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Harvest House Publishers With an Everlasting Love

Torn between the forbidden embrace of a seductive stranger and the pledge of unconditional love from a man she's never seen, Christianna must choose between living for today or trusting in the promises of Joshua, her betrothed. But if Joshua loves her With an Everlasting Love, why doesn't he marry her? A tender allegory from award-winning author Kay Arthur. 141 pages, hardcover, Harvest.
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Review 1 for With an Everlasting Love
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Date:January 11, 2010
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Flame Fellowship
Fabulous!!! A must read for everyone!! This is such a healing book. Truly shows us our apathy toward our relationship with Jesus.
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Date:December 27, 2007
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Euda Switzer
Great little book. Very inspiring. I bought to give to relatives for Christmas and birthdays. Several had passed them around at church and they all thought it was a great little book. Easy to read.
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Date:March 8, 2002
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Janel Messenger
What a touching allegory about the way Christ loves us! I recommend it for those who are struggling with Christ's love & acceptance in their life. It makes His love for us so much more real. Excellently written.
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Date:May 6, 2000
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Gretchen Kaup
I read this book before I became a Christian and I thought it was a neat Cinderella story where a rich Jewish prince chose to marry a half Jew, half Gentile woman despite her faults and sins. I thought how wonderful it would be if I married a man like that one day. It was not long after I read this book that I came to know Christ and I decided to read this book again. I was amazed at all the Christian symbolisim. I had only been a Christian a few months, but my eyes had been opened to God's Word and I was able to see all the significance of the Jewish prince as Christ and Christians as His chosen bride, despite all our faults and sins. All the verses I had memorized before I was a Christian came alive to me finally when I saw the significance of the symbolisim in this book. It is a great book for every Christian to read as a parable to our relationship to Christ, and I also think it is a non-threatening book for a non-Christian to read and really understand the love and forgiveness of Christ.
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