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Mercy Never Sleeps

Sleepless Thoughts on Faith, Heaven, and the Fear of Heights

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Maybe God still moves and speaks in mysterious ways—some even stranger than we might ever expect..

Maybe God still moves and speaks in mysterious ways—some even stranger than we might ever expect.

Jamie Blaine’s life isn’t exactly going as planned. When a twist of fate places the late-night psychiatric crisis guy on 24/7 call, his insomnia ramps up to desperate stages as he veers closer to becoming the very kind of person he’s trying to save.

After a well-meaning colleague offers a workbook promising “the divine secret of life,” Blaine throws himself into the stereotypical journey of self-discovery with hilarious and heartbreaking conclusions that are anything but clichéd.

Jamie travels time to untangle his own story of God through the wilderness, battling alligators, acrophobia, anaphylactic shock, Christian tricksters, Christmas, insomnia zombies, hymn-singing bridge jumpers, preteen bullies, paranoid ER patients armed with knives, hatchet-wielding housewives, septuagenarian pugilists, locust swarms, and ghosts of the present, future, and past.

If you’ve ever felt lost and stumbling, like you’ll never find your way to purpose, plans, or the promised land, Mercy Never Sleeps is a traveling companion, a field guide to making peace with your own rambling path home.

Contributor(s) Jamie Blaine
About the Contributor(s) Jamie Blaine

Jamie Blaine is a writer and licensed psychotherapist who has worked at psych wards, mega churches, rehabs, radio stations, and roller rinks. He is the author of Midnight Jesus, the editor of the LA literary collective The, and a contributor to the online faith magazine OnFaith. Jamie is also a writer for, Metal Hammer, Bass Guitar Magazine, Modern Drummer, and America's bestselling street paper, The Nashville Contributor.

ISBN-10 0718032721
ISBN-13 9780718032722
Release Date Sep 26, 2017
Weight (lbs) 1.0000
Height 8.40
Width 5.50
Length 320
Length Unit Pages
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Price $16.99
Format Paperback
Language English

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