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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

BOOK REVIEW: A BRIDE IN STORE

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Eliza Cantrell is a mail-order bride who is robbed on her way to meet her intended.  Axel isn't waiting for her when she does make it to town; after all she's a week early.  Axel isn't there but his friend/co-business owner of a store is there.  His dream is not to be a shopkeeper but to be a doctor. Eliza's dream is to run her own store or at least co-own with her future husband.  So many dreams and so much going on that hasn't been revealed yet.  Is Axle the man for Eliza and will any of their dreams come true?
I found the people in this book to be interesting, although the story itself seemed to move slow at times.  It would go slow for quite awhile and then all of a sudden something dramatic would jump out at you.  This is what kept me going.  The storyline itself was something different, with a few twists and turns.  I couldn't help it, I really liked both  Eliza and Will.

I received a FREE copy of this Book from Bethany House Publishers as part of their book review program, and I am under no obligation to write a positive review.

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A father had this tombstone designed 
and made for his wheelchair-bound son depicting him
"free of his earthly burdens."    96.7 CHYM FM/FACEBOOK

Doug Addison: 'Prepare For Sudden Impact'

Doug Addison: 'Prepare For Sudden Impact'

P- 2 JOYFUL PROCLIMATION







"We must move from petition to a joyful proclamation.

 Thank you, Lord that I’m going to be warrior.

 Thank you that that means all my years 

of being a wimp are at an end.

 Thank you that you’re going to help me 

think like a warrior, 

stand like a warrior,

 look at things like a warrior, 

talk like a warrior,

walk like one, fight like one. 

Thank you that all the attributes of a warrior

 are now being birthed in me and I get to stand up 

and press that through in my relationship with Jesus. 

I joyfully partner with you

 and I confess your purpose 

and your provision in my life in Jesus’ name."
From THE FAVOR SERIES      GRAHAM COOKE/FACEBOOK