Dionne Laborde’s New Book, ‘Learning From the Relationships of Jesus’, Is an Introspective Work About Jesus’ Extraordinary Life Any Christian Can Ponder On

Dionne Laborde, who obtained her master’s at Loyola University in New Orleans and Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, has completed her new book, “Learning From the Relationships of Jesus”: an insightful work that focuses on the relationship established by Jesus with thousands of people he had encountered while residing in a human body.
Dionne writes, “Jesus Christ started the Christian church and the first ministry on earth. He was God in the flesh. Jesus lived a holy life as He was set apart, and He won many people to His Father. While Jesus was on earth, He interacted with thousands of people. The way He treated all of them was very special, something to grasp at and explore. This insightful book will embark readers on a journey to see the basic decisions Jesus made in His relationships and what can be learned from His interactions with people. Based on the Bible, scriptures will be illuminated as the author highlights verses that you may have read but didn’t stand out to you, for you can read the Bible repeatedly and learn something new every time. And reading about the life of Jesus, God the Son, will enable you to feel God the Father’s love.”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Dionne Laborde’s new book is a wonderful prose that hopes to encourage readers to live like the Son of God after indulging themselves in the wisdom He left in the hearts of the people he interacted with.
Readers can purchase “Learning From the Relationships of Jesus” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
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