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The 7 Hardest Things God Asks a Woman to Do Paperback – February 15, 2007
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Through captivating story telling, candid transparency, and the wisdom of the Word, Reimer and Whittle have nailed The 7 Hardest Things God Asks a Woman to Do. They have chiseled away the fears, insecurities, and pride of walking in faith and hammered the life-changing truths of the Gospel into this powerful masterpiece of a book; one every woman should read. --Ginger Plowman
There are some books you read to simply get through and others you savor the whole way through. The Seven Hardest Things is one of those treasures you'll want to read over and over again. Prepare to be moved, inspired, mentored, and encouraged! I'll be recommending this book to all my friends. --Lysa Terkeurst
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It is easy to read and easy to read in small chunks. I'm a mom of 3 small children, so I need to be able to pick up a book and put it down, then chew on it for a bit and come back to it when I'm able. Speaking of which, my children have just awoken, so this review will end for now. But, I do want to recommend this book. Even if only for the first chapter, this book is definitely worth reading and that is why I am posting this review before finishing the book.