This book is one of those gems that you wish you could continually discover. It's one of those books written before 1970 that unabashedly declares faith in God, something rare today. It has has so many beautiful thoughts on prayer. The author was a daughter of a Baptist preacher. Her mother was full of faith too. She contrasts the different approaches to prayer that her parents took. She tells different stories of answers to prayers, hers as well as her friends. It is the third book in a trilogy [...]
I loved this book simply because it was so wholesome and fufilling. In addition, this book refreshed in me, what I already knew about God, but had forgotten.s such as the power of prayer, the love our Father has for us, and how everything is so simple with God, but we make it so complicated. I truly enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anybody
I found this old book on the shelves at my local library. It is really great, full of insights on prayer and fun personal stories. The author writes in a personal, easy to read style and it feels like she is sitting at your kitchen table sharing stories of her life with you. It think I will try to get a copy of this for my own book shelves.
This book was very well written and spoke of the true meaning of prayer and how it works just by a few simple words. the stories she tells of the simple life her mom lived and her example of living it melts my heart and makes me want to live life that way as well
It's nice to read a book that is not a page turner. This one gets 5 stars because even though it's not a page turner, you can pick it up anytime and get a valuable story or lesson out of it. Papa's Wife was the best book from the series, in my opinion.