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: Tears in a Bottle

Publish Date 2001
Multnomah Publishers
ISBN: 1-57673-802-7
Tears in a Bottle

Becky Taylor has just been accepted to college. She will be the first Taylor ever to go beyond high school. When she discovers she is pregnant, Becky doesn't know what she fears most: having an abortion or giving up her lifelong dream of obtaining a higher education. At the urging of her father, her boyfriend, and her guidance counselor, she decides to end her pregnancy. At the abortion clinic, Becky is lying on a cold recovery table when she hears a man's voice, then gunshots. When the gunman is finished, Becky is the only one left alive. This act brings together two strangers who seek answers to one of life's most wrenching questions: Are God's love and mercy big enough to cover every sin? The answer will change both women-forever. Tears in a Bottle reveals the devastating effects of abortion and affirms that God's love is strong enough to heal even that deep pain. Sylvia Bambola, the author of Refiner's Fire, offers a riveting, heart-tugging story that encourages readers to think through their own convictions about abortion and the restoring power of God's love for every woman.

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Tears in a Bottle by Sylvia Bambola is a gripping story of a hidden part of the contemporary culture. The story of betrayal, hurt, and triumph accurately portrays the real truth behind the political correctness of a woman's right to choose
Vicki Thorn
Executive Director, National Office of Post-Abortion Reconciliation & Healing
Wow! What a book! I just got done reading it after checking it out a few days ago. I found myself not being able to put it down and to read from it any chance I had
Christina L.
I was deeply touched by your book.
Amanda S.
Oh boy what a book! It’s been a long time since I have read such a book. You really gave me a lot to think about.
Barbara M.
I just finished reading your book Tears in a Bottle. It was powerful…a beautiful example of Christ's unfailing love.
Consuelo G.

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