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Sunrise by Grace Livingston Hill

Sunrise (1937)

by Grace Livingston Hill

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I have always liked this author as she writes with a great salvation message in almost all of her stories. You get to see and feel the characters heartaches and joys and watch lives transformed by the power of the Gospel.

In this story a young man will be accused of a crime he did not commit and finds himself running away to sea. It will be the memory of a young girl he left behind and her trust in him that will help him through the trials ahead. Another young man will set out to find him and bring him back to those he loves and he also will have the love of a young woman praying for him back home.

I don't often shed tears when reading a story, but this one brought tears to my eyes. But joy cometh in the morning! Another good story by one of my favorite authors. ( )
  judyg54 | Dec 29, 2015 |
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At half past ten on Wednesday morning young Jason Whitney came out of the bank and walked down main Street in the opposite direction from his home with a hard set look on his face.
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