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Sunlight Burning at Midnight a memoir by Jessica Ronne


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Jessica Ronne

Jessica Ronne

In 2004 I heard the news that no mother wants to hear; your child will surely die.  My unborn baby was diagnosed with severe hydrocephalus and I was told repeatedly that there was no hope.  That baby miraculously lived and thrives today, walking, talking and surpassing every prediction ever made about his life.  A few short years later in 2007 and another child added to my brood, my husband was diagnosed with brain cancer.  We fought that battle for three years and then in the summer of 2010 he received his healing in heaven.  I was left a widow with four young children and then a miracle happened.  My God blessed me beyond measure with a man in Oklahoma who had lost his wife to the same incurable disease four days after my late husband had died. He was struggling with raising three young children without a mother and was committed to praying for a wife and mother to enter their lives.  We were connected by a complete stranger who followed both of our online ramblings.  Completely smitten with one another, we met 6 weeks after the first correspondence, become engaged two months after contact, and married within the year.  This is our story of faith, hope and love.  Never give up hope!! Just keep livin!!

Another book review coming from Mabel Grace. She really enjoys the spotlight (shocking, I know), and loves participating in these reviews on mom’s blog. Lindsay Franklin’s Adored devotional book for young women, was another perfect opportunity for her to showcase how relevant these books are for a young women like herself.  



Hi, my name is Mabel. I am here to tell you about an amazing book that helped me with a few things that I am not very good at, well actually not at all. What I mean is that I am not good with patience. The book that I am talking to you about is called Adored 365 devotions for young women, young women like me and others. The page that I really liked was on day 148th, all about patience, and trust me I am not good with patience at all. If teachers tell me to wait in line for the next ride or roller coaster or anything! I can’t be patience. My mom gave me this book and asked me to read over it and see what I could find. I think when she asked me that she wanted me to find the right devotions for the right fit for me. If you or your family is going through bad situations or a problem with being kind or even with patience like me, take the time to read this book. It is really interesting. If you are in need or having trouble with something, even if you are just bored, why don’t you just go and read the book and have fun reading it. If you’re one of the people who hate reading but you love the Lord then give it a try anyways! I think you’ll really like the book Adored. Thank you!


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Just keep livin!

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