By Karen Kingsbury
I am a firefighter, God, so i do know i have been in a few tricky locations earlier than. yet this . . . this no longer understanding the folk i like . . . this can be the toughest factor i will think. the very last thing Jake Bryan knew used to be the roar of the realm exchange middle collapsing on most sensible of him and his fellow firefighters. the fellow within the sanatorium mattress recalls not anything. no longer dashing together with his teammates up the stairway of the south tower to aid trapped sufferers. now not being blasted from the construction. and never the lady sitting via his bedside who says she is his spouse. Jamie Bryan will do something to assist her cherished husband regain his reminiscence, and with it their storybook relations existence with their small daughter, Sierra. yet that suggests assisting Jake rediscover the only factor Jamie hasn't ever shared with him: his deep religion in God. Jake's fondest prayer for his spouse is ready to have an effect past whatever he might be able to have conceived. One Tuesday Morning is a love tale like none you've ever learn: soft, poignant, commemorating the tragedy and heroism of September eleven and portraying the far-reaching strength of God's faithfulness and an exceptional man's love.
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There were times after that—in the first year of their marriage— when Jake tried to remind her of that conversation. But she pretended not to remember. “You hold back with me, Jamie. ” She’d look surprised, hurt even. “Everything I have to give is yours, Jake. ” He would study her, trying to understand her. “Remember that day at Wolfe’s Pond? You told me you couldn’t give me everything in case something happened to me. Because you didn’t want to lose yourself, remember? ” She would toss her dark hair and shake her head.
Catch her. She’s so afraid . . afraid of loss and change and death. Afraid of You. I don’t know what else to do, God. Help her stop running . . Whatever it takes. A seagull swooped low a few feet from them as Jamie cut the engine and eased the jet ski up onto the shore. Sierra and Katy came running, their knees and ankles covered in sand. Jake kissed the back of Jamie’s neck. ” Jamie was breathless, her cheeks red. ” Jake smiled, but her words left a pit in his stomach. Whatever she was running from, it still plagued her, just as it always had.
Sue’s voice was full, passionate. ” “Okay . ” The argumentative tone was gone from Jamie’s voice. In its place was a question that came from the depths of her soul. ” “Because . ” Sue stared across the beach at Katy and Sierra. When she answered, it seemed to come from the very deepest places in her soul. ” 40 Four September 7, 2001 Laura pulled out of her driveway and turned her car toward the setting sun. It was a fifteen-minute drive to church, and she was grateful for the solitude. A handful of women were getting together to box up supplies they’d collected for an orphanage in Haiti.