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A little girl on a big horse, cantering across a spring-green pasture…wide-eyed children gathered ‘round a beach fire, listening to a father’s stories of the high seas… an expansive, you-can-see-forever view from the top of Pike’s Peak…Another view from a Stryker frame, where an active young woman learns she will never walk again… Heading down a church aisle to marry the m A little girl on a big horse, cantering across a spring-green pasture…wide-eyed children gathered ‘round a beach fire, listening to a father’s stories of the high seas… an expansive, you-can-see-forever view from the top of Pike’s Peak…Another view from a Stryker frame, where an active young woman learns she will never walk again… Heading down a church aisle to marry the man she loves…looking into the eyes of a child in a wheelchair, and seeing the family God has prepared for a loving heart…sitting by the pool of Bethesda, reflecting on the miracle of healing God has performed in her heart…The God I Love brings to life these and many other moments. It offers an eternal perspective from a woman in a wheelchair who affirms that the God she knows and loves is the center, the peacemaker, the passport to adventure, the joy ride, and the answer to her deepest longings.Raised in an active, adventurous family, Joni Eareckson Tada worked hard and played hard to keep up with her older sisters and athletic father—until one day a diving accident left her a quadriplegic. But the tragedy that could have ended her life was in reality the beginning of an amazing, constantly unfolding story of grace that has touched the lives of millions worldwide and brought Joni unexpected joy and fulfillment. In this book, Joni unveils the God whom she has found to be faithful through over thirty years as a paralytic. This is not the story of a woman who has all the answers or who is very different from you. Joni struggles with the same fears, questions, and heartaches we all have in common. But as the weeks and months turn into years, and the years into decades, she meets her Savior at every turn. In this book, you’ll discover that he is there for you as well, no matter what your circumstance or situation may be.Written with beauty, feeling, and amazing honesty, The God I Love captures the heart and soul of one woman’s powerful, deeply personal journey of hope. It is a sojourn from a naïve child’s belief to a tempered faith that transforms and transcends personal tragedy, bringing light to the darkest places and good out of the most difficult situations, and offering glimpses of the glory that awaits God’s children.


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A little girl on a big horse, cantering across a spring-green pasture…wide-eyed children gathered ‘round a beach fire, listening to a father’s stories of the high seas… an expansive, you-can-see-forever view from the top of Pike’s Peak…Another view from a Stryker frame, where an active young woman learns she will never walk again… Heading down a church aisle to marry the m A little girl on a big horse, cantering across a spring-green pasture…wide-eyed children gathered ‘round a beach fire, listening to a father’s stories of the high seas… an expansive, you-can-see-forever view from the top of Pike’s Peak…Another view from a Stryker frame, where an active young woman learns she will never walk again… Heading down a church aisle to marry the man she loves…looking into the eyes of a child in a wheelchair, and seeing the family God has prepared for a loving heart…sitting by the pool of Bethesda, reflecting on the miracle of healing God has performed in her heart…The God I Love brings to life these and many other moments. It offers an eternal perspective from a woman in a wheelchair who affirms that the God she knows and loves is the center, the peacemaker, the passport to adventure, the joy ride, and the answer to her deepest longings.Raised in an active, adventurous family, Joni Eareckson Tada worked hard and played hard to keep up with her older sisters and athletic father—until one day a diving accident left her a quadriplegic. But the tragedy that could have ended her life was in reality the beginning of an amazing, constantly unfolding story of grace that has touched the lives of millions worldwide and brought Joni unexpected joy and fulfillment. In this book, Joni unveils the God whom she has found to be faithful through over thirty years as a paralytic. This is not the story of a woman who has all the answers or who is very different from you. Joni struggles with the same fears, questions, and heartaches we all have in common. But as the weeks and months turn into years, and the years into decades, she meets her Savior at every turn. In this book, you’ll discover that he is there for you as well, no matter what your circumstance or situation may be.Written with beauty, feeling, and amazing honesty, The God I Love captures the heart and soul of one woman’s powerful, deeply personal journey of hope. It is a sojourn from a naïve child’s belief to a tempered faith that transforms and transcends personal tragedy, bringing light to the darkest places and good out of the most difficult situations, and offering glimpses of the glory that awaits God’s children.

