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How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author's style Explain the rating you gave Don't Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book's price Recap the plot. Still, she put them on the visitors list and was very grateful for the sisters that came to visit. If you were the mother of Jamal Wilkins—the boy who Jodi Baxter killed in her car accident in Yada Yada 1—how would you feel to discover her relationship to your other child?
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How does this discovery affect 1 Jodi? Oh, boy. This is a hard one. I believe I would have reacted the same way as the mother in the story did.
How does it affect: 1 Jodi: She is devastated. He is the most forgiving of all. He sees Jodi for the person she is who loves him and wants to help him learn. How does this affect Jodi? Why do you think his response was so healing? They learned about the Ten Days of Awe, were they not only confess their own sins, but they intercede on behalf of all their fellow Christians as well.
Denny felt compelled to apologize to MaDear for what the man she mistook him for had done to her and to her family. I think it was healing because it helped both Denny and MaDear move past what had happened; to MaDear as a child and to Denny when MaDear mistook him for someone from her past. The concept of repenting for other sins raises a lot of questions for me. As Jodi says in the book, we are each responsible for our own sins.
Examine your own attitudes that may hinder fellowship with other groups of Christians. What is the most difficult or challenging area for you?
What would it mean to repent of this attitude? My attitude of timidity probably hinders my fellowship with other groups of Christians.
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Painfully so when I was young. I always hid behind my older brother. Breaking free from my fear has been very challenging and is something I work on all the time. How can we help each other? I think we should all do our best to overcome stereotypes and misconceptions that arise from stereotypes.
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We should see each other as so important that Christ died on the Cross so that we might be forgiven of our sins. We can help each other by looking the heart and not the outward appearance just as God sees us. Are there relationships in your own life—of any nature—that need healing through repentance or forgiveness? I think everyone has sticky relationships. Especially within families and church families.
We all have different opinions and see things from different perspectives.