Forty Days Hath September
While staying at their motherâ€™s
house two sisters and their brother along with the
grandchildren come to grips with their spiritual beliefs
and learn where God is when Heaven is silent. During
a storm that sends tornadoes through the city, secrets
are revealed and the power of God is displayed before the eyes of everyone in
The story of a womanâ€™s love for a man she could never be more than friends
with and the love of a mother that had to let go of her children so they could
grow. A story of perfect healing and the lives that perfect healing affects.
Gripping and life, changing this book will reveal God in ways you have never
dared to believe.
â€śForty Days Hath September sets a new standard for Christian fiction. Honest,
heartwarming and thought-provoking...with a surprise at every turn. With so
much rich imagery, once I got started reading, I did not want to put it down!â€ť
Janet Gibson Uffinger, Editor of NEXT! Magazine
â€śDo you hear that?â€ť Lisa asked the others. â€śWhat?â€ť they asked in unison. â€śTrumpets, loud trumpets.â€ť She responded with an air of mystery. â€śThatâ€źs weird,â€ť Jerry said. â€śI thought twisters sounded like trains not trumpets.â€ť â€śYeah, I know, that is so weird.â€ť Lisa spoke with concern as she continued to watch out the window with the others. â€śIâ€źm going outside,â€ť Athina said as she started for the door. Jerry followed along with the others. She started to go out the front but changed her mind and went into the garden instead. When they got out there the rain had stopped but the lightening flashes still revealed the hedge of protection around the house. Athinaâ€źs mouth hung open in disbelief at the sight of the giant wings that continued to surround the house. There was no wind in the garden but she could see debris flying over the opening in the hedge that God had placed there. Jerry Lee grabbed his dad and pointed up over the roof of the house. As they all looked in that direction fear gripped them as they saw three funnels passing over their motherâ€źs house, taking debris with them. Stunned by the loud sound of trumpets along with what they were seeing, each one thought that they must be dreaming. Athina was the first to speak, â€śAm I crazy? Did you guys hear mamaâ€źs voice?â€ť Jerry and Lisa each took a deep breath before saying anything.