Grace closed her eyes and laid her head against the frosty glass of her window. Dead at forty, her mind kept repeating like a bad soundtrack to the day. Forty was supposed to be a joke, the place where life begins. But...Matthew was gone, leaving behind a son who desperately needed him and a widow who couldn't fill the gap. No one ever said that life was fair...and for Grace Green, it's a lesson painfully learned. Being widowed in her thirties was hard. Creating a new life for herself and Sam, her young son, was even harder. But nothing could prepare Grace for the devastating series of events yet to come. Just when she's begun to move on, her carefully reconstructed life is shattered by vicious betrayal, leaving her isolated-her world in ruins. Although wounded and wary, she longs for healing and hope, but can she set aside her quest for vindication and learn to rest in The Sufficiency of Grace? A moving and emotional story that illustrates God's ability to use bad for good, The Sufficiency of Grace shows the extraordinary depths of God's love for all, taking us from a place of brokenness to a place of peace and restoration.
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Beautiful--must read for everyone.