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Christina Lewis"a great little book that can help us reassess our lives and put into perspective what's really important."
Everyone reading this book will have something that 'speaks' to them. For me it was loving the unlovable and being the unlovable. It gave me pause and I've been thinking about the subject (and working on changing) a lot since reading the book. It is one that will hold a special place in my personal library... This is a book, for all people, not just girls."
Posted April 15, 2006
I may be a grandmother, but there's a 'girl' still very much inside of me. With that in mind, I read Primicerio's Being a Girl Who Loves--a book written primarily for female teenagers. With words as uncomplicated as Jesus originally used, she reminded me of what the Gospel of Christ is really all about. Plain and simple love in a plain and simple language we all can understand and emulate. While teenage girls will be freed by her message, we older 'broads' can grow from it as well.
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Posted March 11, 2006
When you say you love someone, do you think about what that means? Do you even know what love is? I thought I know how to love pretty well, but Shannon showed me through this book that I was wrong. We cannot learn to truly love others until we fall at Jesus' feet in worship and allow His pure, perfect love first of all to fill our own hearts and then to flow through us. Shannon is an amazing lady please read this book and allow her to give you a glimpse of what it means to love your family, your friends(and your enemies!), and most of all, your Saviour.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.