A Treasury of Miracles for Friends: True Stories of Gods by Karen Kingsbury

By Karen Kingsbury

#1 New York Times bestselling writer Karen Kingsbury's undying choice of precise tales celebrating God's presence in friendship.

during this heartwarming e-book, the excellent energy of friendship is confirmed via remarkable studies within the lives of standard women and men. Karen Kingsbury has collected jointly real-life examples of acquaintances who're there for every different simply because they need to be, no longer simply because they must be. those uplifting tales illustrate that precise friendship is made from love and laughter, compassion and realizing. And while existence sends a problem that can not be met by myself, God presents a pal while one is required such a lot.

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The space before my eyes went totally white. " I cried. "How are you, Tsugumi! It's so great to hear your voice again ! " "Evidently you're still a total ditz, huh? " Tsugumi chuckled. When we got to talking like this, it felt as if the distance between G o o dbye T s u a u m i us had shrunk in a blink to almost nothing. Once again we were as close as your average cousins are. " "Your old man isn't having a fling with some girlie, is he? They say that when stuff like that happens twice it'll happen a third .

When we were kids we used to run around while the maids were cleaning the rooms and doing that sort of stuff, and every BANANA YOSHIMOTO once in a while guests who were staying for long periods of time would come over and say hello and ask if we were the owners' children, and we'd get friendly with them. Even if we just knew them enough to recognize them, it was still fun to say hello when we met. And for every truly unpleasant guest there would be one who was really wonderful, who made everyone feel good just by being around.

Some­ thing in her had continued protecting that feeling, had nurtured that loneliness, taking special care to keep it safe. I suppose she didn't want to lose it. As soon as you turned the corner you would see the sign of the Yamamoto Inn glowing out from among the bushes. Every time I saw that sign, and saw the long line of guest room win­ dows, I would relax a little, feel a kind of relief. It didn't matter whether there were lots of guests and lights shining in most of the rooms, or whether the whole place was empty and the win­ dows were dark; either way it felt like I was being welcomed back by something big, something much larger than me.

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