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Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2003
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Within the heart of every woman is the desire to be pursued, cherished, and loved. When God Pursues a Womans Heart invites women on a personal journey of discovery that looks at the many ways God loves them, and how He shows that love. Through this book, women will come to know God as...
- a Father who cares and understands
- an encouraging friend who cheers them on
- a comforter who is patient and compassionate
- a valiant knight who always comes to the rescue
- a Faithful One who will never leave
- and much more
Women will gain a greater confidence in their purpose in life as they see how much God longs to sweep them off their feet and love them as only He can.
Jill JonesOpelika, ALAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Discover how many ways God pursues you...June 19, 2013Jill JonesOpelika, ALAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5God is a patient and compassionate comforter.
God is a valiant knight who is always ready to rescue.
God is an encourager who is always cheering you on.
God is a Father who treasures you.
God is a prince who has ransomed your heart.
Do you long for this kind of irresistible love? Do you long for the true rest only your Refuge can offer? Are you searching for an oasis that can quench your thirst like Christ did for the Samaritan woman at the well?
In "When God Pursues a Woman's Heart", Cindi McMenamin shows us through Bible stories and personal reflection the many ways that God pursues us. Throughout the Bible, we see examples of how God has been pursuing us since the creation of the world. He is always working on our behalf whether we realize it or not. Our discontent does not come from God. It comes from rejecting God, but in spite of our rejection, God continues to pursue us relentlessly.
Are you looking for your valiant knight? God will rescue you. God will search for you until you find Him. He patiently waits for us to come to Him so that He can comfort us, rescue us, restore us, free us, encourage us and ransom us. He already loves us.
Each chapter of "When God Pursues a Woman's Heart" ends with personal reflection questions and a suggested prayer. Find your resting place at the feet of Jesus and see His eternal love for you.
Located in: San Marcos, California
Submitted: August 05, 2003
Tell us a little about yourself. I love to write, spend time in reflective worship, and spend time with my pastor/husband Hugh, and our 11-year-old daughter, Dana.
What was your motivation behind this project? Women long for romance and to be swept off their feet. And while God makes grand gestures of His love toward us every day, in some of the simplest ways, we so often miss it. I wanted to show women, in eye-opening and heart-touching ways, that the most romantic gestures anyone could ever make toward us have already been made and are continuing to be made today by the God who pursues our hearts.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? I hope women will 'recapture the romance' of a relationship with God through the pages of this book and never again take Him -- or the demonstrations of His love -- for granted. It is also my hope that women who tend to see God as the Judge or Punisher, will get a glimpse of His softer, more tender side.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? Elisabeth Elliot, Elizabeth George and Cynthia Heald have all influenced me through their personal devotion to God and how it is so evident in their writing. I've had the privilege to meet each one of them and share with them how their writing and godly character has impacted me. They all serve as role models in my life.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: I think the Bible includes the greatest real-life stories ever told, and so this book in particular, retells some of those great stories and causes readers to appreciate them anew.