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A dear friend of mine has yet again written another book to leave us all pondering and evaluating ourselves. Rosilind Jukic is a writer on a mission. A mission to reach out to those who are in the missionary field, seeking to go into the missionary field and for those whose missionary field is in their very own homes. Her book 14 Days Of Agape is no different. It is all about learning to love the whole body of Christ, the way God had intended it to be loved. It is a message we all need to hear, read, practice and spread.
In this book Rosilind focuses on 1 Corinthians 13. Although most people who write about this chapter in the Bible use it has a tool in how we as Christian’s treat our relationships, Rosilind uses it in it’s purest form to show how God wanted us to treat our fellow believers and how He wants us to extend ourselves to reach out to others. God wants us to strive to show Agape Love to all just as He does. So often we cause harm to those who are part of the Christian body because we do not nourish it the way God intended. While reading this book I found several spots that I need to improve on myself.
This book truly is thought provoking and a blessing to read. And I have great news for you!!! Rosilind is having a giveaway of this awesome book starting Feb 6th over at A Little R &R. Even if you don’t win the giveaway be sure to grab a copy of this book and be prepared to look at these scripture in a whole new , refreshing light. It is an easy to understand and easy to relate to. I will leave you with one more quote from this amazing book 🙂
Until Next Time Just Keep Soaring 4 Him,
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