Monday, September 17, 2012

My Review of the Everyday Matters Bible for Women



Recently, I received a copy of the Everyday Matters Bible for Women to review.  Being a lover of God's Word, the moment I saw it, I fell in love with it. 

For one, the cover has such an appeal to women with its soft color scheme and beautiful detail.  Its outward appearance reminds me of a great novel - something I would want to snuggle up with on a cold winter day.

 Of course, the inside is what matters, and it did not disappoint.  Not only is the scriptures in a clear, easy-to-read language, but the pages include helpful devotions, Q & A's, and reflections by notable authors and speakers such as Priscilla Shirer, Kay Warren, Mark Buchanan, Liz Curtis Higgs, Joni Eareckson Tada, and many others. 

At the beginning of each book, there is an introduction and description of the life and times of the writer and period in which the book was written - a help in giving an overall flavor of the message within.

Located in the back of the Bible, the reader will find a helpful section of spiritual practices we all long to know more about.  In this section, it lists the category such as Bible study and Meditation, Confession, Faith, Mentoring, etc., then the corresponding scriptures that go with that theme; a very helpful tool for those wanting to zone in on a particular area of need.

Overall, I love this Bible.  I would have liked to have had some helpful commentary of the scriptures, but even still, I believe this book will be a wonderful addition to any one's library or if used appropriately, could aid in the salvation and spiritual growth of many.

God bless,
Kristi

P.S.  You may purchase this Bible on sites such as www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, or www.hendrickson.com.


I received a free copy of this book/Ebook/Product to review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations. I am part of The CWA Review Crew.




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