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God's Sacared Feast is the second novel in the series "Chronicles of the Hamlet of Sipsey." Set in the fictitious town of Sipsey, Alabama, in 1965, it continues the drama that shapes the lives of the characters introduced in "The Burden of Sweetberry." While Sipsey is trying to recover from a heartbreaking tragedy, other problems arise. A robbery occurs and an unpopular su God's Sacared Feast is the second novel in the series "Chronicles of the Hamlet of Sipsey." Set in the fictitious town of Sipsey, Alabama, in 1965, it continues the drama that shapes the lives of the characters introduced in "The Burden of Sweetberry." While Sipsey is trying to recover from a heartbreaking tragedy, other problems arise. A robbery occurs and an unpopular suspect is charged with the crime. Without knowing whether he's guilty or not, the townspeople declare their hatred of him and convict him in the court of public opinion. Meanwhile, Deacon Branhope "Sugarfoot" Collins, flirts with celibacy after he's brought before the deacon board for being named in an embarrassing scandal. As he struggles to control his actions, he's tempted by lust and fantasizes about a mysterious love. Deacon Johnny Goines, the moral center of the community, is stricken with grief when his youngest child is mortally wounded and he has to go before the throne of grace and beg for mercy. Finally, Sister Jericho, formerly known as Sweetberry, is shocked and her faith tested when Janelle returns home with two strangers and she's faced with the challenge of accepting one and forgiving the other. God's Sacred Feast brings these characters to the welcome table and offers comfort, forgiveness, and redemption to their feisty and flawed souls.


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God's Sacared Feast is the second novel in the series "Chronicles of the Hamlet of Sipsey." Set in the fictitious town of Sipsey, Alabama, in 1965, it continues the drama that shapes the lives of the characters introduced in "The Burden of Sweetberry." While Sipsey is trying to recover from a heartbreaking tragedy, other problems arise. A robbery occurs and an unpopular su God's Sacared Feast is the second novel in the series "Chronicles of the Hamlet of Sipsey." Set in the fictitious town of Sipsey, Alabama, in 1965, it continues the drama that shapes the lives of the characters introduced in "The Burden of Sweetberry." While Sipsey is trying to recover from a heartbreaking tragedy, other problems arise. A robbery occurs and an unpopular suspect is charged with the crime. Without knowing whether he's guilty or not, the townspeople declare their hatred of him and convict him in the court of public opinion. Meanwhile, Deacon Branhope "Sugarfoot" Collins, flirts with celibacy after he's brought before the deacon board for being named in an embarrassing scandal. As he struggles to control his actions, he's tempted by lust and fantasizes about a mysterious love. Deacon Johnny Goines, the moral center of the community, is stricken with grief when his youngest child is mortally wounded and he has to go before the throne of grace and beg for mercy. Finally, Sister Jericho, formerly known as Sweetberry, is shocked and her faith tested when Janelle returns home with two strangers and she's faced with the challenge of accepting one and forgiving the other. God's Sacred Feast brings these characters to the welcome table and offers comfort, forgiveness, and redemption to their feisty and flawed souls.

25 review for God's Sacred Feast: Healing for the Wounded (Chronicles of the Hamlet of Sipsey Book 2)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Valery

    God's Sacred Feast: A Seat at the Welcome Table(Chronicles of the Hamlet of Sipsey Book 2) by Carol Gosa-Summervile is a book that truly captures a moment in time. The story takes place in the 1960's in Sipsey, Alabama, and convincingly conveys all of the turmoil of that time. This small town is described so well by the author, that you as the reader feel you are there. From the opening pages with a fight in a beauty shop to the end, you are transported to another place and time. There are plent God's Sacred Feast: A Seat at the Welcome Table(Chronicles of the Hamlet of Sipsey Book 2) by Carol Gosa-Summervile is a book that truly captures a moment in time. The story takes place in the 1960's in Sipsey, Alabama, and convincingly conveys all of the turmoil of that time. This small town is described so well by the author, that you as the reader feel you are there. From the opening pages with a fight in a beauty shop to the end, you are transported to another place and time. There are plenty of great characters, but Sugarfoot really stands out, not only as a womanizer, but a man with great spirit. This book is filled with moral lessons, some that will stick with you forever. The author has a way of imparting these thoughts quite effectively by inviting you the reader and the characters to the Welcome Table, offering forgiveness and a sense of comfort. Not to be missed, this book is highly recommended for an inspiring read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Julius Blitzy

