An Unforgivable Secret ~ Book review

What can I say about this book that will really give it the accolades it deserves?
I’ll try.

This story begins like a little snowball, and gains momentum, getting more powerful
and bigger with each chapter. It has a moving and deeply spiritual message of hope and
forgiveness, extended to anyone identifying with the main subject of the novel.

Hannah Glick, a young Amish woman, is engaged to Christian a young Amish man in her community. Through a happenstance “chance”, she finds out something about him
that totally changes her course in life. The book Mrs. Spredemann has written deals
compassionately yet truthfully about her alternate pathway, and those whom she is
involved with along the way. I don’t want to give much away, I’m hoping everyone who reads
this review will read An Unforgivable Secret. It really has so much valuable information, along with
tidings of hope and directives for how a couple can go about repairing the damage this unforgivable secret that can and does, unleash catastrophe in the involved person’s life.  JEB Spredemann weaves a series of events that COULD happen, and it gives you such a joyful blessing.  She’s a Godly author, and I love that.

Again, I encourage everyone reading the review to read this book for yourself. You’ll be amazed, uplifted, and oh so much better equipped to help yourself, or someone else.

Thanks be to God, for giving his faithful servants such awesome talents.  If we would all use them for HIS glory and to bring honor to Him, what a better world this would be!

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Aborted Babies Memorial

Florida Memorial For The Unborn

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Healing After Abortion – Creative Ways to Memorialize Your Aborted Baby

I’m reading  a Kindle book now, by J.E.B. Spredemann, called “An Unforgiveable Secret”.   In it, she gives very helpful resources for ANYONE affected by an abortion, miscarriage, or death of a child. Anyone.

I’ve listed some of them above.  In her book, the National Memorial for the Unborn in Chattanooga, Tennesee was mentioned.  I found other helpful organizations, for anyone who needs to work through their grief at losing a child through abortion, or losing a grandchild, or niece, or nephew.   I’m going to give my aborted grandchild a name, and hopefully honor that child on a wall for the National Memorial for the Unborn. The child’s mother is welcome to help me name her unborn baby.