"God of All Creation" by James Robison with James Randall Robison is a book dedicated to lessons that Robison has learned through observing animals. James Robison shares with us some of his memories and stories - mostly of his dog, Princess, and then he takes these examples and relates them to our relationship with God. In the same ways that Princess is obedient to her master, and the relationship between her and her owner, Robison draws parallels between our relationship with God.
This book is relatively short, and the chapters themselves are only 3-4 pages each, so this could easily be read as a devotional style book. The stories of Princess and the Robison family are entertaining, but also relevant to the message that James is sharing, and the parallel that he draws. I thought this book was well written, with thoughtful insights and great stories. I would recommend this book to the animal lover, as the stories are centered around wildlife.
FTC DISCLOSURE: I received this book for free from Water Brook Publishers in exchange for an honest review. I was not obligated to write a positive review. The opinions expressed herein are entirely my own.