Sunday, April 17, 201131 Days of Power:Learning to Live in Spiritual Victory by Ruth Myers
Ruth Myers starts the beginning of this book with 31 days o...moreSunday, April 17, 201131 Days of Power:Learning to Live in Spiritual Victory by Ruth Myers
Ruth Myers starts the beginning of this book with 31 days of devotionals which includes practical suggestions and common questions about living life with power and potential. It offers an area for the reader to write out there thoughts, and questions behind each day for further thought and study.
The second part of the book is the best part. It offers the reader biblically sound scripture and practical advice for fight spiritual warfare on a daily basis. It describes the methods and ways of Satan, and ways to overcome his attacks.
The author educates, enlightens, rejuvenates, and inspires the reader to seek God for power and prayer. I was very impressed with this book, and recommend it to anyone who wants to seek God's power in their life.
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Ann Gabhart is an exceptional author, and her book "The Seeker" is no different. I love, love the theme of Christian Fictions that date back into the...moreAnn Gabhart is an exceptional author, and her book "The Seeker" is no different. I love, love the theme of Christian Fictions that date back into the 1800-1900's and this book is just that, awesome!
The Setting: Charlotte Vance is the only daughter of Charles Vance, a prominent Kentucky Senator. Having had a higher class up bring, she has been the head of the Grayson household since her father became more preoccupied with politics and the death of her mother. Her world changes when her new stepmother Selena arrives at the plantation. Unsatisfied with her new living arrangements, she decides to make a change and escapes to a nearby Shaker village to begin a new life.
Ann Gahbart's ability to introduce her characters and era to the reader, with a feel of the reader stepping into the book and playing the character. This is a christian book written with the reader in mind.
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Sunday, April 24, 2011Dawn of A Dream by Ann Shorey
If you love a good Christian, Historical Fiction you are going to love this book. Ann Shorey is on...moreSunday, April 24, 2011Dawn of A Dream by Ann Shorey
If you love a good Christian, Historical Fiction you are going to love this book. Ann Shorey is one of the best authors in this genre, that I have ever read!
The setting is in 1857 when newlywed Luellen O'Connell settles in her new house, and prepares to start her life with her new husband of one month. Having not even completely unpacked her Hope Chest, she is shocked to hear her new husbands words, he is leaving her and moving to Chicago. While her family is busy planning the wedding of her little sister, Luellen begins to think of her opportunities. She could stay in town, and make up a story as to why her husband is no longer there, or pack her things and do what she always desired to do, attend college!
As Luellen begins her new life, she still has old beginnings. While she is meeting new people, and making new friends,with hopes of a new love interest: she must properly address her secrets from her past.u
This book will leave you with wanting more of a series, but yet the conclusion is complete. I think you will enjoy this book, and I recommend it to all.
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