The characters in this book experienced God’s favor in many different ways. Chantel became a substitute teacher because God used one of her college professors to offer this position, and was it luck? No, it was God’s favor. She trusted God to provide her with a job, she didn’t show signs of doubt, she simply trusted God for the best. Lawrence believed in luck. He felt lucky to own his own franchise within the five New York City boroughs and worldwide. However, God showed his favor on Chantel and Lawrence by joining these two people together in an unexpected way. Throughout their courtship, there were trials and disappointments. When you’re a child of God, you must expect trials and disappointments even if you’re trying to walk in obedience, but God sends people and things in your way to try your faith. It’s up to us to pass the test. Many people give up and possibly cannot let go of their past hurts. In this short novel, we see the power of God transforming lives and brining change to people when there seems to be no hope. It’s not by luck, chance, nor coincidence why this book was written, it was because of God’s favor!