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Giveaway at Loraine Nunley's website: Rebekah by Jill Eileen Smith #BookGiveaway

Today’s book giveaway is for the inspirational Biblical fiction bookΒ RebekahΒ by Jill Eileen Smith.

Synopsis from the back of the book:

When her beloved father dies and she is left in the care of her conniving brother Laban, Rebekah knows her life has changed forever. Though she should be married by now, it’s clear that Laban is dragging his feet, waiting for a higher bride-price to line his pockets. But then Rebekah is given a chance to leave her home to marry Isaac, a cousin she has never even seen, and her hope for the future is restored. Little does she know what a wondrous and heart-wrenching journey she is beginning.

As Rebekah experiences the joy of young love and the bitterness of misunderstanding and betrayal, her resolve is tested. When the rift between Isaac and her grows so wide it is surely too great to be mended, can she trust the God of Isaac’s father Abraham to bridge the gap?

Where can I learn more about this author and their books?

Jill Eileen Smith, author website


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The comment requirement for this giveaway is: Rebekah waited years for children. What is something that you waited a very long time for?

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27 thoughts on “Book Giveaway: Rebekah by Jill Eileen Smith

  1. My wait is not quite in the past-tense yet. What I’ve been waiting on, for what seems like an eternity, is the finalization of the adoption of my baby sister. She’ll be three this winter and we’ve had her since she was born. Once her adoption is finalized, my heart can be at rest and my mind at peace, knowing we’ll have to worry of her being taken from us. This is what I wait for and, though it’s very easy to get frustrated with the length of time that I’ve been waiting, I’m trying to keep calm and rest easy, knowing it’ll come in time.
    Elly -Indiana-

    1. What a great thing to happen to your family Elly! Thanks so much for sharing that with us. Welcome to my website. πŸ™‚

  2. I have been waiting a long time for a cure for epilepsy. Will it ever happen? I don’t know. I am trusting that the Lord knows all the whys and wherefores. I try hard to rely on his timing

  3. I waited what seemed like a long time for a husband. God answered through mutual friends who introduced us on a blind date. This past Monday we celebrated our 36th wedding anniversary!

  4. To find the right guy to marry so I could have children . That is something I always wanted was to be married first and was the first in my family to do it in that order . Graduate get married then have kids. It’s something I have always been proud of.

  5. I think I am waiting most for Christ’s return. I lost my mother 15 years ago and the loss has tremendously impacted my life. I cannot wait to enjoy being reunited with her and other loved ones in the earth made new!

    1. I absolutely can relate to that Quanny. My mother went to be with the Lord 16 years ago and I am looking forward to that reunion. πŸ™‚

  6. I waited years for my eldest daughter to marry but that never happened, and I have accepted this as God’s will for her. She is an accomplished, happy, independent young woman, and I am very proud of her.

  7. The love of a good Christian man who not only loved me but my folks as much as his own. We have not been married 34 wonderful years and I can honestly say that I love him more than life itself.

  8. I feel like I’ve waited a long time to learn about contentment and faith. Through a series of trials, God is refining me and growing me in him! Well worth the wait.

  9. To have a special unspoken prayer request answered. Only the Lord and I know what it is, and I know he will answer it in his way and his time.

  10. I waited a long time to live in a house. Growing up, we always lived in an apartment and I shared a room with my brother.

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