This heartfelt and honest account of two ordinary yet very different women goes beyond just saying life will get better with Christ and delves into the actual process one goes through on the road to healing from a spouses affair. Adultery is prominent in todays society and is devastating to the entire family. Lynn and Christines testimonies in The Rose Garden and the Ring are disclosed in the following identifiable topics: Walking with God through a spouses affair Knowing your options for immediate assistance Feeling out of control while searching for truth Identifying with the emotional rollercoaster Understanding Gods view on marriage and divorce Deciding whether to stay or go Dealing with our sweet children Taking revengeor not Understanding the anatomy of an adulteress Remembering Gods promises and other miracles In The Rose Garden and the Ring, you will discover that you are not alone. The tools and insight gained from the pages of this labor of love can bring comfort in the emotional moments to persevere with God. No doubt the effects of adultery no one should have to endure but with God you can come through not only a better person but stronger in faith and living a more fulfilled life! Lynn continues to live, work, and grow in Christ with her two children and golden retriever. Christine, her husband, four children, and three dogs reside, work, and grow in Christ. Lynn , Christine. Walking with God.
It was recorded by Canadian country music singer Lisa Brokop on her album, Every Little Girl's Dream , from which it was issued in as the album's first single. The song's co-writer, Sharon Anderson, recorded her own version of the song, as "Gimme a Ring Sometime," in Anderson's version is found on her second album, Bringing It Home. The song debuted at number 86 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks on the chart dated July 18, and spent nine weeks on the chart before peaking at number 12 on September 12, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the song by Lisa Brokop. Hot Country Songs to
An inscribed gold ring sat on an ornate table in the red room. It had an inset circle, composed of jade or a similar substance, which was inscribed with an insignia from the petroglyph on the wall of Owl Cave. The symbol somewhat resembled two peaks surrounding a central diamond, or an owl in flight. The ring was associated with the arm , who offered it to Laura Palmer in a dream.
It was originally featured in the game of the same name, thought to have originated in Jamaica. The song became internationally known when it was recorded by the group Boney M. Originally it was the B-side of their hit " Rivers of Babylon ", but soon became a hit in its own right. The song had previously been recorded by the group Malcolm's Locks , leading to a dispute over royalties. The song had also been recorded in by the Bahamian musician Exuma. Boys and girls play ring games in many parts of the world, especially during their pre-teen years. Elder and Bess Lomax Hawes , it is suggested that ring games are a children's precursor to adult courtship. Players form a ring by holding hands, then one girl or boy goes into the middle of the ring and starts skipping or walking around to the song. The girl or boy is then asked, "Show me your motion". At this point the child in the center does his or her favorite dance.