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I have been involved in a ladies Bible study at my church, and we are doing the book, "A Womans Heart, Gods Dwelling Place."
and I must say I have fallen in love with my Lord and Savior all over again.
I also am thanking God for the gift he has blessed you my sister with. I was married two weeks ago to the man with which I know that the Lord blessed me with and my sister read the poem about the Bride there that night after my pastor had pronounced us husband an wife and it brought such joy to my husband and myself.
Again thank you and bless you for all that you are in my life of ups and downs, hills and valleys.....etc..
Most recent customer reviews
Not for me, too random and poetic. Not my style but no offense meant to the author as it's clearly from the heart. Not a bad book at all just not my thing.Published 12 months ago by Viridis
I enjoyed reading about Beth and Keith's family. I feel I know them a little better. I so enjoy taking her Bible studies.Published on Jan. 12 2014 by Esther
Taking one from laughter to tears, both from sadness and happiness, this book touches the heart and spirit by relating how God's grace touches our lives as women. Read morePublished on Sept. 24 1999
I bought this book at a First Place Conference after having the blessing of hearing Beth speak and share some of the works from Things Pondered. Read morePublished on Aug. 11 1999
I bought this book 2 years ago, and it still continues to touch my heart today. I cannot help but to be drawn to the Saviour after reading these poems. Read morePublished on Feb. 25 1999
If Beth Moore is a lesser woman, I hate to think of what that makes me. After living her Bible Sutdies "A Man after His Own Heart" and "A Woman's Heart" I... Read morePublished on Feb. 9 1999