Tears Fall at Night/Joy Comes in the Morning Combo Vanessa Miller Author
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Tears Fall at Night (Book 1 - Praise Him Anyhow Series)Life was good, God was blessing and the Marshall family was riding high, until Carmella Marshall’s husband, Nelson asks for a divorce and then moves in with his girlfriend—who also happens to be her twenty-three-year-old daughter’s best friend—her son gets arrested, her daughter drops out of college, the bills go unpaid, and then Carmella has a nervous breakdown. The Marshalls have ups and downs like any other family. However, Carmella always thought that God would see them through anything. But when Nelson left and her life fell apart, she realized just how weak she could become, without the strength of God guiding her way. Through prayer, praise, and a love that bonds families together, Carmella renews her trust in the Lord and discovers a way to turn her life around. In TEARS FALL AT NIGHT, the Marshalls discover that even when everything goes wrong, they can still lift their hands and praise God anyhow.Joy Comes in the Morning (Book 2 - Praise Him Anyhow Series)Love was a four-letter word, and trust was an even worse five-letter word that Joy Marshall had no patience for. Young, beautiful and a successful attorney, Joy is any man’s dream, but since her life became a nightmare after her father divorced her mother, she wants nothing to do with the heartache that love can bring. Lance Bryant isn’t fooled by Joy’s cold hearted exterior. He knew she was the one for him at first sight, and would stop at nothing to help her find her way back to love. But even the charismatic Lance Bryant is no match for the pain that has been inflicted on her heart. Joy will need a spiritual intervention that only God can bring if she is ever to truly open her heart and mind to the possibility of love for a lifetime. The Marshall family discovers that although weeping may endure for a night, Joy Comes in the Morning, so you might as well go on and praise Him anyhow.Psalm 137: 1-4By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion. We hanged our harps upon the willows in the midst thereof.For there they that carried us away captive required of us a song; and they that wasted us required of us mirth, saying, “Sing us one of the songs of Zion.†How shall we sing the Lord’s song in a strange land?

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