29 November 2012

Diana Reviews A Wreath of Snow by Liz Curtis Higgs



A Wreath of Snow

Reviewed by Diana Flowers
~4.5 stars
                                      
                                              
                                          Heartwarming Yuletide Tale!
 


In A Wreath of Snow, Liz Curtis Higgs pens a tender, heartwarming yuletide novella set against the backdrop of 1800s Scotland, where blustery snowstorms and the smell of freshly cut evergreens hang heavily in the air.

Our lovely heroine, Margaret Campbell wishes only to return home to Stirling to enjoy a warm Christmas with her family, but is driven away by the bitterness and apathy of her younger brother, Alan. Alan has been confined to a wheelchair ever since an accident that occurred when he was a young lad has left him paralyzed, and his mean spirited ways drive Meg back to Edinburgh where she holds a teaching position.

As Meg boards the train to return to Edinburgh, she meets a handsome young newspaperman named Gordon Shaw, and as their lives intertwine her destiny is forever changed. Gordon struggles under a load of remorse and shame that he has born for years, and should Meg find out why -- what will become of the feelings she is beginning to develop for him? And as the heavy snowfall continues to build -- will the train make it to Edinburgh or will a disaster ensue, causing long buried, dark secrets to finally come to light? 

Liz Curtis Higgs is a masterful storyteller, and this powerful story of forgiveness and redemption is a wonderful way to usher in the Christmas season. Heartwarming, with compelling and well developed characters, and a very strong spiritual thread throughout, this one is the perfect "sitting by a crackling fire with a cup of hot chocolate" read! Nicely done as always, Liz Curtis Higgs!

Liz's awesome books can be purchased through CBD, Amazon, and Lifeway Christian Bookstore.
 

Giveaway: We will be giving away two Liz Curtis Higgs' books this week. Leave a comment for a chance to win. 


Question: The main theme of this book is forgiveness. Is there someone you need to forgive this Christmas season to start the New Year off right? Perhaps yourself?
 
 

87 comments:

  1. How I love the cover of this book, it illustrates the story so well with a simple beauty :)

    My goodness, Diana, you did such a great job with this review and of course I enjoyed the decorative title as well! The story will definitely prompt its readers to sit by a warming fire with a cup of hot chocolate, for sure!

    Please don't enter me in the giveaway, I already have a copy and it's one of my favorite Christmas reads this year :) For me, though, anything Liz Curtis Higgs writes is considered a treasure.

    LOVED the theme of forgiveness in the story and it's captured so well with the characters! Higgs manages to bring a fresh perspective of forgiveness in this wonderful tale :)

    Forgiveness is something I deal with on a daily basis, both with myself as well as with others in my life. However, God continuously walks me through this process and encourages me every step of the way. May we continue to bestow forgiveness and walk in it to the glory of God who makes ALL things possible!!

    Hug and blessings all around ladies!!

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    1. Hugs and blessings back to you, KARA! What a wonderful comment and thank you for showing your support for Liz's books.

      Yes, most of the time forgiveness is an everyday choice, b/c as Joyce Meyer so aptly put it, "It's a strange thing about people. They're everywhere!" And some that come in our lives aren't quite as nice as others! lol But we MUST forgive and go on! Tough sometimes, but as you have said, KARA, God will enable us!

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  2. I do have someone that want to forgive. My father and I have not spoken in 5 years. I would love for us to be on speaking terms again and for my kids to know their grandpa.
    campbellamyd at gmail dot com

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    1. AMY, we at OWG will pray that God will restore you and your dad's relationship, in Jesus Name. Won't we, my precious cohorts? Thank you for sharing that with us, AMY.

