Daughter of Jerusalem

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Multnomah Publishers, 1999 - Fiction - 322 pages
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In Daughter Of Jerusalem we will watch as Mary Magdalene, one who was lost, then found, reaches in compassion toward other wandering sheep of the house of Israel. We will observe how the women of the company of disciples function, if not as heads of the body of believers, then certainly as its heart. Through Mary's eyes, we will see the birth of the infant church and experience the heady excitement of the early days following Pentecost, when Peter and the other apostle speak boldly before men they would previously have feared to cross. We also will see the changes taking place within Mary's heart-changes which may permit her to triumph over the wounds of her past and learn to trust once again.

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Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
17
Section 3
31
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About the author (1999)

Jan Beazely is the author of "The Strength of Mercy" and cofounder of All God's Children International, a licensed, non-profit Christian adoption and relief ministry that began in 1991 after the Beazely family adopted a child from Romania. In her extensive travels to Bulgaria, Jan has heard much of the account of King Boris' daring rescue firsthand from the remaining royal family.
Thom Lemmons has published numerous works of fiction and non-fiction, including "Sunday Clothes "and the best-selling "Jabez: A Novel," He is the managing director of ACU Press, owned by Abilene Christian University.

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