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Far Above Rubies: Today's Virtuous Woman
Book details:
Pages: 195
Rating: 4.0

Original Title Far Above Rubies: Today's Virtuous Woman

ISBN 0916206424 (ISBN13: 9780916206420 )


Book description:

Only in Christ Jesus is a woman beautiful. Nine Reformed writers show from Scripture that God graces His daughters with the adornments of faith and virtue. The authors demonstrate clearly, on the basis of God's revelation, that the believing woman's joy and contentment in Christ Jesus is attained in Christian service to her husband and her covenant children. This is the God-given norm.

Far above Rubies encourages the believing woman not to envy the woman of the world but to witness to all of her blessedness in fulfilling her God-given role.

Let young men and husbands of all ages be reminded by reading this book of their great blessing from their God, who gives to them His redeemed daughters as our sisters, wives, and mothers.




Book Authors:

Herman C. Hanko

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