Girl Talk: Friendship of Elisabeth and Mary
edited: Sunday, August 12, 2012
By Angela D Watkins
Rated "G" by the Author.
Posted: Wednesday, November 28, 2007
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This book plainly touches on all healing areas of women lives such as depression, rebelling children, debt, grief and divorce, just to name a few areas.
This is a book review that I reviewed and shared December 2000 at one site. RECOMMENDED READING Girl, have I got good news for you and it is like " Spiritual Medicine to your Soul." This book was written by Thelma Wells (2000, Thomas Nelson Publishers, 161 pages). I would recommend this book for churches, homes, mission, women, Sunday school departments, counselors, pastors, abuse centers, financial centers, women clinics, funeral parlors and Parenting classes. This book plainly touches on all healing areas of women lives such as depression, rebelling children, debt, grief and divorce, just to name a few areas. I would like for you to think on Luke 1:5, 11-17, 36; I Samuel 1:2-7, Psalm 127: 3-5 and Luke 1:60. We are looking at two women sharing their joy and concerns. Elisabeth was the wife of Zechariah; God had chosen her for a special ministry. It seems like Elisabeth and Mary had a friendly relationship. When Elisabeth was six months pregnant, Mary visited her. Mary stayed with Elisabeth for three months, and the two women shared hopes and dreams. Elisabeth was old enough to be Mary's grandmother and she probably shared wisdom and advice with her. I can see a beautiful picture of the friendship of two women. They probably blessed and encouraged each other. Elisabeth was a wife, mother, friend, mentor and an encourager. When we came into the world we had great assets to weather successfully any storm or difficulty. My friend, let's take inventory of our assets: Love, courage, faith, prayer and God. Love opens doors, heals and blesses. Wisdom lights the path to health, prosperity, and adjustment of difficulties, happiness and peace of mind. Courage knocks on the door to success. Faith tells us that no matter what happens God is present in all His power. Prayer is the key to development of all of our assets. Our greatest asset is God. We can always count on God. Man will let you down. Angela Watkins December 2000