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“To get there from here, I must wake up every morning and answer Christ’s single most important question: Do you want to get well?” Leena Tankersley reminds herself in her book, Breathing Room: Letting Go So You Can Fully Live.
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“Dogs weren’t always called dogs. At first, they weren’t called anything. In the beginning, dogs only lived in Heaven. With God,” Tana Thompson writes in her children’s book, Why Dogs Are….
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“Beginning at midnight, all of the firstborn sons of Egypt, people and animals, were struck down. But the Israelites who followed God’s instruction were protected,” the Bible story is retold in Zonderkidz’s children’s book, Moses Leads the People.
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“Answers will come as the questions are asked. As you look within your heart you will find what you seek. Press on and the way will open for you,” Eliezer coaches Ari in Megan Means’s book, So Much the Better.
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“She didn’t want slave catchers to search their property. She didn’t want Samuel to believe slavery would never be outlawed. She didn’t want the world to be the way it was,” Lyn Cote writes of Honor in her novel, Honor.
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“She had always been at odds with Trevor, but what if they joined forces? What if they funneled all that competitive drive toward the same goal, throwing every ounce of their combined passion at one of the world’s deadliest diseases?” questions Kate in Elizabeth Camden’s novel, With Every Breath.
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“How can he be so broken? I do not allow myself to think he may not make it. He has to. God has a call on his life! He is our beloved son! He has to live!” Lana Yvette Williams cries out in her book, Under the Shadow: A True Story.
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“Use all you see with respect. And follow my one rule: do not eat from the tree of knowledge of good and evil,” God commands Adam and Eve in Zonderkidz’s children’s book, God’s Great Creation.
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“Today, I can tell you that when your heart is breaking, when you are feeling harassment or the pain of frustration, God wants to help. He wants you to place the weight of all that you’re carrying, all the pain that you’re feeling, into his loving hands, which undergird your own,” Linda Evans Shepherd compassionately writes in her book, The Stress Cure: Praying Your Way to Personal Peace.
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“Are you struggling on the Bethlehem Road? Is your burden of grief or pain too heavy? Do you feel as if God must be out to get you since you are being made to endure such terrible circumstances?” Michael Whitworth asks in his book, Bethlehem Road: A Guide to Ruth
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“He kept telling people that he and Christy were trusting God for what was next for them. She started to wish he’d stop saying that because it wasn’t entirely true. Todd might be trusting God, but she wasn’t sure she was,” Robin Jones Gunn writes in her novel, Forever with You.
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“Did you know you have a core? Every child has an inner place made by God for friendship with Him. You can welcome God into your heart and soul today,” the back jacket states in Callie Grant’s children’s book, Your Core.
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“You’re welcome to stay until I say ‘Nay,’ then it’s time to go, and you can’t say, ‘No,’” Suzy and Karrit repeat the girl’s grandmom’s mantra in Alan H. Jordan’s children’s book, The Monster on Top of the Bed.Continue
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“Two women dead within two weeks. Both pregnant and in their third trimester. One homicide, the other unknown cause. Too coincidental? Jodi planned to find out,” Dianna T. Benson writes in her thriller, Final Trimester.
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“These fake-out cakes are only a small part of our dessert collection, but when we sat down to put this book together we realized that all the sweets in the magazine have something in common: They’re fun, not frilly,” the introduction explains in Food Network Magazine’s book, Sweet: Our Best Cupcakes, Cookies, Candy and More.
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