My Review and Comments on this book:
Florence and Will are newlyweds and have had a long distance relationship before they were married. There is always a period of adjustment, learning about that person and really getting to know each other. At times, Florence seems immature and so does Will, but who has not had to grow up when they are married at a very young age and spent more time apart than they did together before getting married. Also, how she has really started growing in her faith by prayer and reading God's Word. She used the difficult time to memorize scripture, pray and trust God.
How well do you know your spouse? You think that everything is fine and then they start distancing themselves from you and then you wake up one morning and they tell you they are leaving. How are you suppose to feel? They don't tell you the reason that they are leaving and you have to trust them. Also, the only way to communicate is through written letters. You have to trust the person and believe that they love you and will return to you and the home that you have begun to build together. How could your faith stand the test? How would you handle the situation? Could totally trust and depend on God to meet your needs and answer your prayers.
I enjoyed reading and seeing through words the love story between Will and Florence blossom and unfold. Her also growing in her faith and trusting in God.
Don’t miss this month’s Quilts of Love book, A Stitch and a Prayer, by Eva Gibson. A quilt becomes a labor of love for a lonely wife mysteriously separated from her young husband.
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- A Promise in Pieces by Emily Wierenga
- A Stitch and a Prayer by Eva Gibson
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