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Mary Harwell Sayler
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Christian poet, writer, and lover of Christ, the Bible, church, prayer, poetry, and family
Christian poet, writer, and lover of Christ, the Bible, church, prayer, poetry, and family

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As the family of Christ Jesus, we have a calling! Freedom to live freely…. Freedom to love….

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The KJV Super Giant Print Reference Bible, which Hendrickson Bibles, kindly sent me to review, comes with a huge 17-point font to help visually impaired people read the King James Version of the Bible with greater ease.

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When I heard about Mary: Seeing God through the Eyes of a Mother by Eugene H. Peterson, I immediately requested a review copy from Tyndale Blog Network. Not only do I love the work of Eugene Peterson, translator of The Message, but positive writings about Jesus’ Mother have been too few, except among Catholic publishers or writers who focus on the Nativity. Also, the idea of a “Drawn in Bible Study” offers a fresh approach to scripture and Bible discussions.

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This well-written book of Bible stories retold by Anne de Graaf and illustrated by Jose Perez Montero has the makings of a biblical classic for children in the elementary school grades.

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Thank you so much, Rebekah Lyn Books, for including my poetry books, books on writing, and reviews on your website. God bless.

God is here! God saves you. God celebrates you.

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Holman Bible Publishers has done it again! They’ve published another impressive study edition in the new CBS Study Bible, which they kindly sent me to review.

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To increase your connections on Social Media, make a connection! Find Followers by following. Then write about subjects that interest you and will also interest your readers.

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Eerdmans kindly sent me a review copy of A Gathering of Larks by Abigail Carroll – a lovely poetry book of lyrical letters to Saint Francis I’ve enjoyed, meditated on, and now highly recommend.

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As we confess to each other and turn our sins over to God, we’re rid of those obstacles! What power our prayers have then!
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