Amish HomecomingBook - 2016
Ten years ago, Amish quiltmaker Leah Beiler and her twin brother left their community and family without a word. Now she's finally come home--with her orphaned young niece. Leah has much to explain to so many, including Ezra Stoltzfus. Before she left, she dreamed of marrying the handsome dairy farmer. But now that she's lived among the English and is raising a child who knows nothing of Amish ways, Ezra worries she'll leave again. Leah will have to prove to Ezra that her future is in Paradise Springs--and with him--forever.
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"'The verses are from the Book of Luke'," Ezra went on. 'If thy brother trespass against thee, rebuke him; and if he repent, forgive him. And if he trespass against thee seven times in a day, and seven times in a day turn again to thee saying, I repent; thou shalt forgive him'. If I want God to forgive one of His kinder [children]--me, for example--I need to forgive His other kinder."
"If I hold that God is almighty, then I need to accept that I may be blind to His plan, but everything that happens is part of that plan."
"No one is a burden in a time of need."
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