A Fine White Dust - Study Guide Chapter 4: The Joy Summary & Analysis

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The next morning, the night before had seemed like a dream. But it wasn't. Pete reminded himself that he had been saved. He said prayers of thanks and felt joyful, his heart was full. He had been longing to feel close to God. Now he was. He felt safe. No joy he had known before in his life compared to what he felt now. Pete remembered fainting and had felt a little embarrassed. But lots of people had fainted at the Preacher Man's feet. When he came to, the Preacher Man's eyes were on his. At that moment, he knew he loved that man more than anyone.

That morning at breakfast, Pete's mother asked him about the revival. He told his mother that he had been saved. At first she seemed stunned and could only muster a weak smile. Finally she said she...

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