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Peter Vu Writes About Seeing God Through One’s Pain


When life seems extra hard, and everything gets out of whack, a person’s character and faith in God is being put to the test. Peter Vu’s “Searching for God, the Precious Treasure, in My Daily Life” shares how important it is to keep one’s faith burning in good times and bad times and everything in between.

The book essentially teaches that God is present in people’s most needing times. More often than not, God uses people as instruments to help the needy thrive in every difficulty. The book also examines values that will help people see that there is a real indication of God’s presence as long as they are manifested- love, mercy, peace, joy, hope, generosity, and faithfulness.

The author successfully presents his sentiments in a very relatable manner. He uses setting, characters, and situations that readers can find familiar even in modern times.

If you are a reader who feels trapped in feelings of helplessness, loss, and suffering, this book will guide you on how to break from those chains. After reading this book, you will understand that pain is the greatest reminder of God’s character and faithfulness.

“Searching for God, the Precious Treasure, in My Daily Life” book copies are available at;;;;
Writer: Peter Vu
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing, LLC
Publication Date: November 19, 2018
ISBN-10: 1457567385
ISBN-13: 978-1457567384
Paperback: $12.13
Kindle: $9.99
About the Author
Peter Vu is a catholic priest who writes religious books. He is born in Saigon City, Vietnam. He is a survivor of the Vietnam war and came as a refugee to the United States. He attended a year of high school in Union High School in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to learn the English language and study the culture as well. While staying at Christopher House Seminary, he spent two years at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Then, he finished his remaining two years in college at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota and graduated with a double major- Mathematics and Philosophy. He then attended graduate school at the University of St. Mary of the Lake and Mundelein Seminary in Chicago, Illinois. He graduated as top of his class and earned his Master Degree of Divinity and the Sacred Theology Baccalaureate.

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