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Dawn Camp — The Beauty of Grace: Book Review

 

Book review by Wendy Duminy

For some, life is far too busy to sit down and read a novel. Or there are simply too many people needing your attention that finding more than five minutes to read feels almost impossible. If that rings true for you, then I recommend The Beauty of Grace edited by Dawn Camp.

This book is a collection of stories that cover a variety of topics such as purpose, surrender, trust and worship. The longest story is six pages so it is easy to read in a lunch break or while waiting for an appointment. But more importantly the stories remind you that God loves you and that there is beauty in this world.

Dawn Camp describes The Beauty of Grace as an invitation “to slow down, take a deep breath, and know that you are loved”. And this is the overriding message that the more than 40 contributors bring across in their stories.

So if you need a reminder that God finds you right where you are or if you just want to read but need it to be short and sweet, then The Beauty of Grace is for you.

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