Dr. Howard Sterling is on his way home when he comes upon a woman in a snow drift. Meanwhile Martha Spicer, elderly spinster, takes an interest in taming one of the local boys who seem to run wild in the streets. Then Janet disappears without telling the doctor about her true identity. But the hand of Providence is about to bring these four souls together in a marvelous way.
Adah’s goal in life was to be independent. Convinced by her sisters and a jealous classmate at school that she was less than adequate to become a wife, she decided at a young age that she would never marry. Without the guidance of a loving mother, she relied on her father and a caring housekeeper to help her move from a tree climbing girl to a young woman. When she realized that a single woman deserved a clean home and good food, she began a completely different education; one that led her to realize that she enjoyed taking care of her father and the few renters they welcomed into their home.
Johnson Oatman Jr’s classic hymn “Count Your Blessings” forms the basis of this inspirational title. Overflowing with thoughtful devotions, prayers, memorable quotations, and Bible promises, every woman will find the blessings, encouragement, joy, and comfort her heart truly desires.
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Blending her own experiences with an intimate grasp of spirituality, Sue Monk Kidd relates the passionate and moving tale of her spiritual crisis, when life seemed to have lost meaning and her longing for a hasty escape from the pain yielded to a discipline of “active waiting.”