    Forgiveness and redemption, what does really lies beyond those words? An easy to ride on journey, it’s easy to understand, at least for me, although this is the second part of a series, but even so this book is awesome, the author really makes a good job describing and creating a fictional town from the ground up, every little tiny aspect and detail is amazing to catch and the characters are on a completely masterful class apart, I just love it. Consider yourself part of the story and ask yourself Forgiveness and redemption, what does really lies beyond those words? An easy to ride on journey, it’s easy to understand, at least for me, although this is the second part of a series, but even so this book is awesome, the author really makes a good job describing and creating a fictional town from the ground up, every little tiny aspect and detail is amazing to catch and the characters are on a completely masterful class apart, I just love it. Consider yourself part of the story and ask yourself the same questions presented here, everything is about religion, what really is going on, what can really define good actions and everything else, the realism this book possess is sublime and I feel there is still a lot to catch from the previous part and hopefully the next one, because I really want to know more about the characters and their possible future, seriously just buy this masterpiece!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Shanell Meek

    Amazingly well written God’s Sacred Feast: A Seat at the Welcome Table (Chronicles of the Hamlet of Sipsey Book 2) by Carol Gosa-Summerville is the second book of the Chronicles of the Hamlet of Sipsey series. It is a continuation from “The Burden of Sweetberry” which I recommend reading first because it introduces all the characters and kind of gives you an idea of who is who and what’s going on. The book takes place in Alabama in the 1960s Gosa-Summerville did an amazing job of conveying the tr Amazingly well written God’s Sacred Feast: A Seat at the Welcome Table (Chronicles of the Hamlet of Sipsey Book 2) by Carol Gosa-Summerville is the second book of the Chronicles of the Hamlet of Sipsey series. It is a continuation from “The Burden of Sweetberry” which I recommend reading first because it introduces all the characters and kind of gives you an idea of who is who and what’s going on. The book takes place in Alabama in the 1960s Gosa-Summerville did an amazing job of conveying the troubled times, and creating her little town. Sipsey could be a real town in Alabama the way that Gosa-Summerville has painted it, it’s so life like you’d never believe it was a fictitious Town! The characters are also amazingly well written, in such a way one would believe they are characterized by real people. So far I love this series and look forward to reading more about the town of Sipsey and all its characters.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Shirley McAllister

    Sipsy This is a story about a small southern town with a large black population and white population many of who still have prejudice against blacks. It is about life and situations in a small southern town. About right and wrong,and Forgiveness. Families apart and brought together. Mostly it is about faith and understanding.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Coretta Collins

  6. 5 out of 5

    Bobby Walker

  7. 4 out of 5

    Roslyn Wright

  8. 4 out of 5

    Regina

  9. 4 out of 5

    Dessiree Graham

  10. 4 out of 5

    Angelia

  11. 5 out of 5

    Carol Summerville

  12. 4 out of 5

    Regina Brooks

  13. 5 out of 5

    Teressa P. Shears

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lena Hannah

  15. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Whitney

  16. 4 out of 5

    Alison S. Moore

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ernie Gilbert

  19. 5 out of 5

    Carol

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sonya Holland

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ruby Schmidt

  22. 4 out of 5

    Vesteriaw

  23. 4 out of 5

    Cecilia Pulliam

  24. 5 out of 5

    sally graves

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kathy DuBois

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