God Has Not Forgotten About You: ...and He Cares More Than You Can Imagine (Google eBook)

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Bethany House, May 1, 2009 - Religion - 208 pages
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When everyday concerns and problems don't subside--when desires of the heart go unmet--it's easy for people to wonder if they've done something wrong or if God cares. In this deeply personal book, Leslie Haskin explores the common challenges and longings in life that can erode faith. Avoiding pat answers, she offers biblical insights and real-life stories to stir the heart and renew the mind. Much more than just a good inspirational book, she gently persuades readers to deal honestly with their hurts and rest fully in the arms of God.
  

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Very uplifting

User Review  - HisamI - Christianbook.com

Leslie Haskin has a writing style that is both uplifting, encouraging, and humorous. It is Biblically based with personal testimonies and experiences as well. I bought this book for me a few months ... Read full review

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User Review  - jennifer - Christianbook.com

i first read leslie's book about her survival of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center. The book was so compelling and beautifully written, I read it in one evening. Naturally I ordered "God Has ... Read full review

Contents

There Is No Spoon
85
Big God Little Things
89
Darcys Story
95
Yea Though I Walk Through the Valley
111
How Much Is That Life in the Bible? The Price of Grace
115
Pressing Through Suffering
121
Expect the Unexpected
129
Oh Really?
137
Now We Live in It
157
A Call to Arms
161
Let the Words of My Mouth
167
My Book of Prayers
175
Just Do It For the Love of God
185
And Now His Praises Make It Glorious
191
It Really Is a Wonderful Life
195
An Invitation
203

What Perfect Looks Like
143
A Few of My Favorite Things
149

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About the author (2009)

Leslie Haskin has become the voice of hope for many since her miraculous escape from the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, which she wrote about in Between Heaven and Ground Zero. Today Leslie is active in outreach ministry and is the founding director of Safe HUGS, an agency that helps victims of domestic abuse. She makes her home in Newburgh, New York.

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