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Mary is one of the most revered women in history, but she was an ordinary woman striving to please God in the same way that women still do today. Readers are sure to gain a new appreciation of the familiar story through Francine's signature style. A study on the biblical text is included for personal or group study.
Publisher: Wheaton, Ill. : Tyndale House Publishers, c2001
ISBN: 9780842335997
Branch Call Number: RIVE
Characteristics: xi, 212 p


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Dec 18, 2015

This story of Mary the mother of Jesus reveals the conflicts Mary feels because she bore the Son of God. She loves Jesus as the son she bore and feels the normal motherly love and protection for him. She knows Jesus is the Messiah and he has come to save the world from the darkness of sin. She strains to be patient while waiting for this to happen, and then is bewildered and shaken when he is crucified. Her faithfulness and love remain throughout despite immense difficulties until she completely relinquishes control and accepts God's greater plan.

Apr 29, 2013

Last book in the series, this is Mary's story. Jesus's mother Mary was a woman who started out with great faith, but then doubted and finally came to faith in her son as her Savior. Rivers puts you in Mary's shoes and follows her story from beginning to end. This was a great series and it enhanced my appreciation for the Biblicial accounts. There is a study in the back if you want to use it as a personal devotion guide, but I just liked reading the stories.

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