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5.0 out of 5 stars A must read for every mature Christian, 11 Jan. 2014
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This review is from: Harriet Tubman: The Moses of her People (Unabridged Start Publishing LLC) (Kindle Edition)
This book demonstrates that one is a majority with the Lord God Almighty onside, it shows that it does not matter the circumstances of one's situation the will of God prevails, the heroine had nothing but GOd gave her just what she needed to be the Moses of her people. The mature Christian will easily recognise and identify the hand of God in the narrative.
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Initial post: 5 Dec 2014 18:42:17 GMT
Jane Louise says:
I read it, and would disagree with you utterly. Harriet was a very strong woman, and used that inner strength to "keep going" even when many around her would have (and tried ) to give up. Harriet herself attributed her achievements to her "God", and I suspect that she really believe that her god helped her. Good thing she didn't think too much about that all-powerful god, considering that following the "omnipotent God" notion, this god was the one responsible for her suffering in the first place. Presumably, according to you, and those who believe as you do, all those other slaves who were raped and murdered by their owners.... that was God's will, too.

A good story about a great woman.
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