• Title: Touched by Mercy
  • Author: Tina Pinson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Touched by Mercy Angelina She wasn t Samantha s daughter but she should have been Sam mothered her with love like she was her own The child became heaven in her world Now the child was gone Samantha felt her world sl
    Angelina She wasn t Samantha s daughter, but she should have been Sam mothered her with love like she was her own The child became heaven in her world Now the child was gone Samantha felt her world slipping away She had to find Angelina She prayed But doubted God would hear her How could he when she was so dirty And how could she trust a God who she believed abanAngelina She wasn t Samantha s daughter, but she should have been Sam mothered her with love like she was her own The child became heaven in her world Now the child was gone Samantha felt her world slipping away She had to find Angelina She prayed But doubted God would hear her How could he when she was so dirty And how could she trust a God who she believed abandoned her Hopefully this God wouldn t abandon Angelina God uses the gentle hands of another carpenter to strip back the layers of abuse that have tarnished her faith and worth to teach Sam there is mercy instead of shame, and love And though it seems out of reach, she always had freedom in Christ.

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    1. Tina Pinson has a way of bringing a reader into a book and investing one's heart in her original characters and plot. Touched by Mercy drew me to the heroine Samantha, a grown survivor of childhood trauma who has made it her mission in life to help other abused children around the turn of the century. The book begins when Sam's half-sister Lorena abandons Angelina, the toddler Sam has grown to love as her own daughter. At the same time, Sam escapes an arranged marriage with a lecherous senior ci [...]

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