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A Woman Who Fears the Lord Shall Be Praised

by Kathy Doyle


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This is a book describing a woman's role with her husband in partnership in marriage and raising a family with a deep conviction of faith. It is drawn from the experiences of the author, who lived every minute of the trials, sorrows, pain, and joys told in the many stories, anecdotes, and tales that make up this book. It describes a victorious Christian life, made possible only like a lump of coal forged into a hardened diamond by heat, pressure, and time. On the way, the author learned invaluable lessons about life, love, raising children, intimacy with God, and nurturing a husband to become the spiritual leader every woman desires deep in her soul. She now shares the lessons she learned in such a simple style. It's hard to put the book down. She shows how any woman can have a meaningful impact on not just her family and friends but the entire world, one person at a time. And she lived what she shares in her writings. This book gives several blueprints for success in marriage, overcoming seemingly insurmountable odds in life, true reliance on and trust in God, dealing with the many difficulties of rearing children, and facing death with anticipation and joy. At the same time, it also explains how women are haunted by self-esteem issues more often than men. Today's culture doesn't help either, implying that you aren't really anybody unless you wear the right clothes, look a certain way, smell heavenly, get into a certain career, and so on. But there is hope to overcome and even leave these doubts behind for a healthier image by knowing what really matters in life and pursuing it with vigor. This book has the plan. Just do it!

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