You should think this way.
You should think that way.
It seems like everyone around us wants to be able to tell us what we should be thinking. This type of pressure can come from well-meaning friends and loved ones, the media, popular music, television shows and movies.
But as Christians, what we believe, how we act, and what we think should be based on one authority – the Word of God.
Let that be your Final Authority and nothing else.
God loves us with a Perfect Love. We can trust Him to handle all of our cares. We no longer need to be a slave to fear – and anxiety is a form of fear. We also no longer need to be filled with guilt or shame either. Why? Because God loves us with a Love so Perfect that if we truly believe in Him and His Word, He will sustain us through the scariest of times.
Trust in what He has done for you on the Cross. Then rest in the fact that you have been made perfect in Love and no longer have any reason to fear.
Based on a true story, Dan Walsh’s award-winning novel, The Deepest Waters was inspired by true events that happened in September 1857.
The story is centered around three people. John and Laura Foster, and Micah, a slave aboard the rescue ship, the Cutlass.
The Foster’s are newlyweds who decide to set sail for a surprise visit to John’s family in New York. However, a violent change in the weather changes everything. John and Laura are heartbreakingly separated when a much smaller ship arrives with only enough room to rescue the women and children.
Micah is a slave aboard that ship, and he and Mrs. Foster form a friendship that changes both of their lives forever.
My Goodreads rating for this novel is five stars and my Candle and Bread rating for this book is also five stars. Dan Walsh weaved the goodness of God, the Light of the Christian faith, and storytelling seamlessly throughout this novel while also leaving the reader with plenty of spiritual nourishment to chew on long after the last page is turned.