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Until Forever (Women of Prayer) Perfect Paperback – January 25, 2011
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Several years pass and Jessi decides to pull the plug and let Ethan die. She has become even more bitter than before, and even her Aunt Merry, a woman of deep faith, cannot convince her to surrender her problems to God. Meanwhile, Mark has been undergoing some changes of his own while in prison. Befriended by the prison Chaplin, he becomes a Christian and embarks on a brand new life as a believer. The biggest surprise that takes place during this time is that Jessi has had another child - a girl named Olivia, who is also Mark's daughter. Apparently she was pregnant when the accident happened and no one knew. I had to wonder where the infant was while she was spending every waking moment at her son's bedside before he died. That aside, the story moves forward when Mark gets released from prison. For me, this is where the story really begins.
The tables have turned as far as the reader's sympathies go. Mark is a genuinely changed man, where as Jessi has become, quite understandably, even more anxious and unforgiving. Little by little, however, through the prayers of Aunt Merry, Mark and others, Jessi begins to soften.Read more ›
A compelling story. Be ready to laugh and cry...and be moved. Highly recommended...
I especially loved Aunt Merry's prayer group, their closeness, and the format of their meeting time. What a bond these wonderful women had developed as well as the strength and persistence of their prayer life. I particularly loved their joy and celebration when a prayer had been answered.
Overall, a wonderful easy to read faith-based book. I look forward to reading the next in this series.
"When you feel weak, open the Word. When you feel helpless, hopeless, friendless, open the Word, and God will fill every place of emptiness inside of you. Lean on him for everything. If you put your trust in him, his plan for your life will come forth."
"..every day is a gift. Learn to treasure what it is God is showing you. Learn to make your days his days. When we following his perfect will for our lives, we are walking in the direction he wants to go. Each day, keep your Bible with you. It's your source of strength."
"God wants our firsts, not our leftovers."
"..follow your heart and don't keep holding on to not forgiving. It will keep you from the life you are meant to lead.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Thought provoking story. Ups & downs like real life. Captured my interest from first chapter. Had to follow along to see how characters would accept God's will in their lives. Read morePublished 7 days ago by E Loera
This was such a great Christian book to read. The story line kept you reading all the time and showed you such a faith based approach to life.Published 2 months ago by Mickey
This book is so poorly written. The grammar is horrible, descriptions are contradictory, point of view switches without transitions, and the "transitions" are abrupt. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kellee Mason