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Making Home Happy L. D. Avery-Stuttle

Making Home Happy

L. D. Avery-Stuttle

Published July 28th 1997
ISBN : 9781881545132
Paperback
202 pages
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The deacons family, outward upright and proper, is the harbinger of trouble as teenagers Paul and Emma quietly rebel at their fathers stern severity and their mothers lack of warmth and joy. The parents seem unaware of the hurt they are inflictingMoreThe deacons family, outward upright and proper, is the harbinger of trouble as teenagers Paul and Emma quietly rebel at their fathers stern severity and their mothers lack of warmth and joy. The parents seem unaware of the hurt they are inflicting on their family- while seeking a good reputation in the church and community. The cheerless home, including their own unfair, harsh discipline, seen through the eyes of 8 year old twins Jimmy and Jenny, is the subject of many touching private conversations between the two young-sters. A new day begins when the spirit of God melts the deacons heart with a sermon. A transformation begins in his life and that of his wife. The twins can only whisper in amazement at the subsequent changes that come to their home. Not only is their father kind and thoughtful of them, but also to mother and to Emma and Paul. The effects of Gods healing grace make the story of Making Home Happy. The efforts necessary to reclaim not only the deacons children, but other young people in the town who are without hope and love, demonstrate a precious story of practical godliness. As compassion, which have come almost too late for some in the town, he is often moved to tears. Many times he repeats his heartfelt repentance, Whereas I was blind, but now I see!.