However, Will is determined to prove he doesn't need anyone, and God isn't even a blip on his radar. He's doing just fine, if you don't count the times he's had to crash at a friend's or sleep in a downtown Vancouver alley. He's not deliberately messing up; trouble just seems to follow him. But he's strong enough to deal with it. He can deal with anything-at least that's what he wants to believe.
Melody keeps praying, even though she's not sure God hears her. With her faith as fragile as yesterday's dream, she is shaken when dying friend Rose Martens predicts that God will use her to be a blessing to their neighborhood. As she gets to know her new neighbors, Melody finds herself on a faith journey through demonic attacks, domestic violence, and the revelation of a secret that could destroy everything she's gained.
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Melody's song is a well-written book about real-life challenges and issues: doubts, spiritual battles, loss, family, redemption, forgivenss. I highly recommend it!