Throughout Scripture, God makes himself known as a heavenly Father who defends, comforts, and provides for the widow---and he expects his followers to do the same. In this compassionate book, Walker explores what Christians can learn from Naomi, Ruth, the widows of Zarephath, the Jerusalem widows, and Mary, the mother of Jesus. 128 pages, softcover from Day One.
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Review 1 for God's Care for the Widow: Encouragement and Wisdom for Those Who Grieve
Best book out there on this subject.
Date:May 10, 2012
I gave this book to my mom. After three years on her own, she was still suffering. Mom absolutely loved this book. She reads a bit each night before going to bed, and is reading it for a second time.