A Woman and Her God

A Woman and Her God Many of today s most extraordinary Christian women communicators join together to impart the wisdom God has given them and to help women realize all God intended for them Features Jill Briscoe Beth M

  • Title: A Woman and Her God
  • Author: Beth Moore Jill Briscoe
  • ISBN: 9781591452041
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Paperback
  • Many of today s most extraordinary Christian women communicators join together to impart the wisdom God has given them and to help women realize all God intended for them.Features Jill Briscoe, Beth Moore, Sandra D Wilson, Kathleen Hart, David Hager, Thelma Wells, and Beverly LaHaye.

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    1. What caught the attention of my Christian women's book club about this book was the familiar author, Beth Moore. She rightfully has a popular and positive reputation among Christian readers. We pleasantly discovered that this is actually a collection of related essays by other Christian women (and one man!) who added powerful messages of their own. "A Woman and Her God" felt more personal than other books we've studied. We were each able to take something away from the varied discussions focusin [...]

    2. A collection of devotional type messages from some really amazing Christian women (and one man). Really enjoyed this read and the format of each message was easy to read and inspired good time with God.

    3. What I liked the most about this study; the variety of writers with encouraging and helpful information. I would recommend this to any Bible Study group of Women.

    4. Generally pleasant, mostly Biblical, and often convicting. Not deep, but I was still encouraged in my desire to grow closer to God through His word.

    5. Very simple, but very helpful in the sense of reminding me about God and His love for me as a woman. I had to read this book for my women's counseling class. I enjoyed it.

    6. What does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God. —MICAH 6:8 • Delete this highlightAdd a noteHe loved us. Colossians 3:1–4 says, “Since, then, you have been raised with Christ, set your hearts on things above, where Christ is seated at the right hand of God. Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things. For you died, and your life is now hidden with Christ in God. When Christ, who is your life, appears, then you also will appea [...]

    7. This was a joint effort from some of today's most extraordinary Christian women communicators including Jill Briscoe, Beth Moore, Sandra D. Wilson, Kathleen Hart, David Hager, Thelma Wells, and Beverly LaHaye. Some of these, I've heard speak before and some, I've read their books. Still, some of these ladies I'd never heard of, but you can bet that I will be keeping an eye out to read more of their work. God definitely used this collection and I know I learned a great deal from it. I'm looking f [...]

    8. Since it was an edited work, there were some sections that were excellent (Beth Moore and Sandra Wilson), most were average and I've never been a fan of Jill Briscoe's writing, so I just skimmed that chapter. The best thing about the book was that it introduced me to Sandra Wilson. Her chapter nailed it! So much, that my next book is Into Abba's Arms. Very excited to start it later today.

    9. This is not just a book by Beth Moore. Several Christian women contributed to this book, so the topics range in both depth and subject. I enjoyed reading this for a college course on working with women in ministry, but would have enjoyed it even without the requirements of class.

    10. Had to read this book for my counseling women class. I absolutely loved it. There were so many things to apply to my personal life and it greatly enriched my faith. It definitely made me re-evaluate how I look at different things and put things into a very good perspective!

    11. A collection of messages from inspiring Christian authors. Excellent book - thanks to Penny for leaving it behind. I especially like the chapter written by Jill Briscoe on Jesus and the Woman at the Well. It centers on how Jesus loves and cares for women. I recommend this book.

    12. Fantastic DevotiondI love this book. So many women giving life lessons through His word. I loved every one I read. A MUST read for any women no matter what stage you are in your walk with God.

    13. Great and enjoyable read. This book was read at the perfect time where I need a reset button to stop and reflect where my heart is. It puts in perspective the important things. A Lulu recommendation!!

    14. This was a good read in that it reminded me how special I am to God, and how much He loves me. Females need to hear that from time-to-time Also provided great insight on a woman's relationship with the Lord

    15. Good usage of Scripture and most of it can be applicable to male or female. Definitely a way of empowering the average woman to think more "outside of the box".

    16. So far, I've found it to be interesting, although sometimes a bit more psychobabble than truth. It's worth reading though.

    17. I thought this book was rather shallow. I want deep, meaty, applicable truth, but this was mostly cute anecdotes and feel-good messages with a few deep truths splashed through it.

    18. I liked that each chapter was written by someone else and all the bible verses each author used and recommended at the end of each chapter as verses that inspire.

    19. Good essays for women. I felt Hagar's essay was a little repetitive of an earlier essay and I felt the LaHaye's used some terminology that was not well introduced. Overall, a good devotional read.

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