30 review for The God I Love: A Lifetime of Walking with Jesus

  1. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    This isn't Joni Eareckson Tada's first autobiography. It differs from Joni in that it explores more of her life before and after the diving accident and paralysis. One gets a better picture of her childhood, her family, her hobbies and interests, the times in which she lived, her faith and culture. One also gets a better picture of her faith and ministry after the accident. (Though her accident was no accident, but a work of God's providence.) Joni was published in 1976. So much has happened SIN This isn't Joni Eareckson Tada's first autobiography. It differs from Joni in that it explores more of her life before and after the diving accident and paralysis. One gets a better picture of her childhood, her family, her hobbies and interests, the times in which she lived, her faith and culture. One also gets a better picture of her faith and ministry after the accident. (Though her accident was no accident, but a work of God's providence.) Joni was published in 1976. So much has happened SINCE the publication of that book. Her marriage, her ministry, her mission trips, her public fight for the rights of the disabled, just to name a few! So even if you've read Joni, you don't know the whole story. The God I Love, I noticed is almost a love letter to her father and mother--a big thank you. But above all, the focus is on God himself. Favorite quotes: “Just make sure you keep pointing people to the Bible,” he finally offered. “Your life story can’t change anyone, but God’s Word can.” The truly handicapped among us are those who start their mornings on automatic cruise control, without needing God. But he gives strength to all who cry to him for help. So, who are the weak and needy? Who are those who need his help?” A brief pause in the dark shadow of recent events always allowed the point to come home. “It’s you. It’s me.”

  2. 5 out of 5

    Casey Bradshaw

    Long, but definitely worth it! The spiritual truths Joni learns through her childhood, tragedy and acceptance of her life as a quadriplegic are so powerful and she shares them in such a beautiful way. I learned so much about the Father's care and comfort by listening to Joni honestly share about her trial.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This is a life changing book. This is the story of Joni Eareckson Tada's walk with God and the development of her relationship with Him, starting with her earliest childhood memories. Joni has suffered in ways that most of us cannot imagine and God has used this suffering to show Himself to her in ways that a lot of us have never seen. One of the running themes in this book is that those who lean on God the hardest find out His strength and love in the deepest ways. God shines through Joni's lif This is a life changing book. This is the story of Joni Eareckson Tada's walk with God and the development of her relationship with Him, starting with her earliest childhood memories. Joni has suffered in ways that most of us cannot imagine and God has used this suffering to show Himself to her in ways that a lot of us have never seen. One of the running themes in this book is that those who lean on God the hardest find out His strength and love in the deepest ways. God shines through Joni's life brilliantly; her humility allows Him to receive great glory. She readily admits her failures and faults and her need for God, and this gives so much more power to her message than if she had it all "put together." Lately I have been struggling with the "whys" of suffering in my own life. This book has offered new perspective and hope. It has made me desire God more and trust in His goodness more. I needed to read this book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Weaver

