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Edgewise: plunging off of the brink of drink and into the love of God

by Mrs. Jana Greene

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0615973086, Paperback)

Can a believer in Christ also be an addict or alcoholic? On the edge of active disease and surrender, Jana Greene shares her recovery journey in a collection of raw and honest essays. Somewhere during the process, she let God get a word in edgewise, and plunged into a spiritual awakening that she could not have had any other way. D.T. Niles is famously quoted as having described Christianity as "One beggar telling another beggar where he found bread." This book is a telling of Jana's journey to find food for the spirit, and inviting others to follow. "Because," she says. "When I couldn’t love myself enough to lift myself up, I crawled to Jesus, and he said, “You look hungry … come to the table!” Redemption is the best feast ever.

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