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    1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      January 11, 2010
      River Of Joy Ministries
      Fabulous!!! A must read for everyone!! This is such a healing book. Truly shows us our apathy toward our relationship with Jesus.
    2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      December 27, 2007
      Euda Switzer
      Great little book. Very inspiring. I bought to give to relatives for Christmas and birthdays. Several had passed them around at church and they all thought it was a great little book. Easy to read.
    3. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      March 8, 2002
      Janel Messenger
      What a touching allegory about the way Christ loves us! I recommend it for those who are struggling with Christ's love & acceptance in their life. It makes His love for us so much more real. Excellently written.
    4. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      May 6, 2000
      Gretchen Kaup
      I read this book before I became a Christian and I thought it was a neat Cinderella story where a rich Jewish prince chose to marry a half Jew, half Gentile woman despite her faults and sins. I thought how wonderful it would be if I married a man like that one day. It was not long after I read this book that I came to know Christ and I decided to read this book again. I was amazed at all the Christian symbolisim. I had only been a Christian a few months, but my eyes had been opened to God's Word and I was able to see all the significance of the Jewish prince as Christ and Christians as His chosen bride, despite all our faults and sins. All the verses I had memorized before I was a Christian came alive to me finally when I saw the significance of the symbolisim in this book. It is a great book for every Christian to read as a parable to our relationship to Christ, and I also think it is a non-threatening book for a non-Christian to read and really understand the love and forgiveness of Christ.
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