The Burden Is Light: A Spiritual Autobiography [NOOK Book]

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The successful novelist and writer recounts the events that led her to become a born again Christian, and describes the ways her faith has sustained her.
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The Burden Is Light: A Spiritual Autobiography

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Overview

The successful novelist and writer recounts the events that led her to become a born again Christian, and describes the ways her faith has sustained her.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780307515599
  • Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 2/24/2010
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 188
  • Sales rank: 365,804
  • File size: 2 MB

Table of Contents

Introduction vii
Part 1 B.C.
1. The First Time 3
2. Ellen Riley 13
3. Bridge 17
4. Higher Education 19
5. Near Reality 22
6. A Little Fawn Bulldog 26
7. Very Heavy 32
8. The Burden of August, 1949 35
9. The Dream 38
10. A Telephone Call 41
11. The Cross 48
12. Incident 55
13. The Plane 57
14. Letters 59
15. A Very Different New York 63
16. Another Telephone Call 85
17. The Second Time 100
Part 2 "Unshackled!"
18. Train on Wings 109
19. "Go Quickly and Tell!" 114
20. Blunder to Transform 126
21. Upstairs and Down 133
22. No Room for Dramatics! 139
23. Kingdom Work 148
24. The Glop-Era Begins to End 157
25. Across Cornell Avenue 167
26. Given and Taken Away and Given 175
27. A New Un-Daily Life 181
28. "How Great Is That Darkness!" 194
29. Change 203
30. When the Lord Moves 206
31. According to His Riches 215
32. All Colors! 219
33. In Him Is Motion 222
34. "Continue Ye in My Love" 236
35. From the Perspective of Twenty-seven Years 247
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2005

    A Reminder that God is Alive

    This is a moving book that I probably love because she reminds me of myself before I became a Christian. What I love is the realness that is portrayed. These are not plastic Church ladies but real flesh and blood women who find out that Christ is very alive!

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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