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The Sound Of Rain by Sarah Loudin Thomas

Following Your Dreams

The Sound Of Rain by Sarah Loudin Thomas is a marvellous Christian historical novel set in 1954.

The story has the theme of healing – both physical and from scars of the past. A sufferer of PTSD (unrecognised at the time) must learn how to live again when everywhere he turns reminds him of his loss. He needed “a safe place to heal from the war.”

We all have dreams for our children but when their dream and our dream create conflict, rifts occur. We need to listen to God’s call on our heart. “I’ve learned to listen when the good Lord gives me a holy nudge.”

We are called to help others but “You can do God’s work anywhere.” We do not need to travel overseas to find lost and hurting people.

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The Sound Of Rain by Sarah Loudin Thomas

Shining A Light

The Sound Of Rain by Sarah Loudin Thomas is a marvellous Christian historical romance which I devoured.

It was a cracking story set in 1954 which wove certain facts into fiction. With a comprehensive cast of characters, the reader will find that they weave their way into your heart.

The novel’s main themes are about knowing God and having the correct priorities. “There’s making money and then there’s making a living.” There is nothing wrong with having money and possessions but when they are your sole focus, something is wrong. People should come first. Relationships should be a priority as it is too late once people are gone.

There are characters who have hearts for people, who put people first and cannot be swayed by bribery.

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A Tapestry Of Secrets by Sarah Loudin Thomas

In Sickness And In Health

TapestryA Tapestry Of Secrets by Sarah Loudin Thomas is a contemporary Christian romance. It is the third book in the Appalachian Blessings series but can be read as a stand-alone.

I really enjoyed A Tapestry Of Secrets. It had a real feel good factor to it with God and family at the very heart.

Perla has a secret. A secret she has kept since 1948 and now she wants to share it. The novel shows how secrets can be a real burden. They can drag us down with their weight. It is always better to deal with the truth. Being truthful can bring freedom from our burdens.

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