A Woman After God's Own Heart (Paperback)Elizabeth George
Become the woman of excellence God designed you to be.
Did you know it is within your reach to become a true woman after God’s own heart? But the transformation comes from God.
In A Woman After God’s Own Heart®, best-selling author Elizabeth George offers you disciplines that you can follow to put yourself in God’s hands so that He can work in your heart.
With warmth and grace, she shares practical, scriptural insights on how you can pursue God’s priorities by focusing on your husband, children, home, and ministry.
In this updated and expanded edition she focuses on the different seasons of your life with practical advice on dealing with the changes.
The principles in A Woman After God’s Own Heart® will teach you how to grow through a love of Scripture and in discipleship in order to walk closer with the Lord.
About the Author
Elizabeth George is a best-selling author with approximately 10 million copies of her books in print. Her signature title, A Woman After God’s Own Heart®, has sold more than 1 million copies. Elizabeth and her husband, Jim, have been married for more than 40 years. They have two married daughters and eight grandchildren, and divide time residing in Honolulu, Hawaii and the Washington State coast.
Size140 x 216 mm
Number of Pages304 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
A Heart Devoted to God
But one thing is needed, and Mary has chosen that
good part, which will not be taken away from her.
I had done it thousands of times before, but two days ago it was
different. I’m talking about the walk I take each day in the
dewy part of the morning. As I moved through my neighbor-
hood I noticed a woman—probably in her late seventies—walk-
ing on the sidewalk by the park. She had an aluminum walker
and appeared to have suffered a stroke. She was also a little bent
over, a telltale sign of osteoporosis.
What made this outing different for me? Well, just three
days earlier we had buried my husband’s mother. Lois was in
her late seventies when God called her home to be with Him…
and Lois had used an aluminum walker…and Lois had suffered
from osteoporosis…and Lois too had experienced a slight stroke.
Still grieving over our recent loss, I was a little down even
before I spotted this woman who so reminded me of Lois.