Links in Rebecca's Life

Read by BookAngel7

(4.6 stars; 104 reviews)

Rebecca Harlowe is a young woman who strives to apply Christ's instructions in the Bible to her daily life and relationships. In this book we witness some of her successes and failures and the effect of her example on those around her. (Summary by BookAngel7) (6 hr 6 min)


01 - How She Worked Out the Lesson 7:12 Read by BookAngel7
02 - Sparing Sallie 13:15 Read by BookAngel7
03 - A 'Word in Season' 11:27 Read by BookAngel7
04 - Rebecca as a Witness 12:12 Read by BookAngel7
05 - New Found Relatives 11:13 Read by BookAngel7
06 - She Divides the Work 10:21 Read by BookAngel7
07 - Rebecca in the Temple 14:52 Read by BookAngel7
08 - Looking Ahead 13:32 Read by BookAngel7
09 - On a Visit 24:08 Read by BookAngel7
10 - 'Breathing Out Threatenings' 16:36 Read by BookAngel7
11 - Rebecca Being Led 17:52 Read by BookAngel7
12 - Mrs. Frank Edwards at Home 15:43 Read by BookAngel7
13 - Halting Between Two Opinions 13:39 Read by BookAngel7
14 - Mrs. Frank Edwards Being Advised 13:23 Read by BookAngel7
15 - The Cleansing Blood 14:24 Read by BookAngel7
16 - Managing Jonah 13:59 Read by BookAngel7
17 - Trying to Work in Love 14:11 Read by BookAngel7
18 - Planning Work 14:27 Read by BookAngel7
19 - Seeking an Open Door 14:46 Read by BookAngel7
20 - She Falls In with a New Gospel 13:47 Read by BookAngel7
21 - She Has a Chance to Be Strong 14:40 Read by BookAngel7
22 - A Conscience Not Void of Offense 17:08 Read by BookAngel7
23 - New Views of Things 11:56 Read by BookAngel7
24 - Being 'All Things to All Men' 12:31 Read by BookAngel7
25 - Two Ways of Doing Things 14:43 Read by BookAngel7
26 - 'Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men' 14:32 Read by BookAngel7


Loved it!

(5 stars)

I enjoyed this reader and the story is delightful.

2nd Listen

(4.5 stars)

This is a memorable book with a charming narrator. A book made up of various episodes in a young lady’s life as she tries to honor God’s word and live out her faith. Like many of Pansy’s books, it can feel a bit preachy, especially to modern ears. If you don’t understand God’s grace, and working through God’s strength and by His guidance, this story could seem like a work-based religion tale, but I don’t think that is what the author intended. It is an endearing tale of a young woman trying, and sometimes failing, to apply her Sunday School lessons to her every day life.

(5 stars)

Though it seems too good to be true, I believe John's enlightening words to be glorious, life-changing truth! When we take it to Him, and let Him, the Holy Spirit does what we in our own best efforts fail to accomplish, tho we believe it to be Gods will. Pansy illustrates the beauty of doing the work God gives us, and doing it in His strength and ability.

True Holiness

(5 stars)

I was enlightened by some discussion of Pentacostalism. Perfect holiness in this life only as it is worked in Christ by the Holy Spirit. Works of the Spirit as Paul calls them.

couldn't tell

(0.5 stars)

The story flew by so fast it was hard to follow but as for diction, pronunciation , oh to have a story with correctly said words!

(4.5 stars)

I loved the story of Rebecca’s trials and successes. I would have liked to see how Rebecca responded to being wooed by Frank and the wedding.

Links in Rebecca’s Life

(5 stars)

Definitely one of Pansy’s best books. The narrator is good, although she reads a bit fast.

(5 stars)

The reader did a superb job at reading clearly and making the story interesting. A well written story!