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Their trust in the Lord and some surprising help enable them to complete the journey.
Award-winning Christian fiction writer Melanie Dobson's latest book, set back in the mid 1700s, is the story of a small group of Moravian Christians from Germany who move to America with a heartfelt desire to share the Gospel with the Indian population.Along with solid biblical teaching, they also share a personal journey of spiritual, emotional and sexual struggle as a young couple building one of the largest churches in world.Real Marriage fittingly explores the often-overlooked topic of friendship.While certain verses in the text get glanced over, Jeremiah does an outstanding job of providing solid and useful principles for married (and dating) couples.Even if one has a good handle on his own interpretation of the Song – or perhaps doesn't even believe the Song should be read from a natural perspective, the teaching provided by Jeremiah is in itself worth the read.This conclusion is based off a somewhat misleading survey and makes portions of the book less credible.
Nevertheless, Bevere (eventually) does a great job of establishing how we can and should access more of God's power to be rulers in this life by the grace of God through Christ.
They still are mourning the loss of her mother who had died shortly before they set off on the trip.
Midway along the way Samantha's father is attacked by a vicious bear, leaving him critically wounded and the family stranded.
This is not a deep textual study for those looking to unpack the Jewish history or various interpretations of the Song.
Jeremiah plainly and unapologetically presents the Song as the story of Solomon and the Shulamite woman that progresses from courtship to wedding to honeymoon and on into married life.
Anyone who doesn’t encourage you to seek a deeper relationship with God, isn’t someone worth giving your time to.