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A Promise Child by Kathryn Spurgeon

Great Is Thy Faithfulness

A Promise Child by Kathryn Sprugeon is a powerful Christian historical tale about the author’s grandparents and their experiences in 1930’s America. The period was one of depression. People suffered but survived due to their hope and faith. “Hope was something we could share with others.” Hope is infectious. It is life sustaining. Without hope, we die.

Faith was vital to pull you through the tough times. “I didn’t have an answer but I knew I must hold on to the faith God had given us.” We will never have all the answers this side of eternity but we have to trust that God is good. He will not abandon us to suffer alone.

In the hard times it is natural to question God. We wonder where He is and why He doesn’t act? We need to remember that God’s ways are not our ways but He is still faithful even when we don’t understand.

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