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As Sure as the Dawn by Francine Rivers
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May 11, 2009

it was ok

Having read and liked, the first two of the trilogy how could I not read and like the third? Well, let me save you all a lot of is about Atretis getting his kid and going back to Germania. Again, Rivers pulled off a happily ever after ending slapped on to the end. If you are compelled to read this book for the same reasons I did, but you are just not sure...then turn to the last few pages and read the happy ending. My problems with this book are two-fold. One. The praying/preaching is endless and monotonous. Two. I find fault in the dramatic healing of Rizpah. Sure, it was good for the plot...but, I don't really see God giving signs and miracles to those who will not humble themselves and come to Him willingly. Of course, there are dramatic examples from the scripture to contradict my opinion (like that of Saul/Paul), so let me just say that TO ME the plot just didn't seem likely in MY OPINION!

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