Night of Anguish, Morning of Hope
How does a Christian live through heart-rending personal tragedy without becoming bitter or defeated? Night of Anguish, Morning of Hope is a rewrite of the true story of 12-yearold Dana Diane Mize, who was abducted from her hometown, taken to an isolated area, and murdered. Despite the horror of the circumstances, the reader cannot help but join Dana’s mother in praise to God for His grace and comfort during the family’s healing process. Dana’s parents, two brothers and a sister were shown, through faith, God’s Sustaining power and His ability to bring good out of evil. They have learned that understanding is not demonstrated by comprehension of circumstances, but by commitment to and communion with God. This is a true story of compassion, faith and forgiveness that can encourage everyone in whatever trial they are experiencing.
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