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I thoroughly enjoyed Jennifer Sienes’ book, Night Songs. It’s the first in the Bedford County Series, and I’m anxious to get started on Book 2, Shadow Dancing, which just released! And if that’s not enough, there are two more Bedford County books, A Sojourner’s Solace and These Simple Gifts. So here we go! Jennifer Sienes’s … Read More about Night Songs by Jennifer Sienes
Colleen Coble is one of the top Christian Romantic Suspense writers, and I often read her books as a study of “how to.” As an author in the same genre looking for non-stop action, Coble never disappoints. Secrets at Cedar Cabin is the third installment in the Lavender Tides series. Although others have reviewed otherwise, … Read More about “Secrets at Cedar Cabin”
HE Sees Me My Advent reading this morning took me to Luke 19 and to the story of Zacchaeus. Did the children’s song, Zacchaeus was a wee little man, pop into your head? It always does for me when I hear his name. But this morning, I didn’t think about that little guy. I thought … Read More about GOD WITH US…Emmanuel
The power of the gospel saves—nothing else. Your Word, Oh, Lord, gives truth and wisdom. Guidance and comfort. You direct our plans giving us purpose on earth for your glory in heaven. Your hope everlasting is our catalyst for living. For persevering above sickness and tragedy. Of weathering through trials and hardships. To bring others … Read More about Nothing Else.
Examples of compassionate faith are everywhere, especially in the bible. It’s one of the reasons I felt it important for Carol Scape to exhibit this in her new faith. In Restored Grace, she demonstrates compassion to someone undeserving. Over and over again. Why? Because she knows she is unworthy, and so are we. It’s who … Read More about Compassionate Faith
Consistency in faith is vital in a believer’s walk. In Restored Grace, Carol is a new Christian, and the consistency of her faith manifested itself in some areas, but not all. As a new Christian, I can guarantee that these areas will develop in her life. I’m the author! And just as God is the author of our lives, He is faithful to complete a good work in us, and that is consistency in faith. Here’s an old song as a reminder.