Sometimes God’s ways are mysterious. And in Dr. Larry Crabb’s book, When God’s Ways Make No Sense, he explores how God’s plans are sometimes confusing to man. The book strongly emphasizes the important message of running to God and trusting in Him rather than running away and distorting the Gospel. I like how the author takes the stories of Biblical figures – such as Jonah, Saul, and Habakkuk – and uses them to illustrate his points. The book helps the reader to ponder on trust, obedience, and God’s sovereignty. Crabb provides a deep look into the love of God and the needs of man.