That Faith, That Trust, That Love

That Faith, That Trust, That Love

by Jamellah Ellis
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That Faith, That Trust, That Love 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My book club, In The Company of My Sistahs, read this selection as our last read. I could not put this book down. The author skillfully weaves intricate truths into a beautiful fabric. I'll be looking for this author's next title.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I had the pleasure of reading this book for a book club (Christian)and this was by far the best, most tastefully written book under the auspices of Christian Fiction. Boring....NOT...Humorous and relatable you bet....I enjoyed every characters and their uniqueness. I refuse to give the book away in the review, however this is a must read..I am so proud of the author. Can't wait to read something else by Ms. Ellis. Please ladies if you are doubtful and thinking every Christian read is 'dry' and preachy get this book. Our book club ranges from early 30's to late 50's and ALL the women could identify with the trials and truimphs. I love, love love this book....If you don't read get it for a friend.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book had me falling over laughing. The characters came to life, and I hate to say goodbye to them. At other points I had my mouth covered waiting for the tears to fall from my eyes. While still in other parts I jumped and waved my hand saying, 'Hallelujiah!' Everyone should read this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had the chance to read this book for my church book club and I have found it to be so good, when I put it down to do something I would hurry just to get back to finish reading it. I would really encourage this book to someone who has an issue of trust, or faith in love.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really, really enjoyed this book. I did not want to put it down. Marley's search for the Lord really hit home. I felt as if I was on the journey with her. And that Lazarus, what a character. I would love to meet a man like that, so for all you men out there who are trying to court a lady, read this book and follow Lazarus' techniques. He really does come forth! All in all great book and I will definitely recommend it for any type of singles or youth group. I can't wait for Ms. Ellis to come out with more novels maybe even with a part 2 to this book!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This a speacial book. The beautiful thing about it is that it takes you slowly through each emotion, from anxiety, to fear, to sadness and onto joy. An excellent weekend read...
Guest More than 1 year ago
Marley is the central character in this book and the central theme to me was family relationships and dynamics of the bond between mother and daughter and the ever-present greatness of God in healing bonds. How important bonds are and the nurturing it takes to make successes of these bonds made this Christian Fiction book, more real that the word ¿fiction¿ implies. Ma Grand and her daughter Pam had a strained relationship at best. Ma Grand was from the `old school¿ so to say, where it wasn¿t as important to say those three magical words `I love you¿ as it was to show them. She had inherited those traits from her parents so saw no need to give that type of attention to her daughter Pam. When Marley came along, Pam felt differently about that towards her daughter and willingly lavished not only positive words, but also influence and affection upon her. It is this relationship that propels Marley to experience the same in her relationship with Gerrard her fiancé. As the novel begins, we are transported to the engagement party of this socialite couple and while things appear bright from the heavy hitters on the invitation list, looks can be deceiving. As Marley soon finds out, her fiancé has other interests that don¿t place his relationship with her in the forefront of his decisions and this leads to their eventual demise. As Marley searches for strength in the midst of this pain, illness strikes home with her mother Pam. Shrouded in seemingly dark clouds, an invitation to join her secretary in church provides a ray of sunshine to Marley. As if God is speaking to her with every word that proceeds from the Minister¿s mouth, Marley has at last found solace - a resting place for her heart and soul. An added bonus is the introduction of Lazarus into her life a God Fearing Christian, upright man. Not many of them exist today and what a treasure when one is found. It is through this relationship, with this Godly man that Marley reconciles in her mind the relationship between Ma Grand and her mother, and the relationship between her mother and herself. God creates and nurtures bonds on an individual basis because of his omnipresence. Marley blossoms into a strong Christian woman through the love of a great man and the love of great family. Through That Faith, That Trust, That Love that Marley has for God, the manifestation is seen throughout her relationships others. This is a very inspirational read to those of us who want our lives to be used by God for his purpose.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found this book to be a truly typical example of the things in life that wears us down and gives us only one alternative in life left to choose and that is Jesus, only after we have tried our way and have failed in every attempts. Mother-daughter relationships are not always sugary in real life as the author demonstrated in her story line, but through the blood and love of a saviour miracles do happen. The main character of Marley was highly utilized in motivation to bring about a change in her life as well as the two women whom she loved the most. The author did well in displaying the emotions you find yourself wrapped in when you tangle with God.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I went into one of my favorite bookstores to purchase a book that was highly recommended to me entitled 'Waiting to Exit Hell,' and it was an exceptional book. Then I asked the book store clerk if he could recommend another good Christian novel and he referred 'That Faith, Trust & Love,' by this author. It was a delightful story. The fiancee was your typical corporate male chauvenist (sp?), but the boyfriend was the type of man that I, and I'm sure many other Christian women, only dream of. If you like secular love stories, you'll enjoy this Christian love story.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is an outstanding, well-written story about a young woman who experiences various trials in her life, but comes out victorious with God's help. The characters come to life and their experiences are so real. I couldn't put the book down and read it in two days flat!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was thought provoking and made me cry. Made you want to praise God and keep the faith
Wivesclub More than 1 year ago
A must read for anyone who is a believer that if we put our faith, trust and love in God, he will send us the mate he has chosen for us. I enjoyed this book and highly recommend it and look forward to the next novel by Jamellah Ellis!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Faith in God is not always easy. This story has paved a new t Road for me. I had nit realized i was settling into my relatuonship with God untilvreading this story. Praise be to God.
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