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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Messages From My Sister: God is Our Source and Supplier by Rita King throws light on the bonding between two sisters and the beautiful relationship they shared with each other. Rita King shares letters, poems, and Bible verses that shed light on the love shared in spite of living in different cities. Gydia Haynes passed away in 2005 and the letters written between 1999 and 2005 highlight the strong bond the sisters enjoyed and will motivate readers to appreciate their family more. The book gives strength, comfort, and encouragement to all siblings, especially those who have lost a sibling and find it difficult to cope with the loss.
The book is personal and it is a heartrending account of loss and hope. The author shares the Bible verses that gave her strength while dealing with the loss. The author’s faith in God and His power is tangible through the book. Sunshine, as Rita King called her sister, comes alive through the author’s words, letters, and poems. The messages are profound, insightful, uplifting, and thought provoking, and they help readers to look at the losses in their lives with a different perspective. Many readers will be able to connect with the emotional and intimate relationship shared between Rita King and her sister, Gydia ‘Sunshine’ Hayes. For all those who have sisters and are close to them, this book will definitely strike a chord within their hearts. The book is not only about family bonding, but also gives spiritual advice to readers on life, God, faith, and hope.