Waiting for Morning: Hearing God's Voice in the Darkness

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Baker Books, 2001 - Nature - 159 pages
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Many people experience times of depression and spiritual dryness. These dark times often defy easy explanations and quick answers. How can people listen for and hear God’s voice while encountering life’s bumps and bruises?Readers will find companionship and hope in the pages of Waiting for Morning, a personal and warmly written account of one woman’s search for God’s guidance in the midst of challenges. The author, an avid gardener and lover of the outdoors, heard God’s voice through the pages of Scripture but also sensed it through evidence of God’s work in creation. The compact chapters of Waiting for Morning, each with a theme around a specific life lesson, will give readers a heightened appreciation of God’s creation and help them find hope during their trials. Sometimes humorous and sometimes poignant, Waiting for Morning celebrates the wonderful and mysterious actions of God in the natural world and in the lives of his people. In addition to being a fitting book for personal reflection, Waiting for Morning will also make an excellent gift or keepsake.

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Contents

Foreword by Phyllis Tickle
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Starry Starry Night
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Into the Tunnel
43
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Cindy Crosby is a full-time freelance writer whose work has appeared in Publishers Weekly, PW Religion BookLine, Christianity Today, Today's Christian Woman, and Marriage Partnership. She and her husband, Jeff, are former independent bookstore owners and the parents of two teenagers, Dustin and Jennifer. They live in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.

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