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Dancing in the Reflections: As It Is Written, Things Which Eye Has Not Seen and Ear Has Not Heard, and Which Have Not Entered the Heart of Man, All That God Has Prepared for Those Who Love Him (1 Corinthians 2:9).

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Dancing in the Reflections is an invitation to keep an expectant lookout for the unfathomable experiences with God in our daily lives--for He is constantly, romantically, and passionately chasing us with His love.
Hardcover, 152 pages
Published March 6th 2015 by WestBow Press
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May 24, 2016 rated it it was amazing
In Dancing in the Reflections, Patricia Mussolum rejoices in the beauty of nature and the simple pleasures of home. Dancing is full of stories of God's simple gifts to her—like an armful of lilacs when she was hankering for a small bouquet, or the assurance, through a deer, a fawn, and rabbit, that God loved her on a day she felt like a failure. Any of us who have collected such moments of our own will find ourselves saying "yes," and "yes" again as we read this memoir.

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