Promise of Tomorrow
By Dionne S. Moore
Alaina Morrison loves Jack Kelly. With her whole heart. So why won't he realize that all she wants is to get married and begin their new life together? She doesn't need a large home or new clothes or other things. She only needs him to actually spend time with her and to show how much he loves her.
Jack Kelly loves Alaina Morrison. With his whole heart. So why won't she realize that he needs to work long hours to provide for her--and their possible future family--the things she deserves? He only needs her to be patient and understanding.
As dangerous floodwaters threaten their home of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, will Alaina and Jack allow God to bridge their growing differences with His unifying love?
What do you do in Alaina's position? Understand that Jack feels the need to provide for her and accept him working long hours? Tell him that he need not work to provide you "things" and that you would rather have his time?