Beloved of the Lord has been written to raise awareness of this gift and to give thanks for all the blessings that they bestow upon us. Beloved of the Lord speaks of the daily challenges and joys that these people experience and how the Word of God supports them on their journey.
- A book to be read slowly and thoughtfully , then mulled over and read again. Review by Mary Bartholomew
(I did have to look up the meaning of one word – anawim is a Hebrew word meaning ‘The poor seeking God for deliverance’.)
The last third of the book is ‘Resources, helpful organisations and useful information.’ Not just the website list you might expect but for instance the ‘Mission Statements’ of particular schools, some Christian faith services and an excellent and really helpful section of ‘Clinical information on some disabilities’ followed by other information and then, yes, a list of useful websites.
A difficult book to categorise but one I am very glad to have read. (Posted on 11/06/2012)