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ePub Lena download

by Margaret T Jensen

ePub Lena download
Author:
Margaret T Jensen
ISBN13:
978-0898400748
ISBN:
0898400740
Language:
Publisher:
Here's Life Publishers; 1st Edition edition (1985)
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Subcategory:
Leaders & Notable People
ePub file:
1512 kb
Fb2 file:
1320 kb
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Rating:
4.5
Votes:
741

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Since I not only am a quilter, but a registered nurse, this book hit home for me. Margaret Jensen is a nurse too and spent many years as a nurse at a college campus.

Ships from and sold by Books Mela. Since I not only am a quilter, but a registered nurse, this book hit home for me. Lena was also an employee in the infirmary where Margaret worked. Oh that we all could have just an ounce of the love and trust that Lena had for her Lord. What a different world this world would be. I have purchased numerous copies of this book to give to friends and family with the encouragement for them to also pass it along to others.

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Beloved storyteller Jensen shares the true story of her sonâ?™s desperate struggle and one special woman, Lena, whose unshakable faith taught her to trust God during the hard times.

  • I have fallen in love with this author and her books. Very inspirational and uplifting! Recommend as a great read! If you need some inspiration these books are a sure thing. This is one of the best books I have ever read! I even caught myself reading parts to family members and shedding many tears. If you have a wayward loved one this book is for you!

  • This is the one I like best of Margaret Jensen's books! I've given several away to others, because I want them to read it too (but I kept one for me to reread)!

  • Lena is totally captivating as a spirit-filled woman in a non-spirit filled world!
    The prayers of this woman, and her way of living her faith...amazing!
    Love this book for the two-fold story that is revealed in its pages.

  • Since I not only am a quilter, but a registered nurse, this book hit home for me. Margaret Jensen is a nurse too and spent many years as a nurse at a college campus. Lena was also an employee in the infirmary where Margaret worked.

    Oh that we all could have just an ounce of the love and trust that Lena had for her Lord. What a different world this world would be.

    I have purchased numerous copies of this book to give to friends and family with the encouragement for them to also pass it along to others.

    Please, spend some time with Margaret and Lena and let them inspire you too. You will be blessed.

  • The use of her native tongue.

  • Lena is the story of two women who prayed, praised, and persevered to bring a demonized, demoralized young man out of dark hopelessness into victorious faith. It is the most PRACTICAL handbook on walking out spiritual warfare that I have encountered in my 40+years as a believer. It's also a terrific story. Read it - reread it. This is what we were made for.

  • This book didn't live up to my expectations taken from Margaret Jensen's past writings. It is the story of how she and a woman named Lena prayed for Margaret's son to rededicate his life to the Lord. But much of it is the word's of Lena in prayer or encouraging Margaret and I kept wondering "How did Margaret know what Lena said when she was praying?" Another question I had was the author expects the reader to believe that paragraphs she has written of Lena's words are correct and verbatim. This is impossible taken that much of it happened in the 70's and this was written in 1985 so how could Margaret remember all this. I also had trouble with the writing itself. It felt like Margaret was taking the opportunity to let her words preach at the reader, instead of allowing the experiences they went thru influence the reader. I did find the scriptures used to address the son's problems helpful, and how Margaret explained how they used the Word to move Satan out of his positon of authority in her son's life was good. But I don't think this was one of Margaret's best writings.

  • A great story for those who live through the pain of wayward family members.