Two people view the same facts but reach opposite conclusions. One focuses on the lacerating, stabbing pain of the moment, whereas the other transforms the same circumstances into radiant accomplishment. A pearl, after all, is "wondrous beauty wrapped around trouble." Such a splendid response is possible only if one trusts each life incident to God's all-inclusive point of view. Anna Mary Byler shows how this divine perspective is worked out in the daunting responsibilities and magnificent opportunities of a woman's calling.
"Life isn't all ever-blooming roses. The bright petals fall and thorns prick our comfort zones. The future is lined with scattered clouds of uncertainty. A Woman from God's Perspective comes at a time of rapid change in how we work and live. Our impressive technology is constantly improved, forcing us to update or replace. City dumps are peppered with obsolete electronic equipment. The housewife has an abundance of automatic gadgetry to 'save time' and do her work; the advertisers advise her that she still doesn't have the latest. The author writes in the midst of her own testing and suffering. She writes from her experience as a loyal wife, a faithful mother, and a caring grandmother. Her insights come from a deep inner desire to be a godly woman from God's perspective, a commitment to God's word, and a careful walk with Him. Here is a noteworthy encouragement to be a godly person in a changing world." -Simon Schrock
Anna Mary Byler lives with her husband near Stuarts Draft Virginia. Her husband Bennie is retired from many years in active church ministry. Their ministry has taken them to a number of other countries. They were blessed with three daughters and one son. Grandchildren now grace their family gatherings.
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