One Light Still Shines Hardback
My Life Beyond the Shadow of the Amish Schoolhouse Shooting
by Marie Monville;
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One Light Still Shines
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In the startling tragedy of the Amish schoolhouse shooting at Nickel Mines, one story has never been told; Marie Roberts Monville, the wife of the man who created such horror, tells her story for the very first time. It is a story of sorrow and destruction, but also one of majestic deliverance, unending compassion, breathtaking forgiveness, and grace-filled redemption.
Within a solitary moment, Marie Monville realized that life, as she knew it, was over. What she never anticipated was a tangible encounter with God reaching into her circumstances, through them rewriting all she believed about herself, her faith, and the God she thought she knew. One Light Still Shines reveals three love stories: the innocent love of a devoted wife for a husband in pain, the incomprehensible love of God in the aftermath of massacre and destruction, and the redemptive love of Christ, waiting to unfold in the life of every person who reads this book.
Marie's journey since that darkest of days has been invaded with light which shines through these pages into the darkest questions we all face--questions about our past, our value, our identity, and own powerlessness in this fallen world. Come face to face with the Power behind every answer—a love that begs to be received.
One Light Still Shines by Marie Monville was published by Zondervan in September 2013 and is our 42840th best seller. The ISBN for One Light Still Shines is 9780310336754.
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Details for One Light Still Shines
|Page last updated||11th May 2014|
|Author / Artist||Marie Monville|
|Publisher||Zondervan (September 2013)|
|Number of Pages||320|