By Karen Kingsbury
#1 New York Times bestselling writer Karen Kingsbury's undying selection of actual tales celebrating God's presence in friendship.
during this heartwarming booklet, the outstanding strength of friendship is confirmed via remarkable reviews within the lives of normal women and men. Karen Kingsbury has accumulated jointly real-life examples of pals who're there for every different simply because they need to be, now not simply because they need to be. those uplifting tales illustrate that precise friendship is made up of love and laughter, compassion and figuring out. And while existence sends a problem that can't be met on my own, God offers a chum whilst one is required so much.
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Well look, it’s good to have you here,” he said, sitting back down behind his desk. “Hang out for a month, come to a few meetings, see how you like it. ” Rather ominously, there was no mention of the fact that Si wanted to meet me. Still, this didn’t seem like the right time to bring it up. “Listen, thank you very much for giving me this opportunity,” I said, trying to sound sincere. “I really, really appreciate it. ” Graydon narrowed his eyes at me. ” he said. ” He paused. “It’s not nothing— don’t get me wrong—but it’s not that great either.
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A Treasury of Miracles for Friends: True Stories of Gods Presence Today by Karen Kingsbury