God Where Are You! It's Me!


Non-Fiction - Inspirational
232 Pages
Reviewed on 01/11/2021
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Reviewed by Grace Masso for Readers' Favorite

God Where Are You! It's Me! by Tracy Clark is an inspirational book that tells the author’s journey from agony to joy, from despair to hope, and a book that shows readers how to transform their own lives by embracing a faith-filled lifestyle and daring to trust God and themselves. In this book, the author shares her story, starting from the long experience of pain, from the moment she was born with a concave chest cavity, through childhood trauma, an unfaithful father, to additional pain and life situations that rocked her to the bottom. While she shares interesting episodes about her life, she shows readers that transformation is possible, that they have tremendous power buried within them, a power that can move them to success. Readers will learn what it takes to deal with pain, to engineer miracles, and to enrich their lives by embracing a path of true inner healing.

This book is a timely one and it is like the author wrote it for me. I believe many readers will share the same sentiments. First off, the writing is gorgeous and the author’s storytelling skills constitute a great incentive to the message of this book. The voice is friendly and compassionate and readers will feel as though the author spoke directly to their hearts. Tracy Clark writes beautifully about strong spiritual themes — taking control of the mind and understanding how our thoughts affect the outcome of our actions, the power of words and how to use them to grow into the persons we are meant to be, letting go of fear, the power of gratitude and selfless giving, radical faith, and a lot more. What is wonderful about this book is that the author allows readers to see her pain and then shows them how she overcame that pain, providing the tools they need to make miracles happen in their personal lives. God Where Are You! It's Me! is a gift of faith that needs to be shared.

Renee Guill

God Where Are You! It's Me! by Tracy Clark is a self-help book that teaches how you can heal yourself. She explains how and why her method works. It is about finding your divine self to help you heal from physical or mental pain. Tracy Clark uses stories from her past to show what she did that helped her. She also uses testimonials to show that her method does help people. She also gives you easy exercises, mental ones, that you can use to help you heal your pain.

I thought that God Where Are you! It’s Me! by Tracy Clark was very inspiring. I loved how she shared her stories to explain how things work. I should give you a trigger warning, she does talk about abuse, kidnapping, and bullying. I liked that she said 'the God of your understanding'; this made it easier to comprehend. Also, her science fiction references were spot on, it does help if you are a sci-fi fan. I loved having a lot of aha moments reading this. Even though there are a lot of books on the topic, this one has some unique ideas and rather eye-opening ones. The mental exercises she gives made it easier to understand. She does have a Facebook group and a podcast, in case you need more info, which I liked. The testimonials did show just what she can do for people; some were quite amazing. If you are soul searching or looking for a better way to deal with your pain, I highly recommend this book.

Lesley Jones

Have you ever felt that your life is not in harmony with your expectations? Do you feel that the choices you make never seem to have positive outcomes? Your mind is the most powerful but unused muscle in your body and it can either propel you towards happiness or hold you back from realizing your full potential. Many of us wait for others to make us happy, we rely on outside influences when actually the true power is within us to manifest anything we desire. From birth, Tracy has overcome multiple physical ailments and a traumatic attack and throughout God Where Are You! It's Me!, she not only shares her personal story but testimonials from people who have transformed their lives with her guidance. Discover how to recondition your mind so that your painful past does not become a blueprint for your future. You are given permission and the techniques to dare to dream and put your unique gifts into action. 'The Universe, the Source, the Creator wants to give you everything, and all that is expected of you is to stand up and take it!'

God Where Are You! It's Me! by Tracy Clark has the capability to change lives if the reader totally immerses themselves in Tracy's message. She understands the effects of trauma and how they can leave long-lasting scars. I loved this line - it just sums up everything perfectly: 'We’ve been conditioned in our lives to believe it’s our traumas and hurtful events that make us who we are.' There are so many techniques and tips that are simple to follow but very powerful. I thought the questions she asks of the reader throughout gives the opportunity for very deep self-reflection. I found the description of our time on this planet as Earth School just having various experiences so profound. I think her analysis of manifestation was amazing; to think that we all have the ability to attract what we want but the majority of us attract the things we don't want. The content of this guide will help anyone gain the courage to let go of their past and realize that they hold the power to change. This was brilliantly explained in the take back control of your mind section. Using the guidance in this book you have all the tools to transform a negative, unhappy foundation of beliefs into ones that will only positively serve you. A must-read. Books like these need to be in schools and colleges so children can reach their full potential.