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Posted December 17, 2012
The Colors Will Change by Louis N. Jones is the story of Carline
The Colors Will Change by Louis N. Jones is the story of Carline Lissade, a Haitian woman who finds herself in hiding after connecting with professional criminals in an attempt to find work and survive. Carline had always been poor, though she didn't know it, because she was raised in a loving family. But, when Carline's father, mother and brother are all taken from her, she's alone, desperate and unsuccessful at making her own miracles and then realizes just how much she needs God.
Carline puts her reservations about God behind her, and calls out to Him in prayer for rescue. He saves her, and sends Mamie, Myles, Simon, Alyce and reconnects her with Tim after two years, to show her that God really does place the lonely in families.
This book was slow starting, and because of that I wasn't sure I'd enjoy it. But, I stuck with it and am glad I did. The book finished well, and included some highly profound spiritual truths that I hadn't expected to come across while reading it.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher through BookCrash.
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