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You may be skeptical when it comes to the phenomenon of stigmatica; many evangelicals are. But the boo k does not push a conclusion. Instead, the issue is merely an invitation to shed your preconceived ideas about the way God works, much as first-century Jews were forced to do when Jesus arrived. If you can embrace this mindset, you’ll be blessed by the book. And if, like Gina, you are truly hungering for more of Jesus, this story will whet your appetite even more.Author: Claudia Mair Burney
Title: Wounded (A Love Story)
Publisher: David C. Cook
Click for Full Review:Burney’s Talent Conveys Love for People, Jesus and Fiction
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As a consumer, you don't expect to have the jeweler's work thrown into our lap. What you're looking for is a stone ready to wear. That's common sense. But you'd be surprised how many aspiring authors neglect common sense when it comes to shopping around manuscripts.Read On...