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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Publication Date: 2012
Availability: In Stock
In 1986, Janice Anderson suffered one of the most devastating losses imaginable when a car accident caused by a drunk driver took the lives of her beloved husband and two children. Trapped in the wreckage alongside them on that hot July afternoon, she cried out to God before losing consciousness. This is the remarkable story of how Janice learned to let God guide her through the hours, days, and years that followed.
Janice knows firsthand about anger, grief, fear, and disappointment. But because of her unwavering faith, she also knows about forgiveness, healing, courage, hope, and even joy. Is God responsible for terrible things happening to people? Is suffering what makes us strong? How can we learn to acknowledge our past yet live in the present? Janices experience has led her to examine these universal questions and others, and her search both comforts and inspires.
Perhaps you have gone through tragedy of your own. Perhaps you need help releasing anger and pain and focusing on the positive. Whatever your circumstances, you may find yourself in Janices story, a testimony to Gods patience, love, and awesome power.