My Hope is Found

My-Hope-Is-Found-682x1024The last book in The Cadence of Grace series by Joanne Bischof debuts this week!

You can read about the first two books here: Be Still My Soul and Though My Heart is Torn. 

Cadence-of-Grace-image2-1024x870My Hope is Found continues the story of Gideon and Lonnie.

I love the theme of forgiveness and redemption that covers their journey.

This is a book for those that have felt

There’s no hope,” she breathed.

 

The characters have to decide if God can be enough.

 

Gideon finds change through God’s love. The book is about a man that longed for the kind of faith that changes.

One of my favorite lines of this book is when Gideon prays ‘he could always remember the path that had led him there.’

This is such a poignant reminder that our mistakes, our struggles, all the hard grow us into the people God created us to be.

 

Gossip is something Lonnie has to face in this book. I love in the study discussion where it explained how she learned to take gossip for what it is- empty words. Even if one can turn the other check to gossip, it still has deep effects on a life. We can remember through this book, how our words effect hope.

 

This is a beautiful conclusion to Joanne’s debut series. God uses Joanne’s words to give hope, and I can’t wait to see what he will do through her next. Visit her at her website, her Facebook page, and newsletter.

Cadence-of-Grace-1-1024x691What has helped you find hope? How has faith changed you? 

Leave a comment and be entered to win a copy! 

5 thoughts on “My Hope is Found

  1. I find hope in the Word and in the life of other believers. I look back and see God’s faithfulness to me and others, and I look forward trusting in his promises. It’s hard to know how faith has changed me. I find it easier to tell the difference between fading and lasting things. 🙂

  2. Facing a potentially lethal illness, and working in an area where daily exposure to unspeakable cruelty is a ghastly norm, I sometimes find hope elusive.

    So I work every day to nurture the hope that there is Hope, and that one day all the hurts will be set right.

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