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    2. AMY that is so sad that you don't have a relationship with your dad. I so hope you will be able to make the first step in reaching out to him. Perhaps you could let your children make grandpa a Christmas card and maybe you could slip a note in telling him you miss him? My dad passed away 16 1/2 years ago and what I wouldn't give to be able to talk to him. Dear Amy is hurts me so to think that you aren't able to speak with your dad. I will pray that the bonds that are keeping you two apart will be broken and that love will be restored between you. I am praying for you, you are making the first step already by sharing this with us. May God Bless You and give you the courage you need! :)

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    3. Praying God will put His angels around you, Amy. Forgiving is something we MUST do to restore a right relationship with God. I don't mean forgetting, especially if someone has done something and you must shield your children from that, but real forgiveness in the heart brings us back to our Lord's arms, who has forgiven us of so much. It doesn't validate your father's behavior. It only puts you back in your heavenly Father's one on one communication without something breaking the connection!!!

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    4. So nicely said, TERESA and CARRIE. Thank you on behalf of AMY.

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    5. Thank you so much, Ladies, for your support! I don't have much support about this from my family.
      I believe God has a plan. And my dad and I will be reunited one day.
      Thank you!

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    6. Our pleasure, AMY! We aren't just here to talk about good books, but we are here to minister to others as well. And all of you sooo bless us back with your kind thoughts and prayers!

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  3. DIANA you always amaze me with your reviews, GREAT JOB!! Liz has really caputured the true meaning of Christmas with this beautiful story.

    What a great question, I have had several things in my life where I have been hurt by others and had to forgive them. Normally I'm the type of person that can forgive rather easily because I've found when you hold onto unforgiveness you only cause harm to yourself.

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    1. Thank you, TERESA! I happen to know you are a quick forgiver...I have seen you in action! LOL And you are so right, unforgiveness causes us to be disobedient to God and all kinds of bad repercussions.

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  4. Back in 2011 God restore relationship that needed to be restored My Dad ,Stepmom, Stepsister and niece .All is going great for us .There are others that my family has done all we can do for they are not wanting to change their unhealthy lifestyles so we had to move on .Love to win please .Thank you ,Dana
    jashbk@earthlink.net

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    1. Yes, DANA, we must always forgive, but sometimes we can no longer be around those we have forgiven. And He will help us to move on graciously.

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  5. Thank you DIANA for another stunning review!! I have my book now and am SO looking forward to reading it once I finish my current one!
    Forgiveness for me is a tricky one because each time a deep hurt comes up regarding an ongoing situation and brings the emotions with it, I wonder if I have forgiven. I can only trust in the Lord with it, and I do know He's brought me far already.. :)

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    1. Thank you, NOELA! Forgiveness is an act of FAITH not of feelings, so if you have put forth that effort, I believe God in His time and His way will remove the hurt. It's alot tougher when it's an ongoing situation, I know, and we just have to ask the Lord to help us forgive with His forgiveness for we are but fleshly humans. Thanking God for how far He has brought you already!

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  6. Another great review, DIANA! Can't wait to read this one. It sounds so good!

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    1. This really IS a heartwarming Christmas story, MARIAN. I just LOVE Christmas books and movies...about the only time I watch a movie is during the holiday season! Thank you for your kind words.

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    2. I believe this book is on its way to Holland, so I hope I get the chance to read it before Christmas! I always like to read a good Christmas story in December. :)

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    3. It's such a pretty book (hmmm...a Scottish story traveling to Holland):) and since it's a novella it's fast reading, so you will need more Christmas books to read as well. :)

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    4. Oh yes? I bet my Kindle has some Christmas books on it as well. ;)

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    5. MARIAN, I imagine you probably do...I bet I do, too! ;)

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  7. Thanks for the chance to win! I would love to have a copy of this book. I cant think of anyone I need to forgive right now, but perhaps I should turn the question around and reflect on whether I need to ask for forgiveness from anyone in my life. I'll pray and ask God for the grace to obey if he shows me something!!

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    1. JOCELYN, that is also tough to do! It takes alot of humbling ourselves. I have Wedded To War, I just haven't had time to read it yet, and I'm positively itching to!! When you are a reviewer, you really DO need two heads for reading! lol

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  8. Great review Diana. Thanks for the chance to win this book. Would love to read it.
    joeym11@frontier.com

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    1. DIANA, I would love for you to have a copy of this lovely book! Do you have an answer for the question I posed above?

