A Change of Hearts: The Reconciliation of Sarah and Hagar
This intriguing fictional story takes the reader back centuries ago to a meeting between two of the world's most important and yet largely unknown women. Sarah, the wife of Abraham and the mother of Isaac who was the father of the Jews, meets with Hagar, the maidservant who bore Abraham's son Ishmael, the father of the Arabs. The animosity, resentment, hatred, and bitterness that still continue today finally end in this short story.
How to resolve conflicts and have peaceful relationships is an added bonus at the end of this book. You, too, can have a change of hearts with others in your life!
Written by the co-owner of The Peace Rug Company, Inc., Carol Sutton Lumpkin, Ms. Lumpkin uses portions from the Old Testament as well as The Peace Rug to capture one's imagination of what might have been-and what could be today.
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