    I was delighted to discover this updated autobiography of Joni for a couple of reasons. First, I remember enjoying her original book, JONI years ago (1976) when it came out. Secondly, I was eager to read her story again because recently I've bumped into very strong antagonism toward her testimony. Having myself admired her strong faith in the face of quadriplegia I was surprised to hear her accused of undermining the faith of those with similar conditions. It seems that her outspoken testimony t I was delighted to discover this updated autobiography of Joni for a couple of reasons. First, I remember enjoying her original book, JONI years ago (1976) when it came out. Secondly, I was eager to read her story again because recently I've bumped into very strong antagonism toward her testimony. Having myself admired her strong faith in the face of quadriplegia I was surprised to hear her accused of undermining the faith of those with similar conditions. It seems that her outspoken testimony to God's grace in the midst of suffering has been construed to be a stumbling stone to faith for healing in those who are touched by her ministry. In other words, since she didn't experience healing, it would have been better for her to have kept silent than to create a ministry to disabled persons! Really?! What has happened to a well-reasoned, Biblical doctrine of suffering as part of the Christian life? Anyway, with that background in mind I read with especial interest this new memoir of Joni's, curious as to her thoughts on healing. Had she sought it for herself? And how did she come to terms with not being healed? Her beautifully woven story lingers long on her happy childhood prior to the accident, painting idyllic pictures of family camping trips, hymn sings around the campfire, and of her father's memorable storytelling. It describes an athletic, even daredevil, Joni who rode and showed horses, swam, and ran competitively and loved to play piano and draw. But it also tells with candid humility and perceptiveness of her inner longings and struggles growing up, of finding a tangible relationship with God and of the disconcerting reality of having a rebellious bent still. Then at age 17, a daring dive left her paralyzed from the shoulders down. She doesn't belabor the gritty details of her recovery nor does she hide the dark depressing moments. But having the perspective of time and maturity she is able to look back and highlight the poignant moments when God came near in one way or another. It is a beautiful story of being drawn from bitterness to acceptance and then beyond to actually seeing her 'accident' as a blessing in disguise. (And yes, I should insert, she did seek healing, even attending a Kathryn Kuhlman crusade, and she did grapple with a Biblical understanding of healing, but it is almost an aside to her story). This volume extends her earlier story to describe how God took her, wheelchair and all, and gave her incredible opportunities to share Him with the world, including the founding of Joni and Friends, a ministry focused on bringing the Gospel tangibly to those who suffer with disabilities. But this is no dry recounting of some vague 'ministry years'. Joni's love of life exudes from its pages. She came to see her wheelchair as her ticket to adventure because of all the opportunities it gave her. I love this memoir for its personal and candid tone. Joni never speaks from a pedestal of easy victory, but takes the reader through her own thoughts and struggles as she processes the deaths of each of her parents, and months and years of physical pain (no, paralysis doesn't imply life will be pain-free). She shares her delights too, among them marriage, but most of all finding that yes, God has given her the real desire of her heart—He has given her Himself. Her wise and joyful memoir is a rare treasure in our times, when blessings are often equated with physical comfort and well-being. It is a testimony to the reality that God often permits things he hates in order to bring about something more important that He really loves. Joni's conclusion: "…yes—There are more important things in life than walking." I highly recommend The God I Love to anyone grappling with disappointment, pain, or 'unanswered' prayer, or just desiring to perceive God's love in a greater way. It will point you to the God who may not rescue us from our circumstances in the way we had hoped but whose love will ultimately prove far greater than we could have imagined! --LS May God strengthen our hearts to know this love, that we "may be able to comprehend with all saints what [is] the breadth, and length, and depth, and height; and to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge, that ye might be filled with all the fulness of God. Eph.3:18,19 -------------------------- And here's a sampling of Joni's thoughts… "Even paralyzed people can walk with the Lord." p221 "The truth was, I knew I would always struggle—I would always feel weak and needy of God. and that was okay. It was supposed to be that way. I was supposed to be dependent on him." p225 "For unto you it is given in the behalf of Christ, not only to believe on him, but also to suffer for his sake." Phil.1:21 "Each mile I put between the past and the future in your hand, I learn more of your providence and I find out who I am." p240 "Our eyes met, and --it was amazing—from that point, everything changed. How I looked no longer mattered. No longer did I feel ugly or unworthy. The love in Ken's eyes washed it all away. I was the pure and perfect bride—his bride. That's what he saw, and that's what changed me." p252 "One day…all the stains of earthly life will be purified away, just by one look from God's eyes. We'll be transformed forever by his gaze upon us…It will be more than I ever dreamed of, more than I ever longed for." p253 "[God] permits what he hates so that his power can show up in people like you and me." p263

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer McMaster

    This book by Joni Eareckson Tada seemed to lack the depth that her other books possessed and I didn't enjoy it nearly as much as her "Joni & Ken; A Love Story". This book by Joni Eareckson Tada seemed to lack the depth that her other books possessed and I didn't enjoy it nearly as much as her "Joni & Ken; A Love Story".

