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Leah ❮Ebook❯ ➧ Leah Author James R. Shott – Thomashillier.co.uk Jacob marries two women Leah, by mistake and Rachel, because she is beautiful and he loves her Leah becomes the mother of Jacob s children, his companion and adviser, his closest friend She has everyt Jacob marries two women Leah, by mistake and Rachel, because she is beautiful and he loves her Leah becomes the mother of Jacob s children, his companion and adviser, his closest friend She has everything except what she wants most Jacob s love, the love he offers Rachel.


10 thoughts on “Leah

  1. Pamela Fishel Pamela Fishel says:

    In a time of multiple wives and concubines, Leah shared her husband with her younger sister and 2 others She only had his attention when her sister was on her period She was a baby factory, producing the most sons Betrayal, deception, a foolish vow, going blind and knowing that her sister s son, born late in life, would be given distinction as the heir apparent even though her sons were all older This book showed me everyone wrestles with God Everyone has something to overcome Yet those In a time of multiple wives and concubines, Leah shared her husband with her younger sister and 2 others She only had his attention when her sister was on her period She was a baby factory, producing the most sons Betrayal, deception, a foolish vow, going blind and knowing that her sister s son, born late in life, would be given distinction as the heir apparent even though her sons were all older This book showed me everyone wrestles with God Everyone has something to overcome Yet those who continue to follow God are rewarded The book does not follow the Bible account exactly but shows Leah from a different perspective


  2. Tanisca Wilson Tanisca Wilson says:

    Leah was a good book Let that part sink in first I d hope for some time now that an author would take up the cross to bring Leah s life to us in fictional form.Shott did The book begins with Jacob being a worker for Laban, as is true in Scripture Then it wastes no time getting to the nitty gritty of trickery, the part we ve learned so well from reading about Jacob, Rachel and Leah What I liked is that Shott portrays Leah as intelligent wife, the wife with all the smarts even if she lacks se Leah was a good book Let that part sink in first I d hope for some time now that an author would take up the cross to bring Leah s life to us in fictional form.Shott did The book begins with Jacob being a worker for Laban, as is true in Scripture Then it wastes no time getting to the nitty gritty of trickery, the part we ve learned so well from reading about Jacob, Rachel and Leah What I liked is that Shott portrays Leah as intelligent wife, the wife with all the smarts even if she lacks sexiness He gave Leah worth albeit sexual characteristics that Rachel had At many points in the story, I was sympathetic to Leah s plight of being unloved because she put up no resistance to anything She accepted Jacob s cruelty without complaint while still supporting him as a wife There was a little inconsistency illustrating Leah s eyes First, her eyes were weak but several times throughout the book Shott gives illuminance to Leah s eyes as big, beautiful and expressive It should have been one or the other It was like Shott lost focus in how he wanted to present Leah s weakness Also missing are scenes that make Jacob and Leah closer after Rachel s death I mean really, how many walks and conversations can a man and wife have and not havethan just walking and talking Overall, I liked this book


  3. Yemima Yulia Yemima Yulia says:

    impressive


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