Item description for Meet Mrs. Job by Carolyn L. Reynolds...
Overview Experience unspeakable anquish from a woman who searches through rubble of ashes looking for her children. Then celebrate with her as she gives birth to ten even more beautiful children.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.98" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.2" Weight: 0.23 lbs.
Release Date Nov 20, 2003
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1594671397 ISBN13 9781594671395
Availability 140 units. Availability accurate as of May 25, 2017 08:25.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Meet Mrs. Job?
Appreciation of the virtuous woman Mar 5, 2009
I want to address you directly, Carolyn L. Reynolds, with an apology to myself and to you that I didn't find you and your Mrs. Job sooner. I felt like I was with a sister with whom I would, however, have some disagreement. But we would nod in agreement that Mrs. Job is finally appreciated after all the years of vilification. As we poured more hot water in our tea, we would agree that so much enlightenment occurs when we realize that she is part of Wisdom literature and that Proverbs 31:10-31 is an appropriate model for her.
We would concur in the observation that she was a true helpmeet to Job, and truly suffered with him in the trials. Her grief would be tangible as we thought of the loss of ten of her beloved children. We would smile ruefully as we observed that she was so much more than a baby-maker confined to her home and family. We would, I think, be gleeful that we have finally helped her come out to appreciation for the strong woman she was.
We wouldn't agree on the story we chose for Job's heritage and hers, but it wouldn't really make much difference -- not to me anyway -- because that is all background for appreciating this long overlooked woman's story.
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