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    A wonderful, inspiring testimony to every one of us. I was simply awed to read how Joni's decision to trust the Lord, despite what looked to be the end of happiness and meaning in her life, transformed her future into something so eternally significant not just for herself but for thousands of others. She could have chosen to be bitter and angry. She could have turned her back on God in anger for what happened to her... but she didn't, and thank God for that. Her story, which I'd read before in h A wonderful, inspiring testimony to every one of us. I was simply awed to read how Joni's decision to trust the Lord, despite what looked to be the end of happiness and meaning in her life, transformed her future into something so eternally significant not just for herself but for thousands of others. She could have chosen to be bitter and angry. She could have turned her back on God in anger for what happened to her... but she didn't, and thank God for that. Her story, which I'd read before in her first book, and all the deep details written out in this more thorough version, made me reflect on my own life and how I wish I'd made different decisions in the more critical moments of my life. I wish I'd lived as Joni did when things went terribly 'wrong' for me. Then again, as long as there is breath in my lungs I can still live for fully for Jesus. This book renewed my outlook and my hope for my own life. I would HIGHLY recommend reading "The God I Love". It is well written, interesting, encouraging, and inspiring. I couldn't put it down.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Georgia Herod

    Joni Eareckson Tada has long been one of my spiritual heroes, beginning not long after her lifestory was published in Joni, both the book and the movie. She is honest, transparent, and vulnerable in this memoir as she reveals a rather idyllic life before her diving accident at age 19, and then shares her doubt and questions about the life that she will live afterwards. When someone has walked through hardship and suffering the way she has, I listen. God is very real to her--and what she shares i Joni Eareckson Tada has long been one of my spiritual heroes, beginning not long after her lifestory was published in Joni, both the book and the movie. She is honest, transparent, and vulnerable in this memoir as she reveals a rather idyllic life before her diving accident at age 19, and then shares her doubt and questions about the life that she will live afterwards. When someone has walked through hardship and suffering the way she has, I listen. God is very real to her--and what she shares includes both the despair and hope that she has experienced. Her wheelchair has been the caused for great adventure. She reveals her dreams for marriage and children, desires for living a life of significance, anguish over unexplained pain, joy at expanding her family through Wheels for the World--and so much more! In the midst of every trial she turns her eyes upon Jesus! What a challenge and encouragement to my faith!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Shirley Kummer

    Joni is a fantastic and gifted writer. I have loved every book of hers that I own. At first, I thought I would be bored with this one as it is a memoir but I was soon to discover that I was wrong. She begins with her childhood and continues with growing into her teens, the diving accident that left her a quadriplegic, and the many years of trying to accept this reality. Joni and her family were extremely active people, loving outdoors, horses, camping, sports and competition. To have this traged Joni is a fantastic and gifted writer. I have loved every book of hers that I own. At first, I thought I would be bored with this one as it is a memoir but I was soon to discover that I was wrong. She begins with her childhood and continues with growing into her teens, the diving accident that left her a quadriplegic, and the many years of trying to accept this reality. Joni and her family were extremely active people, loving outdoors, horses, camping, sports and competition. To have this tragedy happen to Joni is heartbreaking. It is a touching and heartfelt story of how Joni lived - no - lives her life and has traveled the world, literaly, for the Lord. Her Wheels for the World program is providing wheelchairs for poverty stricken children. Her Joni and Friends Organization is worlwide and ministers to the disability community.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

    At the beginning of the year, I decided that instead of emphasizing a number or pages or books, I'd spend 2017 concentrating on the people in those books -- on learning from people with different experiences than mine (Hidden Figures, Girl with Seven Names, etc.) and on hanging out with authors and characters that I would really want to hang out with in real life, people who were wise and strong where I am weak. (Rule one this year: no whiny characters.) This book is both a memoir of a life with At the beginning of the year, I decided that instead of emphasizing a number or pages or books, I'd spend 2017 concentrating on the people in those books -- on learning from people with different experiences than mine (Hidden Figures, Girl with Seven Names, etc.) and on hanging out with authors and characters that I would really want to hang out with in real life, people who were wise and strong where I am weak. (Rule one this year: no whiny characters.) This book is both a memoir of a life with disability, and of a seasoned saint. It's meandering, and if I were bent on hitting a book quota, I'd have been frustrated by the slow pace. But thinking of reading more as sitting across the tea table listening to a dear woman's memories and reflections, it was lovely. Bonus points for the audio book, which the author reads herself, with assists from her husband.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Gibbs

