Dr. Warren, a practicing a brain surgeon and an Iraq War veteran struggles with his faith when things don’t go as planned. Where God is when faced with patients who have brain cancer. We know that God is a mighty healer, but what happens when those who are faced with health trials are not healed. Why are others at peace, but some lose faith? One might wonder where God is when the diagnose comes in and it is not good.
Whether one is facing an illness, an injury, bankruptcy, divorce or tribulations, what you’re about to face will provide a greater opportunity for gain or loss than anything else you will experience in your lifetime.
The book was more than a memoir, it was about how one balances faith and the reality of a fatal disease. In the struggle between faith and doubt, the things we think we know often cause the most trouble.
A tough subject to discuss, life and death, for those who have a relationship with Jesus still struggle, but at the end of the day we know He is always with us and will never forsake us.
I received a copy of “I’ve Seen the End of You” from the publisher, Waterbrook & Multnomah in exchange for my honest opinion.