Live Beautifully : A Study In The Books Of Ruth And Esther Paperback
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Live Beautifully : A Study In The Books Of Ruth And Esther
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What kind of beauty does God honor? It doesn’t have to do with being a size six. Of course, you might know that in your head already. But how can the truth sink into your heart? Live Beautifully explores the stories of Ruth and Esther, two women who lived out true beauty. Ruth was a foreigner who made a scandalous choice that brought God’s favor. Esther was a Jewish orphan in a foreign land whose risky decision saved an entire nation. God saw beauty in Ruth’s and Esther’s lives—just as he sees radiant beauty in you. Come embrace that truth through the lessons in Live Beautifully. Each twenty-minute lessonis structured in five parts: Lift up (prayer), Look at (God’s Word), Learn about (new insights), Live out (application), Listen to (quotes from other believers). The Fresh Life series was created by women, for women—women who crave a profound experience of God’s Word without an overwhelming commitment of time. With each lesson, you will come to a deeper understanding of the truths of the Bible and develop a deeper intimacy with God.
Live Beautifully : A Study In The Books Of Ruth And Esther by Lenya Heitzig was published by David C Cook in July 2012 and is our 31169th best seller. The ISBN for Live Beautifully : A Study In The Books Of Ruth And Esther is 9780781406123.
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|Page last updated||28th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||Lenya Heitzig|
|Publisher||David C Cook (July 2012)|
|Number of Pages||315|