Come, Sweet Day: Holding On To Hope In Dark Times

Come, Sweet Day: Holding On To Hope In Dark Times Review

Created to provide solace, strength, and inspiration, Come, Sweet Day is for anyone feeling weighed down by life. This collection of poems and essays, written by an award-winning author, reminds each of us that we are not alone. God is good, and we can see His love even in dark times.

Though loneliness and despair may at times seem overwhelming, the words on these pages encourage us to seek for grace, to find the light and let it in, and to hold on to hope.

There are good days coming.

Title:Come, Sweet Day: Holding On To Hope In Dark Times

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  • Lauren (thebookscript)

    Beautiful. This book brought tears to my eyes and hope for my hungry soul. I could have highlighted this one in its entirety for the way that it spoke to me. The way that Donaldson writes of her heart...

  • Rachel

    A lovely collection of poems, thoughts, and short writings about finding peace, hope and joy no matter where you are in your journey. Julianne Donaldson is a gift! ...

  • Janae

    What a beautiful collection of beautiful vulnerability. I ADORED this compilation of poems and thoughts.I have throughly enjoyed Donaldson's works of fiction for years. This non-fiction piece goes to ...

  • Ann

    This beautiful little book could not have come to me at a better time. I am so grateful to NetGalley for allowing me this opportunity. What a blessing I received this morning...sitting by our Christma...

  • Cathy | A Case Full of Books

    I don't generally read poetry, but I'm glad I decided to read this one.I was surprised to see Donaldson turn to poetry after writing Edenbrooke and Blackmoore, two great Regency romances. This was cle...

  • KColton

    A beautiful collection of faith based poems and essays written by one of my favorite authors. She has experienced a lot of trials and I could feel her pain in the poems. It's a fast read but I found i...

  • Jess (BookObsessedJess)

    2021, Pandemic Part IIWe open on a poetry book. A compilation of encouragement and feelings of despair. Reflections of a life that has gone through trials and tribulations. Quite the way to begin 2021...

  • Becky

    First sentence: I know every single person out there is dealing with a lot of hard things. But for those who are wondering if they’re alone in feeling weighed down by life, you’re not. I want you ...

  • Pam

    I read this author’s fictional best seller, “Edenbrooke” years ago, and I was happy to read her book of essays and poems. This was a very short book on the musings of her real life pain and the ...

  • Jill

    **I received a free copy of this ebook from the publisher via NetGalley. My choice to review and the words I’ve used are my own—as always.***I enjoy poetry for its ability to succinctly capture a ...