Heaven In Her Arms Paperback
Why God Chose Mary to Raise His Son and What It Means for You
by Catherine Hickem;
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Heaven In Her Arms
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Mary was there the day Jesus was born. She was there the day he was crucified. What happened in between offers a gold mine of faith-building principles for women.
In Heaven in Her Arms, author Catherine Hickem shows readers there is much that women can learn from this most famous female in the Bible.
With powerful Bible teaching and practical application any woman can use, this book shows that Mary is a role model of faith for all women.
Some of the life-changing truths Heaven in Her Arms reveals are:
- Faith is central when facing fear and uncertainty
- Obedience to God means leaving behind our plans
- The heart of a woman is important to the Father
- Praise has a deep purpose in shaping our relationship with God
- A community of believers is essential to a life of faith
The God of the universe hand picked Mary to raise his Son. What 'Heaven in Her Arms' unveils are the bedrock characteristics that, in God's design, empowered her to shape Jesus for his purpose on earth. Women everywhere can peer into this special life and discover a deeper faith, a God-honouring purpose for their lives, and the core of their identity as believers.
Heaven In Her Arms by Catherine Hickem was published by Thomas Nelson in April 2012 and is our 15380th best seller. The ISBN for Heaven In Her Arms is 9781400200368.
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Details for Heaven In Her Arms
|Author / Artist||Catherine Hickem|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (April 2012)|
|Number of Pages||240|
|Page last updated||26th November 2016|