For Everything a Season: Simple Musings on Living Well

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Walker & Company, 2001 - Religion - 192 pages
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In the course of our lives, we discover the wisdom of Ecclesiastes -- for everything there is a season. No writer depicts the seasons of life like Philip Gulley, the bestselling author of Front Porch Tales and Hometown Tales, whose readers have found that a visit to his hometown is a balm to the soul. Now this master storyteller delights us with tender, often humorous stories that celebrate the seasons of divine grace in our sometimes turbulent lives.

Filled with a cast of loveable and quirky characters and punctuated with simple miracles, the truths of life in this small town speak with uncanny clarity to our own befuddled world. No matter where you live, no matter what your season, you are invited to come along for the journey to where all is in place under heaven.

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This series of essays is based on the famous poem in Ecclesiastes 3 (also famously set to music as "Turn, Turn, Turn"), which begins, "For everything there is a season…." Phil Gulley, the author of ... Read full review

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Great stories that after your done reading will make you feel good. Better than the Chicken Soup books. Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Philip Gulley, author of the popular Harmony series of novels, including Home to Harmony and Almost Friends, is renowned for his wit and keen observations about spirituality and life. A Quaker pastor, he is also author of the nonfiction Porch Talk series and hosts "Porch Talk with Phil Gulley" on an Indiana PBS television station.

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