Grace Under Fire: The Journey Never Ends

Grace Under Fire: The Journey Never Ends

by Charlotte Russell Johnson


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In Grace Under Fire: The Journey Never Ends, author Charlotte Russell Johnson coins the fourth installment in her series of motivational text. Dr. Johnson continues to share the intimate and personal events in her life to offer encouragement to those suffering. In this text, Dr. Johnson's writing evolves emotionally. The reader is able to view her innermost secrets and emotions. The reader is seduced by the lust of the characters for love and money, while secretly retaining a desire to see their ultimate redemption. These complex characters and their labyrinth of romantic entanglements rival F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby.
The author explores the importance of hope, love, and forgiveness in marriage. This book is excellent for anyone who has experienced love, heartache, betrayal, deception, divorce, remarriage, anticipates becoming married, or working with any of these populations.
They say that you should never burn the bridge that has brought you through, but at what point is the bridge a safety hazard? This is the first question Dr. Johnson leaves the reader pondering.

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ISBN-13: 9780974189338
Publisher: Reaching Beyond, Incorporated
Publication date: 03/09/2005
Pages: 172
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.37(d)

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Grace under Fire: The Journey Never Ends 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Grace under Fire by Charlotte Russell Johnson will show you first hand how to make any homegoing a celebration of life. A funeral should be a time for a family to bond. Planning a funeral is very complicated. It involves a great deal of coordination and organization at a time when you are probably not feeling very organized. Surviving the death of a loved one is very difficult. You experience so many emotions including anger, death, sadness, remorse, and even relief if the loved one was suffering. Now add additional family problems to the equation and you will need to experience Grace from God while under Fire. Ms. Johnson does not demean the experience, but rather offers humor as a way of relieve the pain. Even the Bible says, 'Laughter doeth good like a medicine Every funeral should be a celebration of life. This book changed my life and view of death.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read all of Charlotte Johnson's books. The first book 'A Journey to Hell & Back' was heart wrenching. However, this one is my favorite. As you are reading the first half of the book, it appears that the book is about grief. In a surprise twist the book enters a different dimension and you discover a much deeper story. Keep writing Charlotte.