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A to Z Trendy Christian Baby Names | Christian Boy and Girl Baby Names Meanings

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review 2018-06-14 20:16
The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue - Mackenzi Lee,Christian Coulson

I want to reread this sometime soon to see if I can bring my rating up. I enjoyed it a lot, loved a lot of it, but just can't say I fully fell in love with the whole book. It's so great to see this book being mainstream though. And I'm really excited to see Felicity's book next. That should be interesting.

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review 2018-06-10 05:08
Grain for the Famine by Jacob Prasch
Grain For The Famine - James Jacob Prasch

Excellent teaching on different subjects of the Bible from one of my favorite teachers. What I love most about his teachings is that he approaches it from a Hebrew perspective, and I am learning so much from it.

For those interested, these are the subjects he covers in this book. (there is also a second book that offers other subjects)

 

Midrash

Backsliders in the church

Kashrut and famine

The woman of Samaria

Binding and Loosing

Bible versions

Typology of the temple

Christian Zionism

Elijah: A man who could make it rain

Curses and Christians

House of David: House of Saul

A prophet like unto Moses

 

Highly recommended and a must read for every Christian!

5 stars and a favorite

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review 2018-06-09 20:23
Creating a Space to Converse with God
2 Chairs The Secret that Changes Everything - Bob Beaudine

This book just helps to remind us that we need to stop daily and talk with God. Telling him our troubles and fears and trusting that he has a plan for us and trusting that this is a good plan. He tells personal stories and helps us to realize we need to change our own views. He talked to his dad one time about an episode of "Magnum, PI" where Magnum is trying to get into his place before the dogs saying, "Don't look at the dogs! Don't look at the dogs!" So whenever he and his dad were traveling and he started to stress over things he couldn't control, his dad would get him to look forward by reminding him of this line. 

 

It is a good book to read, it gives some good tips just to get through life. 

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review 2018-06-08 01:02
Redemption and Restoration
Thief of Corinth - Tessa Afshar

There is a reason that Tessa Afshar is one of my favorite Christian authors. She pens Biblical fiction with consummate skill and keen insight, and “Thief of Corinth” is no exception. The ancient world of first-century Corinth springs to vivid life and offers readers a tour of the culture and people residing there. Despite this antiquated setting, Afshar draws many parallels between Corinth and the modern world. The issue of women’s rights—or acute lack thereof—features prominently, as does the fallout of a broken family and the repercussions of strained and severed relationships, friendships and peer pressure, and financial struggles.

With unerring acumen, “Thief of Corinth” weaves social and personal concerns and how the two intersect in the lives of the characters. Ariadne, the young heroine, challenges the status quo with her fiery personality and sense of self-preservation. Her cunning and naiveté create a duality that makes her all the more relatable and sympathetic. As readers follow her journey and understand the great impact of the past and how she came to make her choices, they realize the prospect and the cost of restoration. Perhaps the circumstances of her life have, in fact, tuned her ear to the whisper of redemption. Likewise, this novel targets a larger audience besides Christians. Readers outside the faith will doubtless enjoy Ariadne’s story and be touched by its telling and its outcome, gleaning the treasure of “Thief of Corinth” and serving as a testament to the power of love regardless of the time and place.

I received a complimentary copy of “Thief of Corinth” from the publisher. I was not required to post a positive review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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