Family Love Endurance
She is so matter a fact about starvation she endured that you almost didn't understand how bad it was. When they weighed her at the hospital at the end I was shocked.
When the soldier was crying carrying her at the hospital.
The story was really well told. I'd read the Bible accounts of these stories several times but this book gave me a different perspective on the stories of Saul, David and Absalom.
I enjoyed his performance because he has a very nice tone to his voice. It made it easy to focus on the story.
David because he was the consistent character who had to lean on and learn from God.
I laughed often at this book. The stories were really wonderful. My only criticism is that my stomach was a little squeamish during parts. That's a personal problem though and most would find no issue with the details of some of the cases.
Dr. Pol - he is warm and caring and compassionate with the animals but can be tough as nails when it's in the best interest of the animal and the farmer.
I enjoyed his reading a lot but I think that the audiobook might have been better in Dr Pol's own voice.
I really liked how Dr Pol said that the show brought his son and himself closer together. I thought that was very sweet.
The theology was simple so that a child could understand. Jesus came to help all people and he loves all his children.
It was faithful to the Bible account of the story.
He was an excellent narrator. I could have envisioned Charles Dickens reading this to his children.
Yes, and I did.
I loved the way that Andrew was able to give so many specific examples of how God led him. I think that it will help me to listen to the small still voice in my life.
I liked how they started the story off before God was leading him and he showed us how fallible he was but still God used him and loves him.
I loved how he was willing to sacrifice everything to print the Bible and his wife supported losing her home to follow God plan.
Yes, I listened to it on vacation and really had trouble stopping listening.
Yes, I was very drawn into the audio version of this book. Listening helped me to focus my attention on the points the author was making.
I enjoyed the section on Peter. There were many points in the book that made me stop and think though. I shared much of this book with my small group.
I cried often when Rev was talking about the sacrifice Jesus made. This book made me think about the well read scriptures in a new way that was very thought provoking and touching.
This is a great book for small group during Lent.
How both women learned about the love of God and how His forgiveness is free to anyone. I think it shows the importance of sharing our testimony.
She brought the characters to life with her great performance.
Predictable, sweet, mystery
When the bad guy reveals himself
The performance was terrible. The narrator was sighing and breathing heavy through the whole thing. She depicts the characters with high pitch whiny voices. Massive drama is added to the most mundane conversations. I listen to a lot of audiobooks and wanted to stop listening this even though I enjoyed the story because the narrator was so bad.
No, it was pretty predictable who the bad guy was but I was glad when it was finally revealed.
This is my favourite Francine Rivers book. Truly special.
I loved how her husband reflected the love of Jesus.
I loved how she finally found herself self-worth and independence near the end.
I would, the book stays true to scripture while adding life to the characters.
When he was trapped in the tunnel in the dark.
I would, this story was captivating. The performance was fantastic. I had to buy the next books to hear more.
I loved how when I checked scripture it was accurate but they were able to bring the characters to life for me.
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