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Reflections from the book Twelve Extraordinary Women: Hannah

I’ve decided that I would finally write the review on the chapter of Hannah after reading John Piper’s message on Don’t Waste Your Womanhood. At the risk of oversimplifying his message, Dr Piper talked of womanhood being made for the … Continue reading

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Reflections from the book Twelve Extraordinary Women: Ruth

Everybody loves a good love story, and the book of Ruth is a great love story. It’s so gratifying to see the protagonist Ruth find redemption and love at the end of the book. She would later become the great-grandmother … Continue reading

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Reflections from the book Twelve Extraordinary Women: Rahab

God loves to use the despised of this world. 1 Corinthians 1:28-29 say, “God chose what is low and despised in the world, even things that are not, to bring to nothing things that are, so that no human being … Continue reading

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Reflections from the book Twelve Extraordinary Women: Sarah

My perception of Sarah had not been all that positive. As the wife of Abraham, she was to be one through whom God’s covenant to Abraham was to be fulfilled. God promised Abraham that he would be the father of … Continue reading

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Reflections from the book Twelve Extraordinary Women: Eve

If there’s one woman who’s extraordinary, it’s Eve. Adam was but made from dust, and the rest of us were conceived in our mothers’ wombs, but Eve was physically crafted from the rib of Adam by God. The author’s guess … Continue reading

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