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  9. Oh, I so need prayer for reconciliation with my siblings. Their grudges have torn us apart--much of which I don't understand.

    The cover art reminds me of the LONG WINTER by Laura Ingalls Wilder. I read it in July and expected to see snowbanks outside when I stopped reading! This cover is absolutely beautiful!

    Please enter me. Thank you.

    Linda at: desertrose5173 at gmail dot com

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    1. It's so funny you said that about the snowbanks, LINDA, because I started freezing when I read this one and it really wasn't all that cold outside! The power of suggestion and good descriptive writing...

      I so know how to pray for you concerning your siblings. I have four of them and there is barely no communication between any of us. I have to rely on hubby's family for family, although my sis and I are close. I have done what I can do. Now it is in God's hands. Like you, dear, I don't really understand. Life is just too short and family is the most important thing after God.

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  10. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of "A Wreath of Snow"! It sounds good! I have to forgive my mother, father, sister, and grandmother daily. I won't go into details, but it is an ongoing circumstance that I have no relief from. Christ gives me the strength and grace to release my offense and forgive them daily, and I know that He is working out His will in the midst of this difficult trial, both for my good, and the good of my family.

    gwen(dot)gage(at)gmail(dot)com

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    1. GWENDOLYN, you have touched my heart as have many others with your comments this morning. Besides God, family is all we have sometimes. We will be praying for reconciliation for your family and for the crooked places to be made straight, as He said He would do in His word.

      Hoping you will get a chance to read A Wreath of Snow ASAP. It is a lovely tale of forgiveness!

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  11. Beautiful Old-Fashioned Victorian Cover Picture !!! I love Victorian Christmas in Scotland and England !!! When I think of Christmas in Scotland and England, I think of A Christmas Carol, plum pudding, wassail and hot chocolate, sleigh rides and skating in the pond at the park and take a stroll and look at the window displays of the Christmas villages and characters coming alive at the department stores / that will bring our heartwarming memories back !!!
    Forgiveness is what Christmas is all about. Christmas is Love !!! Families and Friends reconcile and forgive each other. Forgiveness is not an easy task. It takes an effort to forgive someone you really love. We need each other for love and support. Life is short. Spending time with family and friends around the major holidays are important. I want to forgive my mother and my brother whom I love very much. Big issues over my Dad and my stepmother. It is hard to forgive but once it is forgiven and love comes back again. Past is past that we can not chane bur we need to move on to renew lives. Every moment is previous !!! Life is beautiful !!!
    Happy Holidays !!! Kim
    I would love to win this beautiful, inspiring, heartwarming book !!!
    JKTerrazas09@aol.com

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    1. KIM, Thank YOU for "this beautiful, inspiring, heartwarming post!" I love your descriptive paragraph of Christmas in Scotland and England. Except I think for CARRIE'S sake we will leave out the plum pudding! lol Inside joke. :)

      And your attitude concerning forgiveness is quite admirable and one that we should all take to heart!

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  12. What a beautifully written review. Thanks for opportunity to win a copy. Amazing cover! I have had to forgive so many people. I have had one of those lives that people don't believe actually happened. God has always been faithful, even in the hardest times. Forgiveness for me was the beginning of healing from some pretty major traumas. I hope to have the opportunity to read this!

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    1. OH, and I love Liz Curtis Higgs writting.

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    2. JEANETTE, you're so kind -- thank you! I love Liz's writing as well!

      Well, you certainly have an amazing testimony then of God's faithfulness and your willingness to be obedient! I have had one of those lives as well, so we BOTH have that testimony. Thank you, honey, for stopping by!

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  13. Forgiveness is something I am still learning about, nothing terrible has ever happened to me exactly, its just the small things and I tend to have the memory of an elephant. Bit by bit God is working though....

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    1. JASMINE, that is too cute -- the memory of an elephant. :) I wish I had that! lol Unfortunately it seems as though the negative things are what we remember alot more than the positive. And that's b/c we have an enemy of our souls that loves to bring to mind things that bother and hinder us. So it is an ongoing struggle, but greater is He that is in US than He that is in the world!

