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Thin Places by Mary E. DeMuth

Brutally honest.
Brutally painful.
Brutally beautiful.

In her book, Mary describes thin places as snatches of holy ground, tucked into the corners of our world, where, if we pay close attention, we might just catch a glimpse of eternity.

Mary DeMuth allows us to see her naked in Thin Places. She takes us back to our childhood pains and shames. Our details may differ from hers but the feelings are the same. Mary then uses them to show how God’s mercy, God’s grace, and God’s love is available to each of us in our thin places.

As a writer, I am in awe of Mary DeMuth and her willingness to share the deepest parts of herself with her readers in order to enrich their own spiritual journeys.  Congratulations, Mary, on a job well done.

Until next time, God Bless & Good Reading! LIL

Edginess Meter: Strong
Christian Message: Strong
Entertainment Value: No rating since it’s nonfiction
Genre: Memoir

 

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