    I can't put into words how powerful this book is. Joni's faltering faith in God over the years after her diving accident, and the questions she fought with, and the answers that God gave her, and the peace.... it reaches deep into my heart. I felt drawn to read this book and I am so glad that I did. God has used Joni's life to help so many people all over the world through darkness in their own lives - especially those who have been physically handicapped in some way. But it wasn't just about he I can't put into words how powerful this book is. Joni's faltering faith in God over the years after her diving accident, and the questions she fought with, and the answers that God gave her, and the peace.... it reaches deep into my heart. I felt drawn to read this book and I am so glad that I did. God has used Joni's life to help so many people all over the world through darkness in their own lives - especially those who have been physically handicapped in some way. But it wasn't just about her life - she talks about her family's love, friendships that made a massive difference, and dealing with the death of both of her parents in later years. There's so much pain that's so familiar to us all and so much joy that follows - all wrapped up in this one book.

  11. 4 out of 5

    PJ

    I thought I knew Joni's story about the diving accident when she was 17 that put her in a wheelchair for life. But I never knew about the first 17 years of her life. Joni is so open as she shares about her life growing up in a Christian family, loving horses and having an active life. I have reached the part in the book where she is 14 and just discovered the difference between knowing God in her mind and REALLY knowing Him in her HEART!! She is genuine and honest about her thoughts and feelings I thought I knew Joni's story about the diving accident when she was 17 that put her in a wheelchair for life. But I never knew about the first 17 years of her life. Joni is so open as she shares about her life growing up in a Christian family, loving horses and having an active life. I have reached the part in the book where she is 14 and just discovered the difference between knowing God in her mind and REALLY knowing Him in her HEART!! She is genuine and honest about her thoughts and feelings concerning her life. Her descriptions help paint beautiful pictures in my mind of what her life was like before the accident. I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the book. I can highly recommend this book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jennah

    This book had me captivated since the very first chapter. I knew then, that this was going to be my favorite book. This book is about Joni Eareckson Tada's childhood, teenage years, the paralysis accident, meeting her husband and creating a ministry that is called, "Joni and Friends". I was completely inspired by Joni because of her faith in God, her compassion on others, her wisdom, her devotion to the work God had for her. God only knew what he had in store for that little girl in the book, but This book had me captivated since the very first chapter. I knew then, that this was going to be my favorite book. This book is about Joni Eareckson Tada's childhood, teenage years, the paralysis accident, meeting her husband and creating a ministry that is called, "Joni and Friends". I was completely inspired by Joni because of her faith in God, her compassion on others, her wisdom, her devotion to the work God had for her. God only knew what he had in store for that little girl in the book, but that little girl became a beautiful instrument that He used to glorify Him and to inspire His people. What a life Joni has been living and how amazing to see it being used to glory God. Every women who is a Believer, should read this book.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Janice

    Joni and I grew up in the same town and it was neat to read about people and places I know. We even went to the same piano teacher so I enjoyed her story about a recital. We attended the same high school and I knew who she was but it wasn't until after her accident that I got to know her. Joni is just as genuine in real life. I used to love to take her to speaking engagements when she still lived in Maryland. My sister and I used to love to sing hymns with her and play Bible memory. This is a wo Joni and I grew up in the same town and it was neat to read about people and places I know. We even went to the same piano teacher so I enjoyed her story about a recital. We attended the same high school and I knew who she was but it wasn't until after her accident that I got to know her. Joni is just as genuine in real life. I used to love to take her to speaking engagements when she still lived in Maryland. My sister and I used to love to sing hymns with her and play Bible memory. This is a wonderful book even if you don't know her. I gave it to many of my friends in SC who never knew her and they loved it.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Larisha

