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Reviewed by Asher Syed for Readers' Favorite
His Way: Trust in the Father by Thomas P Wise is a Christian non-fiction book that outlines The Four Sorrows of The Bible That Lead Back to God. The sorrows that Wise addresses are: Life in a fallen world, pain due to our sin, God’s pruning, and the hate of the world. Broken down by chapter, the author walks the reader through a deeply thorough study of each sorrow, providing scriptural evidence and a host of supplementary testimony for additional sources. Wise is able to simplify complex findings and present a wholly informative and intelligent illustration that cohesively blends, in equal parts, both a philosophical and academic case for those who are open and willing to learn and grow in their faith.
Thomas P Wise has done an admiral job in the research, analysis, and the overall writing of His Way: Trust in the Father. At first glance, the book's compact size is almost deceptive with regard to the amount of information covered. This isn't a light read and, frankly, not all of the material is easy to digest on the initial pass—particularly when Wise imparts personal stories. I had to set the book aside after reading about the loss of a prematurely born daughter. The emotion described transcends the page and I found myself getting choked up. How does one find a way back to God when such a loss has occurred? Wise does the improbable and is able to convince that it is not only possible, but can be done with all of the grace, love, and hope that God provides even in the darkest moments of our lives. Highly recommended.