Critically acclaimed author Rebecca Plotner presents a page turner on the Proverbs 31 woman.
Dated 50 B.C., this historically accurate fiction novel walks the path of the Proverbs 31 Woman as she marries, runs a household and walks out her daily Biblical life.
Joyous Song, The Proverbs 31 Woman is now available as a Kindle Book and through Amazon.
Review for Joyous Song, The Proverbs 31 Woman:
In a world full of sin women are seeing a way to minister to each other just by walking out their daily lives. We no longer live in a world that is simple. Instead, we live in the midst of a spiritual battle that mirrors the sin of the Roman Empire. Women today are desperately looking for guidance as we juggle work, children, cooking, housework and femininity all while adoring our husbands for rescuing us from lonely single lives. At the same time we are tearing each other apart, playing the I’m-better-than-you game. Meanwhile we are under attack with feelings of inferiority. Not one of us can do it all, we all fall short and evidence of that screams in our heads daily. The end result should not be happy pills prescribed by the medical community. Instead it should be women of faith lifting each other up, encouraging each other.
We need help. This help is directly laid out for us in Proverbs 31. The problem is we don’t fully understand Proverbs 31. Joyous Song, The Proverbs 31 Woman turns scripture into plain kindergarten English. This easy to understand storyline will assist women in reading their Bibles with greater understanding.
Joyous Song, The Proverbs 31 Woman is encouraging and insightful. The storyline walks the reader through 50 B.C. life highlighting normal day to day existence at the same time exposing the sin that eventually brings down The Roman Empire. The use of slaves and their specific duties, landowners working their property and political upheaval are trumped by exposing the hearts of women in Biblical times. This historical fiction is based on absolute historical fact that will help the reader understand history as well as read their Bible with a clearer understanding of daily life.
Rebecca Plotner’s three previous hardcopy books continue to be top sellers. The Fontainebleau, Ocean Drive, A Guidebook and A Walking Tour of Lincoln Road all walk the reader through history with humorous tales. She lives in Chattanooga with her husband of 14 years where she home-schools her two sons. Her desire is to garden and write Biblical stories, her passion is for her family.