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A young man planned on giving his friend a ride home from work on a cold December evening but was unable to enter the parking lot. It was a crime scene. He could not reach his friend by cell phone and was worried about his safety. Later he found that the friend was safe but he was shaken and traumatized from the event that had occurred.

He called his mother for comfort. She could hear the fear in his voice and decided to go to his apartment. While driving across town she prayed that she would be able to bring him peace. In her car was a copy of “In Darkness, A Light Still Shines”.

They sat together on his sofa as she read chapter after chapter to him. The combination of their bond and the stories read brought a sense of calm. By the end of their evening both could clearly see that because of Christ, even in darkness a light truly
does shine.

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  1. Gordon Schmid

    This book is designed to take a year to read. (52 chapters) I couldn’t wait that long. Remarkable stories of humans lives touched by other humans. Very powerful.

    Jun 01, 2013 @ 8:26 am