Lynette and her husband, Robert, had come a long way since they first met twenty-one years ago. Together they had constructed a beautiful house--and made two beautiful children--in Robert's home state of Georgia. Lynette's happiness was a wonderful gift after a lonely, motherless childhood. But now, just two weeks from her fortieth birthday, Lynette has received distressing news from her doctor--and for the first time in a long time, she feels deeply unhappy, indignant and disappointed. She's always tried to be a good person. Why is something bad happening to her?
Robert knows that if his wife ever needed his understanding and support, it's now. And he is determined to give it to her. He wishes he could heal her sorrow, but knows only the power of faith can--and will--do that. And sure enough, just as Lynette worries she may be losing something vital, she finds something even more important--something she's been longing for all of her life. Now, if only she can crumble the wall of doubt in her heart and let the joy come through.