No Dark Valley

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Baker Books, Nov 1, 2008 - Fiction - 496 pages
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Award-winning author Jamie Langston Turner has developed a loyal following of readers with her well-developed characters who realistically struggle with matters of life and faith. When Celia Coleman's grandmother dies, she must return to the small town she hoped never to see again. Her memories of her grandmother's home and church--and of her own behavior there--are not happy ones. The man next door is struggling with guilt over his own past, and Celia wants nothing to do with him. In this masterfully written, inspiring story of reconciliation, both will come to recognize the vastness of God's grace.
 

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This book was good, but long. Both of the main characters would tell their story in a stream of consciousness type of way--so that it could take half an hour of listening to get through a simple ... Read full review

Contents

On That Beautiful Shore
Where the Still Waters Flow
And the Morning Breaks Eternal
Marching Through Immanuels Ground
Where Bright Angel Feet Have Trod
Some Melodious Sonnet
Each Earthly
Silent in the Grave
Pilgrim Through This Barren Land
Fathomless Billows of Love
Part Two Hear O Hear Us When We Pray
One Holy Passion
Fast Falls the Eventide
Emblem of Suffering
Music in the Sinners Ears
Deathbeds Are Coming

Of Every Good Possessed
A Green Hill Far Away
With Every Morning Sacrifice
Ten Thousand Charms
Just Beyond the Shining River
Yonder Sacred Throng
Not a Shadow Not a Sigh
Frail Children of Dust
The Burning of the Noonday Heat
On the Page White and Fair
Till the Last Beam Fadeth
Those Wide Extended Plains
No Other Fount
All His Jewels Precious Jewels
Mount Pisgahs Lofty Height
Where No Tears Will Ever Fall
This World of Toil and Snares
Out of Distress to Jubilant Psalm
And Grace Will Lead Me Home
Deeper Than the Mighty Rolling
The Song of HarvestHome
Part Three Thou Hast Loved Us Love Us Still
Through the Storm Through the Night
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Jamie Langston Turner, a teacher for 30 years, has written extensively for a variety of periodicals. Her novels have earned both the Angel and Christy awards. Currently a professor of creative writing and poetry at Bob Jones University, Jamie has lived in the South all her life and currently resides with her husband and son in South Carolina.

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