Embracing the Dawn before Sunset addresses issues within the Christian churches during these critical times. “Quite possibly a very unique and illuminating text written for this year.” This book touches on 21st century people of God and pinpoints a common stand that many churches are compromising godly living in hopes to win those without Christ. Sharon Spencer explains that faith and confidence in the power of God’s word are the tools that God has given to his people to win souls unto Himself. This woman of God encourages the people of the cross to embrace every occasion to accelerate in the knowledge of the Word of God. Sharon shares with the readers that it is important to know who you are in Christ. Remain humble but value your calling in Christ. This book addresses the need for believers to fight to be who God has called them to be by standing their ground despite persecutions, setbacks, disappointments and discouragements. Embracing the Dawn is a book of exhortation for many in need of words of encouragement. Every child of God must realize their potential in Christ. This book will be of interest to a wide range of readers across the Christian spectrum.
My only reservation with this book, and in all fairness it is a sign of the time when it was first published (the 1980s), is that there are some rather antiquated views included*sigh* Rating=5+/5 A different version of my review can be found on MBR's Realm of Romance P.SSabbath keeping is not a dry duty or an oppressive obligationOne of the best takeaways for me is the choice to be intentional about celebrating the Sabbath while not being bound by legalism and realizing that different people may choose to celebrate the day differently:-) Share/Like this Review? Judy SJul 04, 2016 Joshua DAnd while the information is good and I DO want to keep Sabbath, I'm having a very hard time getting through the book.I'm sure I will eventually finish it all, but in the meantime I'm exploring other books by writers I love, like Mark Buchanan's Marva Dawn spoke at our church a couple of years ago, and she was incredibly inspiring on the topic of keeping SabbathUgh I really disliked this book
He has a secret, she has a secret and neither one of them can trust the other enough to join forces and fight together until finally.Well, you know what happens.it is a romance after all! flag Like see review Ross's wife, Victoria ends up dying after giving birth to a baby boyI just had to write down this review after re-reading to share my thoughts on one of the most wonderful American Western historicals out thereThis 4.5 starsShare/Like this Review? Read All Book Reviews of "Another Dawn Sunset Embrace Bk 2" Mar 02, 2009 Hon rated it liked it a good book that taught me how to enjoy God and let God be God 5d8a9798ff