Official Review: Hope Rises by Dr. Randy Ross

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Official Review: Hope Rises by Dr. Randy Ross

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[Following is an official review of "Hope Rises" by Dr. Randy Ross.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Many people have lost the courage and determination to fulfill their God-given dreams and purposes. Hope Rises by Dr. Randy Ross was written to restore hope to the hopeless. You will not give up on life after reading this book.

Dr. Randy Ross started by helping his readers get a perspective of what hope is all about and the effect of the global pandemic on businesses and relationships. He also revealed how we could navigate through troublesome times. Furthermore, Dr. Randy explained how hope is the best strategy in life and destiny. Also, he showed the core beliefs of hope and the elements of hope. This book also revealed the difference between hope and optimism. Hope can be a tool to fight depression and the feelings of suicide; the author revealed how.

I have never come across a novel as motivating as this novel, Hope Rises. My hope came alive after reading this book. I believed God inspired the author to document such an excellent piece. From his own life experiences, he explained how he had applied these principles of hope to achieve his goals in life and relationships.

The parts of this book I liked most were the inspirational quotes he wrote on each of the book's pages. These quotes were not from external speakers and authors; they came from the author’s wealth of wisdom. My favorite quote was, “Strong people know that they are finite. So wise finite people turn to the power, provision, and knowledge of the infinite.”

I also enjoyed the stories of those who embraced hope in the face of their challenges. The author used those tales to motivate his readers. He showed how they applied the principles of hope to overcome their difficulty in their marriage and businesses. My favorite story was the story of Rob and Lisa. The author showed how they turned their marriage around by using the weapon of hope.

There was nothing I disliked about this book. I think this book was written for me. When hardship is destroying the valuable things around us in the world's history, this novel is crucial in managing our emotional state.

The editors of this novel edited it professionally. There were only a few typographical errors in the whole book. Consequently, I rate this narrative 4 out of 4 stars. I did not see any profane speech in this novel. I recommend Hope Rises to those who enjoy motivational books and stories.

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Post by kaivalya_k »

As long as the book is not pivoted on a particular religion, I would love to read it.
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Post by Joan642 »

First of all, I would like to commend the author for writing such a great book. it is the sad truth that many people have lost the desire to attain and fulfill their God given purpose in life. Despite what you might have passed through, there is still a bit of hope left, you just have to believe, and I think the author passed this message across well in his book. Thanks for the review.
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Post by Eutoc »

Hope deserves more attention than it's getting in this entitled age. I pray this book gets across to a lot of people out there. Thanks for recommending.
What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.

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