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Christlikeness Through Autism By Christopher Riley
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This book is neither an autobiography nor a chronicle of Ophelia’s life. It is a creative non-fiction using true life examples to illustrate the action of God during our life’s hardships.... More > I am drawing only from the challenges and realisations I have personally experienced in life in my relationship with my severely autistic child. This relationship is still a loving and blessed one. My focus was only on Ophelia’s healing from autism; but instead I found I was being healed from a different kind—from my warped inherited, corrupted virtues of Adam’s sin. I have been growing spiritually. Jesus sacrificed his life for us. He was gentle, humble, loving and obeyed God the Father. My personality traits changed as I learned daily—more and more—how to accept Ophelia for who she is now and not whom I wanted her to become if and when healed. The Bible says, “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control,”< Less
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Fred & Nettie's Love Letters By Suzanne Fister Levine
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Creative non-fiction based upon the romance & actual love letters between two Kentuckians from 1900-1904. Before radio, television, and autos, they carried on their romance separated by 100... More > miles, a full day's round trip by train and not manageable by buggy or horseback. Times and love were fraught with danger. They faced deadly plagues, putrid water systems, horrific accidents, violence, murders, and vicious political turmoil that included the assassinations of Kentucky Governor William Goebel and U.S. President William McKinley. Women had no vote, few rights, and were blocked from many occupations. Men were expected to be sole financial providers, reliably smart, brave and stable. Life's choices thwarted dreams as both yearned for a bit or sweetness to make life bearable. About the only reliable things they had were local daily newspapers and US Postal Service mail delivery 365 days a year (366 in leap years), including Sundays and holidays. Their letters engendered curiosity & this book.< Less

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