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Rachel's Tears: 10th Anniversary Edition: The Spiritual Journey of Columbine Martyr Rachel Scott Paperback – Deluxe Edition, February 16, 2009
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Beth Nimmo is the mother of Rachel Scott, the first victim killed at Columbine High School. Beth is the co-author of Rachel's Tears and author of The Journals of Rachel Scott. Darrell Scott has become a crusader since his daughter's death in the Columbine High School tragedy. He is the co-founder of The Columbine Redemption and is the co-author of the bestselling book Rachel's Tears and Chain Reaction. Steve Rabey is an award-winning author and speaker. He has written nearly twenty books and over 2,000 articles about religion and popular culture in the New York Times, Christian Retailing, and Publishers Weekly, among many others.
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After reading many of her journals, they realized that Rachel's relationship with God was like none other. In fact, it was so strong that they that she knew that she was going to die young. They realized that Rachel was brutally honest with God in her writing. She expressed doubts about faith, but she always trusted God. Rachel’s used kindness and love to smother the evil that accumulates in the world, which is one of the main lessons that I took out of the book. The reason this book is such a must read is because of all the lessons and inspiration you could take from it. It forces you to have compassion and realize that sadness and sorrow can be surpassed no matter what the situation is. Rachel’s parents, despite being traumatized by the death of their young daughter, decided to look at the bright side and share with the world Rachel’s thoughts in her journals. Overall, I would definitely recommend this book.
This is not a "martyrdom" book as the non-purchasing negative reviews have pointed out, this is a book of a young woman's compassion, kindness, and beliefs and from the excerpts of her journals that were included in the novel really more a roadmap on how we should live our lives - the adults in the room can learn a lot from this young woman. Rachel Scott was taken too soon from this world, and we certainly need more like her.
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Rachel Scott who tragically died in the Columbine school massacre, has been heralded as...Read more