Graham empathizes with listeners who feel inadequate, overpowered, or even beyond hope. Drawing from real life stories, she offers evidence that, whether listeners' frightening tomorrows are self-inflicted, other-inflicted, or simply life-inflicted, they may hold fast to the simple yet powerful truth that God is present and His power can replace our fears and feelings of hopelessness with the promise of hope and joy.
©2009 Ruth Graham; (P)2009 Oasis
Retired bookkeeper, married, Mom of 2, two granddaughters. Love cozy mysteries.
Listened all the way through a number of times during a recent very difficult time. This book is a refreshing balm if you sincerely need one! Highly recommend!!
Vassar graduate, living in Mexico and retired.
This book held my attention. The reader's voice is pleasant and the content is interesting. There is very little if any comic relief, however, the story is not discouraging.
Not on my short list of all time favorites, but I am pleased I bought it.
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