by Elaine Jordan
This book of reflections on life drawn from the Bible discusses a wide range of human experiences drawn from contemporary and ancient examples. Easy to read and uplifting.
Bob Waldron: Elaine Jordan's book provides exhortation that is needed to impress scriptural lessons. Both Christians and non-Christians will profit from her book, Reflections. Most devotional books are almost devoid of Scripture. Such books tell a little feel-good story and include a token verse at the end. But Mrs. Jordan's lessons grow out of, and are solidly based on, Scripture. I am happy to encourage students to be edified by sister Jordan's Reflections.
Don Truex: "Down to earth." If you are of my generation, you understand that phrase. Used as a compliment, it implies that a matter of some complexity has been skillfully reduced to an understandable level, without losing any of its essential substance. That is precisely what Elaine Jordan has done in her excellent work, Reflections. While addressing issues as diverse and challenging as the presence of God in a world of trouble, to the development of character into the image of Christ, Reflections helps transform faith in our heart into practical, relevant, obedient action in our lives. Such insight and application are well worthy of our consideration.
102 pages. Paperback.