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Matthew 13:44 Paperback – July 14, 2014
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That is what author Scott Coren had to realized and through his novel MATTHEW 13:44 he has been able to share that with others. In the character Lucy we are able to see what happens when the live you know and love is shattered and you're left to pick up the pieces. Will you be able to do it without falling apart, and will you be able to recognize that even in the most difficult situation our Heavenly Father is there for us, whether we recognize Him or not.
Once Lucy decided to give things over to the One that is larger than her she realized not only could she have peace but find a reason to smile again.
A story with love, loss, setbacks and blessings, MATTHEW 13:44 shows us that at the end of the day what matters is that we appreciate the love of God and recognize all that He has done on our behalf.
Andrew is determined to have her sign papers that will make them rich, which her husband for good reason had refused to do, and neither the specific maps of value, nor data on the maps are anywhere to be found.This causes Lucy distrust and suspicion of everyone around her. She can no longer trust her in-laws, her lawyer or Andrew.
Her moments of anguish deepen as to how she and her child will survive after she learns that her life insurance money and her medical insurance are stopped due to the murder investigation. Her daughter's medical issues break your heart as they are succinctly discussed, and clearly the reader feels the hopelessness of Lucy's plight.
One day by accident she finds solace in a church she had never visited and hope from a stranger (from the other side) which leads her to access the core of her being where she finds the one thing that can help her survive, "faith."
The spiritual transformation of Lucy in her time of struggle is an inspiration that instills hope in the reader, albeit from a mystery novel.
Second, I want to venture into terra incognito and learn something I didn't know before. The modern medical world of neo-natal intensive care is illuminating and heart-breaking and the people who live in that world - parents and the medical personnel who toil there - now have a new respect from me having glimpsed through this book their lives.
Last, save me from the obvious formulas and last chapter plot twists that seek to tie up all the loose ends. Matthew 13:44 builds its intelligent plot page-by-page and earns its ending.
So for me, Matthew 13:44 is a winner and I recommend you read it.
All in all, I would recommend this book to my friends.