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Through The Eyes of God by Sheila L. Jackson is a riveting guide that teaches you how to love yourself, your children and become a better you. We all have had our fair share of experiences with negative folks, but when we turn around and do the same things we are no better than they are. Stop speaking ill of others and be mindful that God made everyone an individual for a reason. If we were all supposed to be the same we would be, but some unique features or characteristics are in each of us. It is up to us to tap into what our divine meaning is supposed to be.

This guide is an easy read and you do not have to read it in any particular order. There is an answer in Through The Eyes of God for everyone. One of my favorite chapters speaks about what kind of influence we have over our children, and because we were hurt as kids we repress those emotions until we have our own children and then we end up repeating the cycle. Mrs. Jackson lets you know it is time to stop the cycle, start fresh and new.

Where as adults we can mask our hurt and anger through laughter and putting on a façade our children show it differently by acting out, turning to drugs or committing suicide. Compassionate, down-to-earth, heartfelt; these are just a few words that came to mind when reading Through The Eyes of God. This book is powerful and power-packed to only be 155 pages; the meaning is so deep and healing. I recommend Through the Eyes of God to readers of all genres, especially those that are looking for internal healing. I cannot wait to read the next book from Ms. Jackson--The Enemy Within. Great job Mrs. Jackson.

Reviewed by: Cheryl Hayes
APOOO Book Club

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