The City of LoveeBook - 2011
Oh boy! This book is a great picker upper. If you are discouraged with society of today, read this book. The characters are great and the story is warm with love." Sharon McGovern" This is an awesome book. I love how the main character resolves problems and his outlook on life. This is a book I would gladly read to my children and grandchildren. Wonderful for all ages. Can't wait to read more books by him." Wendy WestPreviously published as, "The Simplest of Gifts, the Greatest of Powers."One lonely and desperate night, Thomas Saxton knelt on the dirt floor of his run-down shack and pled for God to end to his miserable life. His prayer was so sincere, so filled with pain, God decided to answer his prayer. What happened next gave Thomas the surprise of his life! Love: It's the simplest of gifts, the greatest of powers. Love and service transform lives. The City of Love is a work of Christian fiction that's motivational while not being an, 'in your face' inspirational book. It has fantasy; it has action adventure but it also teaches. It's a great read for the whole family. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : H. Bradley Stucki, 2011.
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: data file 1 online resource
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