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  14. Sounds like a wonderful book -- would love to win. I am trying very hard to forgive my sister for her actions after our father's death. It is so difficult to forgive when you are so hurt by what the other person has done. I will keep trying to "mend our fences".

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  15. This sounds wonderful! I have been really wanting to read it and would LOVE to win it! :)

    Amada(pronounced: a.m.a.th.a) Chavez

    amada_chavez{AT}yahoo{DOT}com

    Galatians 3:28-29

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    1. Thank you, AMADA! Do you have an answer for the question I posed above? Good luck to the lady with the lovely name!

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  16. I would love a chance to win this Christmas book. Thanks for the giveaway!

    ckbarker at gmail dot com

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    1. Thanks for coming by, CHERYL, and for showing an interest in Liz's books!

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  17. What a great review--you ladies are giving me too many TBR ideas--how am I ever going to read them all--they all sound GREAT! I'm not sure I have ever read any of Liz Curtis Higgs books, but I'm sure I will enjoy them, from the sounds of your glowing reviews.

    I have a couple ongoing forgiveness issues too--I think sometimes they can be the most difficult, because even though you think you have forgiven, then there is a reminder of the hurt. I'm so glad that God is patient with us and is there to help us when it is eeded.
    Vicki vmarney at hotmail dot com

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    1. Lol, VICKI! That's why there are five of us on this blog, and we still can't get them ALL read! I wish!

      I don't think we ever really forget the hurt, but over time it does lessen. And sometimes it's good that we don't completely forget (depending on the circumstances), or we may just open ourselves up to more hurt. Yes, thank God He is patient with us!

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  19. Such a beautiful cover...I have heard tons of great things about this book and look forward to diving into the story! Thank you ever so much for the opportunity to win!

    biblioprincess15 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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    1. RACHELLE, I believe you'll enjoy it alot! Everyone who loves Christmas will love this one...and who doesn't? Even the Grinch learned to love Christmas! lol Good luck, sweetie!

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  20. **Just a friendly reminder** Don't forget to answer question above if you can. Thanks, dear ones!

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  21. Thanks for the chance to win!!!
    God Bless!
    richmond.abigail@gmail.com

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    1. Thank you, ABIGAIL, for dropping by! Hope you get a copy of this ASAP! You'll love reading it this winter!

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  22. It's usually hardest to forgive yourself, but God forgives us so we need to find it in our hearts to forgive ourselves also!
    makeighleekyleigh @ yahoo.com

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    1. MEGAN, you are so right! There's alot of wisdom in your little statement above and thank you for sharing that with us!

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  23. My sister died at the end of January. She'd been ill about 2 months.Along with the grief, I've felt guilty for not always being a loving sister to her when I could have. I've tried to give that guilt to God but am finding it difficult to totally forgive myself. It's something I will continue to work on.
    Thanks for the chance to win a copy of A Wreath of Snow.

    pmk56[at]sbcglobal[dot]net

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    1. PAM, I'm so sorry. Oh, honey, please forgive yourself. If we don't forgive ourselves (this was a life changing revelation for me), we are in essence saying Jesus blood was not enough for us and we must continue to bear guilt and shame. It took me years to learn this but once I got it in my spirit I forgave myself immediately.

      Father, we ask you to help PAM right now to forgive herself and to release her guilt to you. Reassure her, dear Lord, that You have forgiven her and have already bore her guilt on the cross so that she doesn't have to carry this burden on her shoulders anymore. Give her peace over this situation and we ask it in the precious name of Jesus! Amen!

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    2. Pam, I would venture to guess that your sister would not want you to live with guilt--she would want you to fogive yourself and remember the good memories...
      Vicki

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    3. Thank you for sharing that Vicki. I quite agree.

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  24. there are always people wronging us but I pray that no hard feelings harbor in my heart. I don't know of anyone that I can say I need to forgive. love to be entered in the book giveaway. thanks

    ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

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    1. That is so true, APPLEBLOSSOM, and God is pleased when you pray that way! We have you entered and thank you for stopping by and sharing with us!!

