Life was good, God was blessing and the Marshall family was riding high, until Carmella Marshall's husband, Nelson asks for a divorce and then moves in with his girlfriend - who also happens to be her twenty-three-year-old daughter's best friend. Her son gets arrested, her daughter drops out of college, the bills go unpaid, and then Carmella has a nervous breakdown.
The Marshalls have ups and downs like any other family. However, Carmella always thought that God would see them through anything. But when Nelson left and her life fell apart, she realized just how weak she could become, without the strength of God guiding her way. Through prayer, praise, and a love that bonds families together, Carmella renews her trust in the Lord and discovers a way to turn her life around.
In Tears Fall at Night, the Marshalls discover that even when everything goes wrong, they can still lift their hands and praise God anyhow.
©2013 Vanessa Miller (P)2013 Vanessa Miller
Turned Up 4 God
The mother, because even though she was hurt, she still found forgiveness.
Yes I did cry when husband left wife and she prayed that God would help her with her situation. All was rooting for wife when she and mistress had a fight on the lawn.
While there is nothing like the written word it is wonderful to listen to books while you're on long car trips, this book was well narrated and worth the listen making my car ride more pleasurable I hated getting out the car at the end of the trip.
The most memorable point of the book was her being able to get her life back and realizing that there is a rainbow at the end of every storm. God has this whole thing all under control and all things work together for good to those who love the Lord, it was wonderful to see that.
all the character were performed equally as good as the others
The best moment in the book for me was the fight and front of the husband's new house. I laughed out loud
would LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE hear more books by Vanessa Miller
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