Plan B is book to help you understand that God’s plans are not ours. The author gives advice for staying open to what God has for us, and reminds us that we won’t always understand the “Why”. The book is mixed with Bible stories and stories of people who Wilson knows, as well as personal stories.
Wilson talks about why we don’t want a Plan B: because we want to be in control, and if we are in Plan A, we are in control.
The book ends, not with a promise or guarantee that life will get better, but that if you allow Him too, God will be beside you in each of your “Plan B”‘s.
Personal thoughts on the book. I think that it was a good book, but as someone who has not gone through big ‘plan b”s it is a bit hard for me to relate, but I have gone through many, many, many small and medium plan b’s and can see examples of how I did relate to those given in the book. (Some I could have handled better) I had a hard time sitting down and reading this book, probably because I prefer fiction, but I’m trying to train my brain to read a variety, so I got this one. I think this book would be good for someone experiencing a big plan b, and really anyone who might end up going through one (um. . . all of us??). Lots of quotes and scripture verses used throughout.
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