Andrew Snaden





Andrew Snaden



Average rating: 3.84 · 92 ratings · 13 reviews · 4 distinct works · Similar authors
When God Met a Girl: Life C...

4.10 avg rating — 40 ratings — published 2007 — 3 editions
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Traitors

3.24 avg rating — 17 ratings — published 2004
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Betrayed

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Flames Of Deceit

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“But Jesus didn’t do that, did he? Instead, he decided to slam the culture that treated women like property. He said, “Mary has chosen that good part, which will not be taken away from her.” He made it clear right then that women are just as important to the kingdom of God as men. They are to learn about God just as men are, and, yes, they can ask questions. This had serious ramifications”
Andrew Snaden, When God Met a Girl: Life Changing Encounters with Women of the Bible

“It’s a forgone conclusion that we’ll have grief on this earth. It’s also a forgone conclusion that Jesus will be with us throughout that grief. When he sees us in our pain he has compassion on us. He won’t necessarily raise our children from the dead, but he will look for opportunities to surprise us with his love and grace by easing our burdens, by carrying it for us.”
Andrew Snaden, When God Met a Girl: Life Changing Encounters with Women of the Bible

“If you love Christ and find yourself in desperate circumstances, stop for a moment and pray. Ask him what it is he’s trying to do with your desperation. He might be trying to make you grow, as he did in our case. He might be using those desperate circumstances so you’ll drop to your knees in prayer and call out, “Lord, help me!” (Matt. 15:25 NIV). It’s sad but true: We do some of our best praying and worshipping during desperate times. Maybe Jesus is using those desperate circumstances to get you to talk to him. He misses your company, and he’ll take advantage of anything to get you back into fellowship with him. Sometimes Jesus uses your desperation to reach others.”
Andrew Snaden, When God Met a Girl: Life Changing Encounters with Women of the Bible



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