Eyes That See: Judson's Story of Hope in Suffering
by Christina Adelseck Levasheff
Publisher:Tate Publishing & Enterprises
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Description of Eyes That See: Judson's Story of Hope in Suffering by Christina Adelseck Levasheff
How do you trust God when your world is unraveling?
How do you deal with unanswered prayer that leaves you brokenhearted?
Eyes that See: Judson's Story of Hope in Suffering follows two-year-old Judson Levasheffa bright, articulate, and healthy young boy whose body unexpectedly began to rapidly deteriorate in the spring of 2007. Enter the story as it actually unfolded, through a collection of journal entries and letters to family and friends as Christina Levasheff takes you on a heart-wrenching yet inspiring account of her family's journey of faith as her first-born son, Judson, is afflicted with a heinous disease. Her honesty as she cries out to God, surrendering in heartache and trusting in brokenness, is powerful and compelling.
This gripping book, filled with laughter, tears, and hope, will challenge all readers to view their own life from a new perspective. The story of this blind and suffering little boy will deeply impact how you view the presence of God in the midst of intense pain. May we all develop Eyes that See.
|Product:|| Eyes That See: Judson's Story of Hope in Suffering|
|Author:|| Christina Adelseck Levasheff|
|Foreword by:|| Emilie Barnes|
|Binding Type:|| Paperback|
|Media Type:|| Book|
|Number of Pages:|| 288|
|Weight:|| 0.7 pounds|
|Length:|| 8.2 inches|
|Width:|| 5.2 inches|
|Height:|| 0.7 inches|
|Publisher:|| Tate Publishing & Enterprises|
|Publication Date:|| April 2010|
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