I Will Praise You in the Storm: The Story of Stephen and Holly Deaubé, a Journey of Faith

I Will Praise You in the Storm The Story of Stephen and Holly Deaub a Journey of Faith This book covers a period from to It is an account of the lives of Stephen and Holly Deaube and their family beginning at birth and ending in glory Each was born with the same rare but fata

  • Title: I Will Praise You in the Storm: The Story of Stephen and Holly Deaubé, a Journey of Faith
  • Author: Danny L.Deaubé
  • ISBN: 9781490813059
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book covers a period from 1966 to 2008 It is an account of the lives of Stephen and Holly Deaube and their family, beginning at birth and ending in glory Each was born with the same rare but fatal liver disease Honest and sometimes graphic, it deals with the everyday joys, heartaches, and struggles that accompany children with liver disease The landscape is constaThis book covers a period from 1966 to 2008 It is an account of the lives of Stephen and Holly Deaube and their family, beginning at birth and ending in glory Each was born with the same rare but fatal liver disease Honest and sometimes graphic, it deals with the everyday joys, heartaches, and struggles that accompany children with liver disease The landscape is constantly changing, covering a large spectrum of emotions This story describes in detail the trials and struggles as they occurred, with an honest assessment of their thoughts as they responded to pain, suffering, and death The book chronicles a journey of faith, beginning from infancy to its final conclusion in God s sovereign will.

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    1. If I had to pick a theme for this book it'd be, "God is always there!" or perhaps, "Hope, to Live!" When I opened up this book, (pressed a button on my phone realistically). I was preparing for tears, sadness, worry, and wonder, yet the exact opposite is what I was met with within this book. Sure, the situations this family went through were hard and saddening, yet in each part with such content I found myself not saddened, but praising the Lord! Each event, each terrible tragedy, was met with h [...]

    2. Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.This is a sad story.I know that sounds trite and obvious. If you’ve read the synopsis, you can see it coming. But I’ll warn you anyway: this is a sad, sad story.It is the story of Holly and Stephen Deaubé, who, while very young, were diagnosed with the same fatal liver disease. I Will Praise You in the Storm follows their lives through diagnosis to their eventual death.I find that I’m really struggling to rev [...]

    3. I Will Praise You in the Storm by Danny L. Deaube was an excellent book and I would recommend it to everyone!! This was a very sad story, but even throughout the sadness it was inspiring and hopeful. I haven't read many books that could combine both sadness and hope so eloquently, and I'm always pleasantly surprised when they do. This is not the sort of book that you'll walk away from depressed, it's the sort of book that will give you a spiritual boost and inspire you to live your life to the f [...]

    4. “I Will Praise You in the Storm” is about one family’s struggle with two young children born with a fatal liver disease. The author chronicles the challenges of raising children with terminal illnesses. A heartwarming and heart breaking story of their joys, heartaches, and struggles as their family copes with the uncertainties of this terrible disease. The book describes their journey of faith and gives hope and encouragement through trials, suffering and loss.“I Will Praise You in the S [...]

    5. I Will Praise You in the Storm is a true story of faith in God through difficult circumstances that are beyond our control. Through the first diagnosis, hospital visits, long waits in the waiting room, and heartfelt prayers Danny Deaubé takes us back through his story. This is the story of Stephen and Holly, the two of his four kids, both of which got the same rare and fatal liver disease. I won’t share the story because the author does a great job of that, but I will share what I enjoyed abo [...]

    6.  What a storm, indeed! This is an awesome, wonderful read. It's a story of hope, and strength, and fight, and courage, and above all, love. I told myself to be prepared to be sad and overwhelmed, because I could not imagine what these folks went through. The death of a child?! And then another one?! :O Why, Lord? HOW?! Help me, Lord, I am beyond lost!My heart was breaking, but I saw so much strength and hope in these folks. Leaning on the Lord and asking Him for mercy to understand and yet acce [...]

    7. The book arrived at my house at 5 p.m. I started reading it as soon as I finished supper. I could not put it down and read the whole book before going to bed. Danny L. Deaube has a great way of writing. At times I forgot this was not a novel but a real story of an incredible family. I kept hoping for a different outcome--you know the twist endings we find in novels? But alas, in real life there are few twist endings but Danny kept it real. He never veered from his statement that God is Good--no [...]

    8. This book is the story of a family, particularly of two of this family's children, Stephen and Holly, who were born with a liver disease that required organ transplants and eventually claimed their lives.Sound depressing? Truly it is not! This is a testimony of God's grace and blessing in the midst of life's painful storms. It was a special blessing to me, because I knew the Deaube family long ago, when I was in high school and college. They attended our church, and I babysat Stephen Deaube in t [...]

    9. While I may have a unique perspective on this book, having lost a child myself in a similar way, I did get the message the Danny was trying to portray or at least I think I did. We've all heard the sayings "God only gives us what we can handle" or my favorite one "without hope we have nothing". "I Will Praise You in the Storm" is a testament of faith and how without faith in God nothing is truly possible.In regards to Stephen, the main character but by far not the only one, I found myself wantin [...]

    10. This was a wonderfully written book by Dan Deaube’ about family, faith, suffering, God’s goodness, facing death and the hope we have in Christ. I recommend this book for anyone going through life’s difficulties particularly if you sometimes wonder why God allows suffering and pain to happen to good people, especially when it happens to the ones' you love the most. As I read this book about the Deaube’ family, I was reminded of the verse, “I can do all things through Christ who strength [...]

    11. Written with simplicity and grace, I Will Praise you in the Storm by Danny L. Deaube is the poignant, powerful, and personal story of the loss of two of their children to a rare liver disease. It is a tale of joy and suffering, of fear and faith, and of struggle and triumph to trust the Lord through all the vicissitudes of life. Although Mr. Deaube tells his story from a distinctly Christian point of view, his unswerving belief in the goodness of God will resonate with anyone from any faith who [...]

    12. ***a testimony of God's grace and blessing" Danny L. Deaube' and his wife Bonnie retired in Oregon where he penned I Will Praise You in the Storm, a true story of medical trauma, organ donation and illness when two of Danny and Bonnie's four children were diagnosed with familial intrahepatic cholestasis." Their journey of faith and trust in the Lord taught them, "We can do all things through Christ" (Philippians 4:13)Their heartwarming and heartbreaking story began in 1975, one year after the yo [...]

    13. I received this book through a giveaway on .As a parent, it is hard to not place ones self in the role of another parent, and with this book it hits straight to the core. Pain, joy, faith, and hope laid bare as if it were happening right before our eyes. Life is hard, and this book spares no punches with just how rough life can truly be. It drew me in from the start, and kept me there page after page. For anyone that has ever wondered if life could get any worse, read this book of faith and agon [...]

    14. This was a free Good Reads giveaway. It blew me away because it was a tender. loving and faith filled story of two parents who had not one but two children with fatal liver disease. My words do not do justice to these two children who loved their Lord deeply and had to put up with so much pain. Their parents prayed, loved them deeply and said "God is good". This tapestry of love made me cry and smile and heartily approve of what the whole family did. They LIVED their Christianity. The author sig [...]

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