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An invitation for every woman who feels she isn't godly enough...isn't loving enough...isn't doing enough
The life of a woman today isn't really all that different from that of Mary and Martha in the New Testament. Like Mary, you long to sit at the Lord's feet...but the daily demands of a busy world just won't leave you alone. Like Martha, you love Jesus and really want to serve him...yet you struggle with weariness, resentment, and feelings of inadequacy.
Then comes Jesus, right into the midst of your busy Mary/Martha life-and he extends the same invitation he issued long ago to the two sisters of Bethany. Tenderly he invites you to choose "the better part"-a joyful life of "living-room" intimacy with him that flows naturally into "kitchen service" for him.
How can you make that choice? With her fresh approach to the familiar Bible story and its creative, practical strategies, Joanna shows how all of us-Marys and Marthas alike-can draw closer to our Lord, deepening our devotion, strengthening our service, and doing both with less stress and greater joy.
The book is being used in a Bible Study and we are very please with Joanna's insight.Published 5 days ago by Betty Spence
Loving this book and it works well with my bible study. Extremely grateful for it.
Love the lessons learnt and how I can apply them in my day to day life
If you've ever found yourself drowning in lists and projects, if you've ever felt frustrated with everything you are doing, or if you somehow feel that your crazy, busy life is... Read morePublished 17 days ago by T. Murrell
We all maneuver through life with trials, joyous times, sad times, hurtful times, shocking times and the list goes on. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Love2Read
I absolutely recommend this book to anyone who is like me- so preoccupied with tasks like organizing or keeping the house clean that I neglect spending enough time with Jesus. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kristen Lee
I bought this book for my girlfriend and thought of reading it before handing it over. I like the numerous but practical analogies, they kept me glued and wanting to quickly turn... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew