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The Amish Midwife’s Secret by Rachel J Good

Grounded In God

The Amish Midwife’s Secret by Rachel J Good is the most delightful Amish romance that will leave you smiling.

The novel is dominated by medicine – the small town family doctor and the Amish midwives, one a trainee. Traditional herbal remedies exist side by side with modern medicine and hospitals. Often for the Amish, gut instinct is the order of the day.

The novel deals with guilt and forgiveness. He wanted to “atone for his guilt. But nothing he did could ever erase his past.” We all make mistakes, it is not our role to drown in guilt. Jesus paid for all our sins on the cross so we do not ever need to atone for anything. We must forgive ourselves. Guilt is a heavy burden to carry and not one we are meant to pick up. If forgiveness is given by God, and it is, we would be guilty of hubris if we do not forgive ourselves.

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Angels Unaware by Rachel Good

Entertaining Angels

Angels Unaware by Rachel Good is an absolutely delightful contemporary Christian romance that really spoke to my heart.

Angels Unaware is delightful on two levels – on the surface it is a wonderful story, underneath it is the heart of God.

There are many messages and themes in the novel, but if you hear only one message, may it be – God’s will be done. So often we pray and try to impose our wills on God. We need to surrender to Him and pray Your will be done in all situations and at all times.

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