The Sunday Book Review: Emelia Mosina on The Lighthouse of Asaph
Posted by Lisa Lickel on August 12, 2012
The Lighthouse of Asaph: Unforgettable Christian Reflections
By Roberto Ornan Roche
$2.99 Kindle Edition
Copyright © 2008 Roberto Ornan Roche
Reviewed by Emelia Mosima
Life is meant to be shared and it always pleases me when a person decides to share not only their strength, success and victories but also their weaknesses, failures and losses. This is exactly what Roberto Ornan Roche did in his book, The Lighthouse of Asaph: Unforgettable Christian Reflections. I relate with this writings because I have also experienced failures and success in my Christian journey.
The Lighthouse of Asaph is a compilation of short stories creatively and beautifully written. It offers true and practical reflections of the Christian life and the Christian community. Every page contains relevant insights for the walk of the redeemed. The greatness and love of God are portrayed in a practical and sometimes amusing way. There is no doubt that you will feel loved and wanted by God after reading this book. As you dive further into the book you will be inspired and propelled to move forward with the journey of life despite the discomforts of the road.
If you enjoy reading inspirational short stories this book is for you. You can also buy this book as a gift for someone who feels like their lives are not making any advancement and needs some uplifting. If you have a friend or you know someone you want to remind that God cares about them and sees their struggles, get them this book.
I would give this book a reflection rating of 5.
Emelia Mosima is a devoted Christian who leads the ladies ministry of the non-governmental and non-denominational organisation – Holy Servants Ministry in South Africa. She holds a university degree in Communication Science and is the author of Wait (coming soon).
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