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Lessons I Learned in the Light: All You Need to Thrive in a Dark World Paperback – July 3, 2006
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By Jennifer Rothschild
601 N Larch St
Sisters, OR 97759
Jennifer Rothschild is such an inspiration to many people, and I am one of those people. She is an author, musician, and in full time ministry. In this book she shares lessons that she learned, that we can also learn and benefit from. The amazing thing about the title is that she is blind, so the only light that she sees is God's light.
In starting out she uses God's word to show that he truly is the light. 1John 1:5 says that "God is Light" and Psalms 119:105 "lamp unto my feet, and a light to my path". God truly is light and she shows this in the twelve chapters of her book.
We need to cling to God's word, for it is our Sword of Honor. Scripture tells the story of Eleazar, and how he clung to his sword in the battle, and when it was over he could not let it go (2 Samuel 23:9-10). The Bible is something that we can hold on to today and use it in our battle field. To do this we need to spend time every day in it. When we don't it is an issue of pride. It is like we are telling God that we don't need him. We all have many excuses, but none of them are good enough. We are to cling to the word and use it and to do that we must know it; and to know it we must be read it and study it everyday.
Sometimes we are reluctant. The author says "Most of us feel a tinge of reluctance when it comes to change, because it means we must take a risk and release some of our control." What we need to do is release and trust Jesus. "It is no risk to trust the One who is totally trustworthy." Isaiah 26:4. You may not have the confidence to face the change, but God can give us courage.Read more ›
Lessons I Learned in the Dark was such an inspiration to me that I couldn't imagine being more blessed by Lessons I Learned in the Light but I was.
GOD is using this wonderful woman to give hope and inspiration to so many.
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Your walk with Christ will never be the same!! I have grown much deeper! Get ready to be forever blessed! Pass it on!!!Published 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
Excellent writing as usual for Jennifer. I have read most of her books and taken most of her Bible studies.Published 22 months ago by D. Adams
This is yet another book from Jennifer that I oouldn't put down. Over the years, I've bought many of these types of books but could never seem to read them from start to finish. Read morePublished on November 19, 2009 by K. Thompson
Lessons I Learned in the Light: All You Need to Thrive in a Dark World
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Jennifer is a talented and wonderful Christian woman...her story will motivate anyone with a disability who thinks life is not worth living...buy it! You will love her life story..Published on September 2, 2008 by K. Thomsen
Lessons I learned in the light, great book, as good as lessons I learned in the dark, Jennifer uses words to paint pictures you can only see with your heart.Published on November 17, 2007 by Shannon Stepp