Abiding Faith, Hidden Treasure Helen Gumienny Glowacki

ISBN: 9781441562036

Published: September 8th 2009


264 pages


Abiding Faith, Hidden Treasure  by  Helen Gumienny Glowacki

Abiding Faith, Hidden Treasure by Helen Gumienny Glowacki
September 8th 2009 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 264 pages | ISBN: 9781441562036 | 6.34 Mb

This sixth novel by Helen Gumieeny Glowacki, Abiding Faith, Hidden Treasure , is about a young man who has lost his trust in God because he cannot accept an all-powerful God who allows evil to go unchecked and evil people to prosper. His experiences in Iraq, his lack of faith, and his love of the pithy comments his hero Bill OReilly acclaims cause pain to the family he loves and those who become his role models. A special legacy of faith supports the family through the pain of illness and the loss of a child, but it is the constancy of the families love that helps him understand Gods plan and chips away at his hardened heart.

He undergoes an incredible experience of faith when he reads the letters Grandma provided for them years after her death.

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