Saturday, February 02, 2013

Review of the book Threads of Grace by Kelly Long

I liked this book. I really like reading books about the Amish and their way of life. This book was about this girl Grace who 7 years ago got married to this one man to help her family pay of debts and then her first husband died in an accident and she had six months to find another man or to lose all the help from the first husbands family. Well she ends up falling in love with this great guy named Seth and they end up getting married and living a great life and Seth ends up adopting Grace's child as well as his own so they are all a big happy family. I read this book in 3 hours and couldn't put it down. What I like about the Amish community is how people rush to help others, they truly are sharing what the bible says about being kind and loving our neighbors. A simple thing can mean so much to someone who is struggling such as a hug, a talking to or a meal. Sometimes we just need someone to be their for us when we are struggling and sometimes the struggling is in the inside so we need to really see who needs help and reach out a hand because a person may not come out and directly say they need help. Look for someone who is pulling away from others, crying, etc. Or a person may be praying and God may tell you to be there for him through some way.

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