Abiding Faith, Hidden Treasure
Abiding Faith, Hidden Treasure By:Helen Gumienny Glowacki
Good Condition. (Clean, bright and unmarked. Moderate wear to shiny dust jacket (tiny tear at the flap). Tight binding)
When a terrorist attack harms a one-year-old boy in Iraq, Jim cannot accept that a loving and all powerful God could allow such heartache to exist and loses his faith. He is angered at what he sees as God's complacency in the face of human suffering. Jim's televsion hero, Bill O'Reilly inspires him to develop the art of pithy comments through which he hides his anger while expressing his cynicism. Matt's sister Barbara brings Jim to a family dinner where he challenges her family to prove how creation and evolution can co-exist and to explain the injustices he has witnessed. Despite a reply which shocks him, his hardened heart remains imprisoned until letters from the grave provide a miraculous experience of faith. This poignant story of a gentle hearted young man's journey back to God demonstarates why evil exists, why God allows what He does and what God offers to those who love Him. This sixth book by Helen Glowacki is another story her readers will love.
- Paperback:264 pages
- Publisher:Helen Glowacki (October 20, 2011)
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight:4 ounces