Cherished by Kim Cash Tate is a delightfully insightful read from start to finish. Filled with lessons on everything from frailty to faith, it promises nothing and yet delivers so much.
Bruised and raw after losing sight of God, both women seemingly search for forgiveness, redemption, restoration and direction in their lives. Not only do their paths cross in an “only God” kind of way, but their paths bring them full circle, past to present, leading them on to a place of grace before the One who loves them best of all.
I would definitely recommend this book to anyone in need of healing and forgiveness. Sincerely, I believe that the way Tate uniquely weaves Scripture into “real life” can help the “irredeemable” get to the heart of God’s love. This book is a must read for all those who may have lost their way due to unforgiveness, bad choices, wayward beginnings, and/or guilt and shame.
Phone Tree Rating: 5/5 Stars *****
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