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  25. Diana, what a great review of A Wreath of Snow. Liz is a great author. This will be going on my must have books list!

    I am going through a family issue right now where I have been shunned by half of my family members. My step-mom told lies about me and I can't understand why they were so readily believed by half of my family. I can't defend myself against what she said because I have no clue what was said behind my back. From a FB post against me from another family member I can only guess it was pretty bad. I have been judged, tried, and declared guilty by them. I have been more hurt than bitter by this. In fact, I hold no bitterness, grudges, or anything else against my step-mom. What I do know is our Heavenly Father knows the truth. I will continue to pray for those who hurt me.

    Blessings!
    God Is Good! (All The Time!)
    Judy
    sweetpea.judy(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. JUDY, I am so sorry this is happening to you. We will be praying that God will work out this whole situation in His time and you will be vindicated.

      Here's hoping for a win for you, dear lady!

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    2. Thanks for all your prayers! God Is In Control!

      Blessings!

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    3. You are so welcome, JUDY! He surely is!!

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  26. I would love, love, LOVE to win this book! :) And as to the question you posted, I actually believe I do need to forgive myself. I was in a bad relationship at the beginning of this year and it caused much strife in my family. I allowed a wall to come up between me and my mother, who had always been my best friend, and it took a huge toll on our relationship. The bad relationship has ended, praise be to God, and I am very happy and thankful to say that the Lord also restored my relationship with my mother. I've forgiven the man for how he treated me, and I know God has forgiven me for the decision I made in even getting involved in the relationship, but now I think it's time I stopped blaming myself for everything that happened, and stop fearing that it will happen again. For any other young women that may have had a similar situation, my prayers are with you!
    Blessings, and thanks for the giveaway!
    Gina
    lady(underscore)white(at)frontier(dot)com
    ginabovyn.tateauthor.com

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    1. GINA BOVYN! How wonderful to have you here with us on Overcoming With God! I have heard exciting things about your book, Lady White. Hope I got that title right. Congrats!

      Praise the Lord that your relationship with your mom has been restored! Yes, please forgive yourself and trust God for wisdom next time around, place it in His capable hands, and the fear will leave. Thank you for sharing that with us, Gina, and God's blessings on your writing career!

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  27. Dianna, another wonderful review! I think that forgiving myself is the most difficult thing for me to do. I can so easily find fault with myself in so many areas of my life. I need to seek God's forgiveness above all, before I can even consider forgiving myself. Thanks, Dianna!
    Nancee
    quiltcat26[at]sbcglobal[dot]net

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    1. NANCEE, once you have asked God's forgiveness, the rest is easy! It took me yrs to learn this life changer that a preacher brought to my attention one day. He said if we won't forgive ourselves, then we are saying that though Jesus shed every drop of his life's blood it wasn't enough for us. From that day forward I forgave myself and thought about my major failures no more. Do I search my life everyday? -- yes. But no more unforgiveness for my past. His blood WAS enough!

      Nancee, we love seeing you here and I'm hoping you'll get a chance to read Liz's new Christmas book!

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  28. What a question...its one thing to consider asking or giving forgiveness to some one, but you turned it around to consider if we need to forgive ourselves? Wow!

    But to address it about forgiving someone, I struggle to do that. I grew up in a family where if u mess up, that was your one chance (at least with my bro. and dad). They're not christians. When my son went to prison 5 yrs ago, that was the last time they asked about him. I know they dont know Gods love but common sense should still let u love folks. My husband and I just keep praying for them and to not let my heart be like theirs.

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    1. MELODY, you brought up an interesting point. Just b/c people do things we don't like we still love them with God's love. I was abused as a child in every way and I CHOSE to forgive, but the feelings of love weren't exactly there yet. But God's love which is different than our fleshly love WAS there. So we really can't measure if we have truly forgiven someone by our feelings. Unless we have feelings of bitterness and that has to be prayed away for sure! You are doing the right thing by continuing to love others, Melody, "in spite of!"

