Everybody waits. We wait for a spouse, baby, on our children, parents. clarity and direction. job, promotion, new hope, healing, miracles. God. And when we misunderstand what waiting is about, can get confused about God up to. Waiting one of God’s favorite tools. He do certain things in hearts, lives, relationships while wait—things cannot experience once we’ve opened the gift have been for. So just you wait, because everyone takes their turn room. It’s long painful fact life, but shortcuts microwaves aren’t answer. at work behind scenes invisible ways can’t see . yet. Just how ready you’ll be if spend your well. Because opportunity comes, don’t want to more time bench. When well, say, “Look out, world: I am getting shine. wait.” In these pages, Tricia discusses joy hidden discipline waiting, practices believing working behalf, even His hand hard find.
David Randall, a private detective short of work, invites his psychic friend Camden into case. Miss Viola Mitchell, an aging local actress, has recently been reported missing. The Parkland PD’s Jordan Finley objects to the pair inspecting Viola’s home, claiming police don’t need their help. Moments later, despite array birds and cats perfuming residence, Cam advises Finley, “Check basement.” is neatly planted there in square dirt. Who would kill her? Why? Are others targeted? Is performer twisted by jealousy? Could role Little Theatre production have caused her death? goes undercover at theater while rejecting demands from fiancée that they marry this month. His gifts expanded levitate objects. He fears for children. She wants put him on television. Meanwhile, new Grace Street client, owner popular BeautiQueen Cosmetics, searching arrogant, absconding partner. Randall tracks Clearwater, Florida, soon finds himself chasing shoplifters stealing pharmaceuticals helping jazz musician woo woman failing own love, Kary. Will piece all together?
Royal Highness College has dungeons and a dragon. It also school bully, Prince Roderick, Eleanor True is growing very tired of him. But she knows trick or two, she’s prepared to wait… Ages 5+.