Book Review: Making the Best of a Bad Decision

Making the Best of a Bad Decision
By Erwin W. Lutzer
We’ve all made decisions that we regret, it’s how we recover that really matters.  However, it can be difficult to pick up the pieces and move on.  This book is all about putting regrets behind you, and moving forwards with God grace.  This book covers a wide range of bad decision, such as marrying the wrong person, having made a bad financial decision, or being stuck in a job you hate.  One of the things I really enjoyed about this book was the fact it used the bad decisions of biblical figures to show us that, yea, we may have made bad decisions, but someone else has too.  In the end God will still forgive us!!  I also loved that this book not only addresses the having made bad decisions, but how to move forward and make wise decisions from now on.  This book is easy to understand, and is a great read.  Another plus to this is the discussion guide in the back!  It has great questions you can read through and answer, and even has an area for notes in the very back of the book.  All in all, I would definitely recommend this book for someone to read, whether your decision was a big one, or maybe not so big, it’s wonderful, and encouraging to know that God forgives us, all we have to do is sincerely ask.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Tyndale House Publishing Co. in exchange for an honest opinion.

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