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  29. Great interview Diana. I have never read one of Liz's books, but you make me want this one very much. I also love Christmas and christmas stories. Forgiveness is not always easy when the hurt is deep. I have never wanted to hold on to it and give up my relatives or friends. And, I still love them very much, but still think of what was said now and then. It is myself that is harder to forgive. Doing something against my upbringing and God's teaching, wondering how I could ever do that. Then when I lose a family member, thinking I should have done some things better, like getting upset with my precious husband during the time of being his caregiver, and then being so sorry. Things you wish you could take back. I know GOD has forgiven me, but still wish it hadn't happened. Or, not calling someone as often as I should have. These are things we think of when it is to late to correct. So glad we have a forgiving GOD. Maxie ( mac262@me.com )

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    1. MAXIE, satan is an accuser of the brethern. He puts those thoughts in our heads so that we will feel guilty and unworthy all the time. The antidote to ridding oneself of those feelings is to ask the Lord to forgive you, which I know you do, trust that His blood was enough to cover your guilt, release them to Him and let them go! When satan brings them up again tell him to get thee behind you, b/c you are not listening to him anymore! Amen and hallelujah!

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  30. I would like to win A Wreath of Snow. Yes; I am hoping we will be able to be together on the Friday or Saturday before Christmas.
    Kathleen ~ Lane Hill House
    lanehillhouse[at]centurylink[dot]net

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    1. Kathleen, it's always a pleasure to hear from you! Hoping for a win of this lovely book for you!

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  31. i'm sure that there is someone that i need to forgive, including myself

    karenk
    kmkuka at yahoo dot com

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    1. Always, Karen! As long as there are people in the world there is always going to be someone to forgive...it's a never ending battle, but we have someone who has already won the battle and we can fully rely on Him to help us!

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  32. The cover is so beautiful! I love historical fiction and am very excited that it is set in Scotland. This story sounds like a perfect story to read when it is cold and gloomy outside!

    CarolNWong(at)aol(dot)com

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    1. It certainly is that, CAROL, although I felt more cold (definitely not gloomy) when I was reading it! lol All of the heavily falling snow and freezing weather described in the book made ME cold! :) Thank you so much for coming by!

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  33. I love reading anything by Liz and love the picture on the front cover. I have been reading about this book for a while now and would be honored to win a copy of Liz's book. Thank you for the opportunity to drop my name into your drawing.
    Forgiveness has always be a tough thing for me. I experienced a painful situation with a couple of friends a few years ago and in my heart I have forgiven them, but sometimes reminders come back to haunt me and I know that is probably Satan taunting me. I just pray for God's guidance and grace during those times. I am no longer friends with them - it just would never work, but I have moved on with my life and God has helped me in dealing with the pain and hurt from that experience.

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    1. LORLYN, please come back and leave your email addy so that we know where to contact you should you win! What a pretty name you have! It sounds to me like you have handled this situation with integrity and grace, and when we do that satan will always needle us. Sometimes the friendship is restored, other times it is just too toxic to return to and we must move on. God knows what's best!

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  34. This sounds like a wonderful story! I can't think of anyone that I need to forgive. For that, I feel very blessed.
    may_dayzee at yahoo dot com

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  35. Wow, KAY, that's awesome! I can't think of anyone I need to forgive either b/c I'll just bet I'm alot like you -- and we forgive as soon as possible, before any bitterness has time to set in! Good luck in the giveaway!

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  36. I think I've forgiven my dad for things in the past, but he's also constantly frustrating me, so it's a continual process.

    shopgirl152nykiki(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. VERONICA, I think my daughter would say the same thing. B/C they are so much alike she and her dad are constantly butting heads and have to forgive ONE another! But they love each other dearly! Thank you for stopping by!

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  37. I would love a chance to read this book. I enjoy all of her books and this looks like a great one to read!
    mommy2seth AT gmail DOT com

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  38. SARA, thank you for coming by! CARRIE is about to draw our second winner shortly!

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  39. Wow, so many comments! I always enjoy her writing so please do enter my name.
    cllyrics(at)gmail(dot)com

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