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17.8.12

Book Reviews


Esther or Delilah? by Angela De Souza

Esther or Delilah? is an honest look at how women use their beauty to seduce men! Whether you like it or not you are using your beauty for something, but are you using it to empower a man or are you using it in a way that leaves him powerless? Both Esther and Delilah were beautiful women in the Bible. Both women seduced the man in their life. One woman used her beauty to save her people; the other woman used her beauty to destroy her people. Today’s women are no different from Esther and Delilah. Which woman are you?

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Asleep in Heaven's Nursery by Tommy Mann 

Tommy's book is a deep and powerful testimony of how he and his wife came to terms with some of life's most difficult questions around the loss of a child.  Not only does he share his and other families stories but he also goes deep into what the Bible has to say about these difficult issues.  I particularly liked how thorough he was in unfolding important Bible verses and principles to his readers.  I can highly recommend this book to you whether or not you have experienced the loss of a child as the Biblical principles used can help in many areas of life.  My deepest sympathy to all those who have lost a child, may you know God's love for you more than ever before as you grieve.   www.tommycmann.blogspot.co.uk

* This book was provided to me for free by Tommy Mann for my review.

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Moments of Truth by John MacArthur 

John writes devotions that offer biblical teaching, scripture and prayer to match the annual happenings of the calendar.  It's wonderful to read a devotional so rich with truth and void of unnecessary waffle that so many books contain these days.  Each day is one page long and gives you sufficient to ponder on for the day.  I highly recommend John's book to you, it will change your life slowly, one day at a time.    

* This book was provided to me for free by Thomas Nelson for my review.

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Help for the Fractured Soul by Candyce Roberts

Eye opening is the only way to describe this book.  It's hard to believe that people can live through such trauma and abuse.  No wonder they create another personality to cope.  I have a new level of compassion for people after reading this book as I feel my eyes have been opened.  We are so quick to judge people and seldom take time to understand what causes them to be the way they are.  Candyce has done a fantastic job of informing us and equipping us to better deal with the reality of the the lost and broken world that we live in.  I can't recommend enough that you read this book.

* This book was provided to me for free by Bethany House Publishers for my review.

2 comments:

  1. Thank you for the review Angela!

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    1. Angela17.8.12

      You are very welcome Tommy, God bless you and your family.

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