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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
God is real and he has a plan for everyone in their lives. Pencils in the Hand of God: Two Heavenly Adoption Stories by Miguel A. Aguiló is a beautiful book of two adoptions that will reiterate the faith of readers in the power and love of God and his blessings. These heartwarming stories will make readers aware of the heavenly connections around them, open their ears to the messages God has for them, and open their hearts to receive God's unconditional love for them. The book reveals how everyone and everything is supernaturally connected and it will enable readers to have faith in God and believe in him so that they can lead a fulfilling life connected by events, places, people, and by God.
The two adoptions are about love, faith, belief, and miracles. It is not only a book for those looking to adopt children but also for all those readers who keep questioning their faith and God. The book is about the journey of a young couple and their adoption story. The author also looks at the adoption process from different angles and gives them an idea of how it works. The stories will also help many readers to accept the existence of a higher power and trust in him to guide their earthly lives. It is also a book for all those who have difficulties trying to understand God and believe in him. The manner in which the author knits spirituality into the adoption stories is excellent and he does it seamlessly, without making it sound forced or preachy. This book is comforting and will encourage readers to find their connection with God.