Book Review of What Once was Lost by Kim Vogel Sawyer

If you have read my blog for any length of time, you will know that I LOVE Kim Vogel Sawyer’s books! The latest of hers I just read is What Once was Lost, her most recently released book and her first book for Waterbrook.

The heroine of this story, Miss Christina Willems, has already lost much when the story opens–including both her parents. At the death of her father, she is now left in charge of the Brambleville Asylum for the poor and all its residents. While she still has more losses to face, the God of her parents is with her and becomes even more real to her.

God also uses a blind child and a hermit who wants nothing to do with church to fulfill His purposes in her life, while also drawing them each closer to each other as he draws them to Himself. Many surprises await each of them, including new homes for everyone, and even romance. As my favorite Bible verse says, God has supplied them with more than they could have imagined! (Ephesians 3:20)

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One Response to Book Review of What Once was Lost by Kim Vogel Sawyer

  1. This book sounds good. I’ve read a number of Kim’s books and I’m never disappointed. She’s an awesome author!

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