Hope (My Theme in Glory Book One)

“Hope,” I thought. “What a small word for such a big thing.”

The broken world groans. Oh, for a beacon of light! Where is something to live for—to kindle the spark of excitement, to calm the heart, to impart love, joy, and peace—and perhaps to shine the light of God’s glory on earth as in heaven?


In these twenty-two sweet stories and poems, experience the dawning of a sure, unfailing hope. Join a plethora of relatable characters young and old in their journey through the heights and depths of suffering—a cancer diagnosis, a shocking accident, the loss of a dear family member. Wrestle with the agony of a missing loved one, an unavoidable mortgage, or a tough move. Experience the ache of rejection and loneliness, misunderstanding and oppression, and illnesses both physical and mental. Yet in the midst of each heartache winds a strong, undying cord of hope—that light in the darkness, that beacon, that anchor of the soul. As you smile, cry, and sigh through each heartfelt piece, perhaps you too will grasp ahold of your own hope again.

For our God is our glorious Hope.

Find it here!








3 thoughts on “Hope (My Theme in Glory Book One)

    • Oh no, sorry for confusing you, Amelia! This is just a book spotlight/promo for an anthology of stories by some ladies from the King’s Daughters Writing Camp.

      Also, ‘cornfuzzled’? I love it! 🙂


      • Ohhhh, okay, I see! Thanks for clearing that up! I figured maybe you hadn’t written it since it wasn’t mentioned in the “My Books” portion of the blog…but I needed clarification. 😃

        LOL, I think that was a spin off of my dad’s word “cornfused”!

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