealed himself through it all.
DMSELFAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Unexpected blessingFebruary 14, 2017DMSELFAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Abby Banks wrote a book of raw honesty and a look into the life of a Christian parent. We all struggle with feelings of selfishness and unselfishness, that duel between anger and love, and the ping-pong effect between bitterness and praise.
Love Him Anyway is such a heart-touching soul-wrenching testimony that leaves the reader breathless and needing to set the book aside in order to ponder those words written.
Many passages spoke to me, but most of all, this passage says it all:
"I serve a God who has the power to part seas and bring the dead to life."
How powerful is that statement? Through all our hardships, our boomeranging emotions, and even through our praises, God is there for us and never leaves us. We are that special to Him.
In Love Him Anyway, this is made more evident. And the title has its own impact. Yes, they love Wyatt anyway, and they also love God anyway, too.
I encourage everyone to take a chance and read Abby Banks' Love Him Anyway. It's a true gift to every reader.