    Before her 18th birthday, Joni prayed & asked God about getting closer to HIM. God's thoughts & ways r far above us & HE uses things we never would have thought. Joni writes about a Turning point when she sensed God hadn't left her - it was a visit from her friend Jacque, when she was transported to Johns Hopkins to get her fingernails taken out and she saw a statue of the resurrected Jesus with the NAILS & scars and her thoughts no longer mattered, only God's!! Jesus's nails for mine. God is us Before her 18th birthday, Joni prayed & asked God about getting closer to HIM. God's thoughts & ways r far above us & HE uses things we never would have thought. Joni writes about a Turning point when she sensed God hadn't left her - it was a visit from her friend Jacque, when she was transported to Johns Hopkins to get her fingernails taken out and she saw a statue of the resurrected Jesus with the NAILS & scars and her thoughts no longer mattered, only God's!! Jesus's nails for mine. God is using Joni and I was moved when she said: "her pursuit of God was no longer something extraordinary, but a part of her everyday routine."

  15. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    Joni Eareckson Tada is an amazing woman. She was able to turn a major disability into a blessing for herself and many people all around the world, after overcoming much emotional turmoil. It was an inspiration for me, nudging me to count my blessings and to keep trying to do good things in the world despite my struggles.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Hackney

    Amazing story of an amazing woman! Joni Eareckson Tada shows what it is like to walk with God during difficult times. She does not sugarcoat the difficulties but allows us to see her pain and doubts over the years of dealing with her quadriplegia. However, what comes shining through is her confidence and trust in a loving and sovereign God. I cannot recommend this book highly enough!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Barbw

    This is a more indepth memoir than Joni has written before. She shares details about her years before the diving accident and her relationships with family members. It is obvious that these relationships had much to do with the way she has lived her life since the accident. I really enjoyed this book and was encouraged by reading about her life.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    The way Joni comes to view her wheelchair as not only a blessing but an answer to her prayer to make her more like God is nothing short of amazing as well as convicting. I have used her devotional books for years now and love her writing. This is a closer look at her initial struggles and how she overcame them to devote herself wholly to God. Uplifting and inspirational.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Johnvano

    Originally read in 2009 Now reading with my 14 yo twin daughters ******* I was very familiar with Joni's story before this book, but this provided even more depth and inspiration, including the frank struggles she's had and overcome by the grace and power of God. A bold and moving testimony for Christ.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Brian Eshleman

    Both intimate and objective. Like C.S. Lewis's Surprised By Joy, the author recalls her lostness without Christ honestly and marks the gradual realizations He allowed to bring her to a saving knowledge of Him. This honestly continues as she describes her struggles with everything from bitterness to pride as a believer without allowing these flaws to overshadow her sense of adventure.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Bev

    A friend gave me this and it was a nice Sunday afternoon read. I read the book, Joni, years ago and have been a constant admirer of her faith since. This newer book tells a couple episodes from Joni's childhood before her accident and also some from her recent years and ministry.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Keri

    Wow this book was so powerful. It came at just the right time and was able to help me thru so many struggles. I loved the way she wrote. She was so descriptive you could almost picture yourself in the scenes with her

  23. 4 out of 5

    Chad Schollaert

    Listened to this book on CD. Not my favorite style but I can say that I have a better sense of suffering and God's sovereignty. I appreciate her transparency. This is a must read/listen for any Christian.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Gerald Curtis

    For years I enjoyed listening to Joni's inspiring radio show. I've always been curious how she became the inspiring, dedicated disciple that she is, so it was fun and inspiration to read the story of her life, narrated by herself.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Laura Robb

    I admit it took me a while to get into the book. Quite a number of pages. But I didn't give up. The intro / back story just feel slower. Well written overall. I could relate to a lot of the lessons Joni learned. Very encouraging.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Carrie

    journey with an amazing woman as she deals with the realities of being disabled and seeking God in the midst of suffering

  27. 5 out of 5

    Bethany

    Inspiring to say the least!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Yoli

    I love Joni Erickson Tada; So I loved reading more about her life. She is truly an inspritation and loves the Lord and lives serving others! Wow!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cbass

    A definite must read, I cried so many times :(

  30. 4 out of 5

    Rose

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