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Sunday, October 4, 2009

Blogoversary Giveaway #26



This is a US only giveaway. Author Bryan Davis is gladly willing to send a winner a copy of his new title I Know Why the Angels Dance. I just loved Mr. Davis' Reflections from the Edge series and I expect anything else from him would be just as challenging and good to read as well. Click here to download a pdf of the First Chapter.

You can also read my reviews by clicking these links:
Zondervan
Bryan Davis
Beyond the Reflection's Edge
Eternity's Edge
Nightmare's Edge


Genre - Adult Contemporary, Suitable for teenagers.

I Know Why the Angels Dance


What happens when the darkness of unspeakable tragedy collides with the
infinite glory of heaven? What salve can heal the deepest of wounds when
dawn breaks and the nightmare is real? What words can console a grieving
father or mother when the blossom of the womb fades and falls? Images of
hope, soft words that set the mind at ease, beautiful memories brought home
by a beautiful story.

I Know Why the Angels Dance is a healing salve; it incites a cleansing
catharsis; it serves as a holy image-maker, mending hearts and minds with
glimpses of heaven's glory. It opens spiritual eyes. We are all on a
collision course with the unknown. Will it be a plunge into darkness or a
passing from one existence into a brighter one?

Two fathers, one in the light and one in darkness, each face the reality of
that passage, and both struggle to find and apply the healing balm. Yet, God
uses the faith of a child to reach out to the downcast-the hand of an
extraordinary girl leads them to the healing they long for.

The reality of death meets the hope of the ages, and the victory comes in
the visions and songs of a little girl. After reading I Know Why the Angels
Dance, you will cherish life and family like never before, and the passage
everyone must make will no longer be a leap into darkness. It will be a step
into glory.

Have you ever seen God use the Faith of a child?


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21 comments and creative thoughts:

Vicki said...

Yes, I've seen God use the faith of a child and it's an awesome thing to witness.

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Vicki said...

Added your blog to my Technorati favs

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I follow via Google Friend Connect

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I'm subscribed via Feedburner

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I follow on Twitter: VickiLN

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I'm a Facebook Fan

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I posted your button on my blog HERE

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I posted this giveaway button on my sidebar HERE

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adge said...

Yes. But not necessarily first hand. I've read in the news and in a Chicken Soup book about it though. I may have seen it first-hand but I can't think of a time right now. This has great reviews on most of the book sites I look at.
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Sheila Deeth said...

Following. Twittering. And the picture's irresistible. Sounds a lovely book.
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Admin said...

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Chelsea said...

I see God use the faith of a child everytime I volunteer at the children's ward at the local hospital. These children show courage, faith, and love in everything they do.

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Chelsea said...

Im a facebook fan.

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--Chelsea

Chelsea said...

I follow through google.

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--Chelsea

Abi said...

Yes, it's wonderful how God can use a child's faith.

I love Mr. Davis's books.

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Abi said...

I'm a subscriber
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I follow you

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Your listed on y blog listing

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I have your icon in my side bar

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your anniversary icon is in side bar as well

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Abi said...

I have blogged about your giveaway .

http://myheartbelongs2books.blogspot.com/2009/10/bloggerversary-giveaways-this-week.html

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