This was a great and amazingly powerful book. The author is the grandmother of two little boys who were killed in the Oklahoma bombing. She was one of the very first on the scene and she became the spokeperson for the victims. Kathy struggled to go on with life after her grandsons were killed. She struggled with her faith and she was determined to find out why this happened. In her search for answers she finds forgiveness towards those that committed the crime. She even befriends the perpetrators and their family. This is an amazing story of forgiveness that can only come from God. No one would forgive and be friends with the person that killed their loved one unless God was at work. And the healing that Kathy received from opening her heart and listening to God was a healing beyond what she expected. "Clearly His blessings come with bonuses." What a great statement, God really does desire to bless us beyond what we could ever imagine. "Our uncommon pain became our common denominator." When you suffer through something with others there is a bond that is unbreakable. "His invisibility need not diminish His power to comfort." Just because we can not see Him doesn't mean He isn't there and that He can't bring comfort. 'It's the constant push and pressure of everyday life that forms character ever so slowly-so slowly that we do not even notice it happening." when we look back on a year or a month we see the challenges we have faced and how we have grown. "God has given each one of us a little chunk of eternity called time. Each one of us is the steward of what time we are given. These precious moments of opportunity are given to us for our benefit and God's glory."