Woman of Means

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Multnomah Publishers, 2000 - Fiction - 346 pages
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In this second release in the Daughters of Jerusalem series, Thom Lemmons explores the question of what happened to Lydia, Paul's first European convert. Woman of Means uses strong characters and an imaginative plot to take readers to biblical times for possible answers. As readers view the struggles of life through fresh eyes, they will be reminded of the commonality of all human struggle and our shared need for God's grace. All those who seek to run well in the race of life will be inspired by the story of a young widow whose indomitable will helps her to survive, and whose restless soul leads her to God.

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In this fictional account of the life of Paul's first convert in Philippi, Lemmons (Daughter of Jerusalem; Daniel) uses narrative flashbacks to allow the dying Lydia to relive the best and worst ... Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
110
Section 3
135
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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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