Wounds are where light enters Stories of God's Intrusive Grace by Walter Wangerin Jr. is a strong book about sufferance analyzed under many and diversified aspects. Every story is short but dense of meaning and sometimes not too much simple to digest as you will see but always great.
The message in fact that this book wants to transmit is that it is through difficulties that we can see God's light and help. Through the eyes of a homeless, or the desperation of a man who lost his wife and can't live in peace anymore because his wife was God's reflection in his life.
I enjoyed reading this book because it gives additional strength and let us think that after all life can be seriously hard like in the case of the anonymous lady call during the birthday feast of a pastor's daughter.
You will be shocked sometimes for what you will read but after all this is life and wounds are where light enters for illuminating our life, and for trying to donate new meaning to it.
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Anna Maria Polidori