Using gentle word pictures featuring various elements of Montana's scenic landscape, author Barbara Hughes presents Elk in the Moonlight, a collection of musings that communicates God's purpose not only for the created world we live in, but also for the individuals who reside here.
Elk in the Moonlight takes a measured look at the plans and patterns that God established as part of creation and provides a unique opportunity to glean significant life applications, including courage, patience, self-examination, appreciation, and joy. Hughes, who lives near Flathead Lake in northwest Montana, writes about the sights, sounds and smells of the natural world around her. The essays address the song of the robin, discuss how horses cultivate friendships with one another, explain how turkeys sleep in trees, recall how it can snow in Montana in June, and describe geraniums profuse in their color and blooms from April through October.
Including illustrations, this collection shows how God is seen in nature everywhere-from diminutive singing birds to statuesque trees and jovial water ways. It communicates how He presents a wide variety of lessons to make our lives richer.
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