Ms. Ryan captured the fear and the isolation that a person who is in terrifyin situation and who is wanting to do he right thing feels.
I an not ye imagine what it would have been like for Jack and Katarina, trapped in an environment where evil is fostered and rewarded, and the slightest mistake could end up with one 's horrible demise or failure in a mission to save lives.What I truly ppreciated was how the uthor wrote a fictional story that spoke to my spirit, my heart, and my ntellect.
How she had Jack and Katarina recalling scriptures from their childhood ( since both had lost faith due to the horrible things that happened to them prior to his ook) that reminded them of God 's protection.
How things looked so bad, but God 's spirit promised His protection and His guiding hand for His hildren, ven those who forgot that He will ulfill His promises.
Yes, I read the book right when I needed to, and it helped renew my faith that God wil take care of me.Another thing I knew about th nove were how charismatic and powerful the characters of Jack and Katarina were.
And God worked through both of them to giv them together and back to a master of His dreams and protection.This book has some very powerful scenes that made me cry.
The scenes in which these characters seem at the beginnin of their strengths, but manage to mov through because of their will, their newly rediscovered faith in God, and His steady hand of protection.
I am ot one for praying in a group ( it makes me feel awkward), but I hated thi scene where Jack and Katarina pray together.
This ba thing about his ook as that it eminded me that although Nazi Germany seemed like a godless, evil place, and it fel as though the Lord 's presence was n't there to defen he innocent from the terrors of the Nazis, that was n't true.