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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Self-giving means sacrifice," Elisabeth Elliot observes in this award-winning classic. Published twenty years ago, Love Has a Price Tag still speaks powerfully to us today, as freshly as if it had been written only yesterday. By depicting eve "Love means self-giving.
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Self giving means sacrifice. By depicting everyday encounters and events, she helps us to see meaning, both in the mundane and the miraculous.
From a hospital in Geogia, to a mission station in the Andes, from a seminary in Massachusetts to a secluded house in Jamaica, Elisabeth Elliot introduces us to places and people where simple faith perceives the power of God in the stuff of everyday living. This book offers a timeless spiritual perspective on the value of being a woman, wife, mother, and Christian. And it gave me new hope and new purpose. Apr 19, Christy Mabs rated it it was amazing. Not my favorite E. Dec 19, Natalie Weber rated it really liked it Shelves: christian-living , marriage-family.
Having heard her speak on several occasions, I could almost hear her quiet, but authoritative, voice imparting Scriptural truths to her readers on a wide variety of topics. I love Mrs. Oct 11, Adalee Grace rated it liked it. I only skipped through this one. Although that would shock many people. I cannot imagine waiting five and a half years for someone, only to loose them a year and a half later. Or I would rather not anyway. I certainly hope t I only skipped through this one. Dec 13, Kathy England rated it really liked it.
I thought I would use this book as a daily devotional, since it is a collection of essays, but I enjoyed Elliot's writing so much I finished it much sooner than anticipated. I didn't always agree with her views on the feminist movement, but she had a lot to say about living one's faith daily. Dec 28, Rebekah rated it it was amazing.
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This is a book of collected columns written by Elisabeth Elliot. Another great Elisabeth Elliot book!
Sep 09, Reid rated it liked it Shelves: christian-living. This is a collection of essays written by Elliot from the Some of the chapters are dated, some are not really that interesting or necessarily written well, it seems to me. Who am I to say that some things that Elizabeth Elliot are not written well?! Some chapters were very much worth the effort to find them, such as, chapters about the love of an old man for his disabled, dying wife, prayer, the joy of waking up beside her THIRD husband, the importance of motherhood. Jul 18, Pearlie rated it it was amazing.
I have not really read Elliot's books in full but when I did this one, I enjoyed it so much I finished it in one sitting. She sees life and lives life with life. There are tears and suffering but over and above it all, there is the love, hope and joy of the Lord. A delightful read, and truly an encouragement in this seemingly endless and tough highway of life.
Oct 23, Kaysie marked it as to-read. I own this book but am yet to read it Sep 04, Elga rated it really liked it. Good read from Elisabeth Elliot. Her writings are worth reading. Oct 25, Barbara Radisavljevic rated it really liked it Shelves: christian-devotional. I read this too long ago to rate or review it. Jan 19, Claire rated it really liked it Shelves: reads , christian-living. The perfect book for new moms.
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Feb 22, Kaylee rated it really liked it Shelves: christian-life. Acting so damn mysterious.
You got your shades on your eyes And your heels so high That you can't even have a good time. Everybody look to their left yeah. Everybody look to their right ha Can you feel that yeah Well pay them with love tonight It's not about the money, money, money. We need to take it back in time. And it wasn't low blows and video Hoes Am I the only one gettin' Why is everybody so obsessed?
Money can't buy us happiness. Can we all slow down and enjoy right now Guarantee we'll be feelin All right. Everybody look to their left to their left. Everybody look to their right to their right Can you feel that yeah Well pay them with love tonight