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Jill Briscoe guides the reader through the "weeping willow trees" of conflict, grief and the daily grind that have caused Christians to "hang up" their joy like abandoned harps. She eloquently illustrates how Christianslike the exiled Israelitescan regain their joy in God's presence and play their harps in front of a watching world.
Meet the Author
Jill Briscoe and her husband Stuart have worked together for over 40 years, and have three grown children and 13 grandchildren. A native of Liverpool, Jill is a prolific writer and author of The Deep Place where Nobody Goes, God's Front Door, Prayer that Works and Faith that Works and many other books. Jill serves on the board of directors of World Relief and of Christianity Today, and is a popular speaker at key Christian events around the world. Jill and Stuart live in Milawukee, Wisconsin. - Publisher.