Woman of Means (Daughters of Faith)

Woman of Means (Daughters of Faith) 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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  • Paperback
  • 350 pages
  • Woman of Means (Daughters of Faith)
  • Thom Lemmons
  • English
  • 15 March 2017
  • 9781576736128

10 thoughts on “Woman of Means (Daughters of Faith)

  1. says:

    Lydiy is an old woman and on her death bed Her mind wanders back to her childhood and through her life experiences She remembers falling in love and marrying her husband When he dies she moves to Philippi to work with her uncle in the purple dye industry She comes in contact with Jews and is attracted to their faith Later she meets the Apostle Paul and becomes a follower of The Christ.This book felt disjointed to me Lydia s memories made the book rather incoherent and haphazard It was somewi startling to be bounced around from memory to the next and to keep the sequence of events in my mind Other than that it was a beautiful story and I loved her character Lydia had her own ideas on how to live her life and didn t fall into the mold that was expected of her She had her flaws and endeavoured to the best of her ability She was someone I felt I could admire.

  2. says:

    I agree with the other written reviewer, at times, the book was hard to follow The story was from the point of view of a dying woman flashing back and sometimes I got lost if it is the present or a flashback and this muddling got worse towards the end In some ways the book was well researched on how people lived in that time period yet I was disappointed how little was written about the early Christian church.

  3. says:

    I didn t care for the style it was written in, and the beginning moved really slow The constant flashbacks and flash forwards were really annoying as well But when you reach the middle of the book as she starts her purple trade, it got really interesting.

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