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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2012
Availability: In Stock
God's sovereign faithfulness is the recurring theme of this book. The characters (whom I've come to know so well though the Redemption Series and the Firstborn Series) struggle with real issues. In the opening pages, Ashley Baxter and her husband Landon are reeling after the death of their newborn. Through the pain of losing a child, they helplessly cling to the God they trust, and realize that in all things, He will be exalted. (Psalm 46:10).
As the Baxters face life's difficulties as well as joys, some mistakes are made, but they always manage to inevitably lean on and trust the Lord, and on one another. They are made stronger through trials, and learn to trust in God's sovereign love.
Enough information is gleaned about the characters in this book to make it a stand alone book, but for those who have been on this journey with the Baxters in the past twelve books, it is even more satisfying. I would recommend this book and series to anyone.
Tracey Bonsell, Christian Book Previews.com