Former Things Forgotten

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Former Things Forgotten

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Red-headed and determined Tessa is desperate to escape her cruel and judgmental father, his God, and her home in the Appalachian Mountains of eastern Tennessee. Tessa doesn’t know she was created for a kingdom of which she has no earthly memory and was part of a failed rebellion against God in heaven, ending in her birth on fallen earth. An intense battle wages to return her soul to God … and may require an ultimate sacrifice. This intriguing and unforgettable story of love at the intersection of heaven and earth, where relationships are eternal and hard choices determine destinies, examines the questions, answers, and consequences of life lived for self or for God. 

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Moonshine makes Tessa Gibbs’s father mean, and getting religion makes him cruel and judgmental. Red-headed and determined Tessa is desperate to escape him, his God, and her home in the Appalachian Mountains of eastern Tennessee. When a college scholarship provides the key to a new life, Tessa leaves the mountains but finds herself unfulfilled and always reaching for something beyond.   

Created for a kingdom of which she has no earthly memory, Tessa doesn’t know she was part of a failed rebellion against God in heaven and sent to be born on fallen earth. Will she continue to choose her own way and resist all efforts to bring her back to the Kingdom? An intense battle wages to return her soul to God … and may require an ultimate sacrifice. 

This intriguing and unforgettable story of love at the intersection of heaven and earth, where relationships are eternal and hard choices determine destinies, examines the questions, answers, and consequences of life lived for self or for God. 

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Weight 1.53 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 9 in
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1 review for Former Things Forgotten

  1. Brad P

    Former Things Forgotten is beautifully written with exceptional character development. If you have spent any time in the Appalachian mountains, you can picture Tessa as a child, and her growth and experiences feel real to life.

    The plot of Tessa’s life is reason enough to recommend this book, but the imagery of the thin line between the heavenly and earthly realm make this a must read. While centered in fiction, the imagery is thought provoking and provides an illustration of the unimaginable.

    I had trouble putting this book down when I was reading it, and am still thinking about it a week later. This is a book that will stick with you.

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