Called to walk by faith, not by sight, you still need light! Jennifer Rothschild's path, darkened by physical blindness, is illuminated by scriptural truth. And now she shares the keys to persevering and "clinging to the Sword" no matter what your circumstances. Lessons I Learned in the Light is a powerful collection of Scripture, intriguing autobiographical sketches, and pointed Bible study with personal, practical application questions that will encourage you every step of the way.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 224 Vendor: Multnomah Books Publication Date: 2006
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.19 (inches) ISBN: 1590526562 ISBN-13: 9781590526569 Availability: In Stock
Sometimes, Gods Word is like candlelight that warms and comforts. Other times, it is a red flashing light that protects. Often, its a spotlight that exposes your need. And since you are called to walk by faith, you need lightin all its various formsguiding your steps. Jennifer Rothschild s path, darkened by physical blindness, is illuminated by scriptural truth. And now she shares the keys to persevering and "clinging to the Sword" no matter what your circumstances. Lessons I Learned in the Light is a powerful collection of Scripture, intriguing autobiographical sketches, and pointed Bible study with personal, practical application questions that will encourage you every step of the way.
"Your word is a lamp unto my feet,
and a light unto my path."
Have you known darkness? Are you there even now? There is a ray of hope that brings clarity and guidance: Gods Wordthe Light that is better than life. And it wields the power to see you through absolutely anything.
Jennifer Rothschild , in her physical blindness, found the secret to persevering with endurance and shares it candidly. No matter what you face today, Lessons I Learned in the Light will help you: cling to His Word carry no baggage pray like crazy be God-conscious enjoy the fish bowl
No matter how dark the road, you can travel it courageously, secure in the Light. "For these commands and this teaching are a lamp to light the way ahead of you" (Proverbs 6:23 , NLT).
"Jennifer Rothschild is a sincere and transparent example of what it means to press toward the goalto live a thriving, courageous life in Christ."
"Like the Renaissance artists of old, Jennifer Rothschild sees with her heart. Through self-discipline, acute observation, and Christ centeredness, the tapestry of her life has been woven together by an unshakeable faith."
Luci Swindoll Author and speaker, Women of Faith
"Her gentle, pleasing style first draws readers in and captures their imaginations. Only then does she deliver her more powerful punches."
Story Behind the Book
"I dont have the privilege of reading Gods Word in the traditional sense, but I still rely on it as my source of powerpower to persevere and thrive in a world of darkness. Without it, I would have quit a long time ago. Proverbs 6:23 says These commands and this teaching are a lamp to light the way ahead of you (NLT). While Lessons I Learned in the Dark provided principles for walking by faith, Lessons I Learned in the Light offers fuel for running with endurance."
Jennifer Rothschild, speaker, author, and recording artist, captivates audiences with her spiritual depth, storytelling, and signature wit as she travels across the country challenging her listeners to walk by faith, not by sight. Rothschild is the author of several books and Bible studies, including the popular Lessons I Learned in the Dark . She is a frequent speaker on the Women of Faith tour, and is cofounder of an online magazine for women, WomensMinistry.NET. Jennifer lives in Missouri with her husband, Philip, and their sons, Clayton and Connor.
Rothschild, a regular speaker on the Women of Faith lecture circuit, offers a
companion volume to her prior work Lessons I Learned in the Dark that reads
like a charming invitation to afternoon tea. Her gentle, pleasing style first
draws readers in and captures their imaginations. Only then does she deliver
her more powerful punches, emphasizing that Christians should live by
accountability, self-discipline and faith rather than emotions. Expounding
upon quirky daily life occurrences as a wife and mom, Rothschild blends
humorous tales with the poignant reality of being blind. Struggling with
blindness day in and day out is tough stuff, she admits, yet she believes that
faith grows best amid the thorns of life, providing more sustenance, depth,
strength and inner change than "simple deliverance" ever could. Particularly
compelling is her take on grace, which according to Rothschild is "by its very
nature unfair." According to her, "God's grace is sufficient because it is
both priceless and practical." Readers will also find spiritual provision in
chapters discussing why courage is more valuable than confidence, how hope is
life's essential ingredient and why risk taking is a no-brainer. Christian
readers, beware: while this looks like a run-of-the-mill spirituality book,
its pages contain the potential to drastically alter lives. (July) Copyright
2006 Reed Business Information.