How do we trust God for good when everything looks so wrong? How do we hold on to hope when our world is falling apart?
Come rest with the One whose very nature promises hope!
When difficult circumstances sow doubt and fear, we need reminders that God is bigger than our troubles. We need to know that He has not changed, that He still loves us and still has a plan for our lives. He promises such things, but promises are only comforting if we believe the One who made them will keep them.
Sometimes I Forget, invites us to know God more intimately, so we can trust Him more deeply. Inspired by her own experiences of desperation, Julie weaves a prayer of lament and hope through sixty attributes of God. The simple prayers, real stories, and powerful reminders, offer comforting reassurance that God will be faithful in all He promises.
In the pages of this book, you will discover:

  • more about who God is
  • how God relates to us as His children
  • why we can believe God’s promises
  • truths to remember
  • a simple, yet meaningful way to pray through the valleys

Life will throw you curveballs, but in the character of God lies hope. Because of who God is, you can trust Him in your most desperate moments.

Julie Sunne

Julie Sunne writes about finding real hope amid life’s real struggles. Her own struggles include enduring multiple miscarriages and caregiving for her adult daughter who has significant intellectual disabilities. Julie’s writing has been featured in print devotionals by Proverbs 31 Ministries, Guideposts, Celebrate Life magazine, Encouragement for Today (the Proverbs 31 Ministries’ email devotional), several online sites, and on her blog at juliesunne.com. Julie and her husband, David, are parents to three grown sons and a daughter and reside with their daughter in rural northeast Iowa.