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➹ [Reading] ➻ The Witness By Grace Livingston Hill ➮ – Citybreakscheap.co.uk A powerful story of grace from the pen of Grace Livingston Hill Star athlete student and fraternity president Paul Courtland watches while a college classmate falls to an untimely death Struck by his Reading The Witness By Grace Livingston Hill Citybreakscheapcouk A powerful story of grace from the pen of Grace Livingston Hill Star athlete student and fraternity president Paul Courtland watches while a college classmate falls to an untimely

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The WitnessCeful room and in the faith he has discovered A friend introduces him to a young woman who is certain to bring him out of his somber mood and into trouble After yet another tragedy Paul must choose to follow his emotions or his faith Will his choice even matter to those around him?

The Witness reader í Paperback Û citybreakscheap Marcia MacDonaldalso published under the name Grace Livingston Hill LutzA popular author of her day she wrote over novels and numerous short stories of religious and Christian fiction Her characters were most often young female ingénues freuently strong Christian women or those who become so within the confines of the storyniece to.

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  • Vivienne

    The Witness reader í Paperback Û citybreakscheap The WitnessVintage Christian FictionI have read many books by Isabella Alden this author’s aunt but this is my first Grace Livingston Hill I found her story telling to be as compulsive as Alden’s and it is understandable that books by both these authors have stood the test of time They both wrote Christian fiction with a strong gospel message and both used everyday situations and events as a base for their storiesIn this book a young college man Stephen is a committed Christian and as he seems to prefer studying to joining his fellow students in their extra curricular activities they decide to play a prank on him The ringleader Pat McCluny is the hard man of the college football team and he and his friends are determined to bring Stephen down to their level although of course Pa


  • Angie Thompson

    The Witness reader í Paperback Û citybreakscheap The WitnessI liked the strong faith element in this and the emphasis on the Holy Spirit's presence and leading Didn't particularly like the fact that the romantic element was so focused on the wrong romance with so little attention given to the right one The rose colored glasses that everyone seemed to view Gila with frustrated me to no


  • Anna

    The Witness reader í Paperback Û citybreakscheap The WitnessA wonderful allegory loosely based on the story of Stephen and SaulPaul from the Bible Stephen Paul Pat and 'Nelly' are college classmates Stephen is a little too goody goody for the gang and they decide to take some of his polish off by forcing him to swear and attend a risue theater production When Stephen stands against them they give up on the swearing and forcibly tote him to the theater During the product


  • Anna

    The Witness reader í Paperback Û citybreakscheap The WitnessNot my first time reading this one but I liked it well enough to read again when I realized that A 'modern' retelling of the New Testament story of Paul The good characters are a little too wonderful and the bad ones a little too black for it to be great writing but it made me think about how I am living my life which I think is important in good Christian fiction


  • Perry Whitford

    The Witness reader í Paperback Û citybreakscheap The WitnessI've got nothing against religious enthusiasm Does it have to be this dull though?College jock Paul Courtland gets stung by the religious bug after a near death experience when he is visited by the 'Presence' Shame it took him another three hundred pages to work out what it means


  • Margaret

    The Witness reader í Paperback Û citybreakscheap The WitnessGrace Livingston Hill lived 1895 1947 and wrote than 100 books I discovered them at age 12 or 13 and devoured them I started reading them again when I discovered so many public domain titles available for Kindle They're usually classified as romances but the romance is just background for social commentary They always include a character of means who is somehow led to make a better life for children of the street or someone else in dire straits sometimes a love interestIn this title a young man witnesses a tragedy he could have prevented and is led to be a better person There's also a romance which is threatened by a real JezebelAlthough the books follow a formula aren't great literature and are probably way too preachy for some they never fail to deliver a good story that keeps me reading They're also real tear jerkers


  • Julia

    The Witness reader í Paperback Û citybreakscheap The WitnessExcellent story A young man tries to understand the feeling he has of Christ’s Presence in his life after a serious brush with


  • Bre Teschendorf

    The Witness reader í Paperback Û citybreakscheap The WitnessAlthough we all know old Gracey tends to be a bit of an exaggerator syrupy sweet characters terrible villains I found this book to be a tad on the mark I found Jena to be exactly like several women I have met and the struggles that Paul faced made him very real to life and likeable Of course it would be a Grace Livingston book without a very happy ending and this book does't fail to satisfy Both spiritually uplifting and entertaining I would say that this is one of her best novels


  • Liz

    The Witness reader í Paperback Û citybreakscheap The WitnessBeautiful story Beautiful picture of motherhood The main character is a type of Paul from the new testament There is a parallel throughout the story between the main character's and Paul's lives One of my favorite things about this books is the mother that Paul comes to know and love


  • Lorie Layne

    The Witness reader í Paperback Û citybreakscheap The WitnessI love to read books by this author since she was my mothers favorite Even though they were written so long ago they just