Tuesday, June 25, 2013

The Blessed Woman | Book Review

Every woman that, walks with God, needs a good mentor.  It is even said in Titus 2 that the older women should teach the younger women.  It’s not always easy to find a woman that has the time since we all lead busy lives.  There is hope though, because The Blessed Woman by Debbie Morris shows us how we can find the mentors we need through the women of the Bible.

During your time reading this book you will learn many valuable lessons from various women that didn’t have mentors and had to learn these lessons the hard way. 

Some of the women that will mentor you are:

Rebekah who will teach you to wait on God with a faithful attitude.

Esther  teaches us that biblical submission brings “divine promotion.”

Jael shows us how, even though we are afaid, we can find our courage through God.

These are just a FEW of the amazing stories from the Bible that Morris uses to show us that, we need look no further than God’s own words, to find the mentors that we truly need. 

Morris also includes, at the back of the book, an EXTENSIVE study guide that you can work through on your own or us this will a small group study.  Each chapter has sections for recap, engage, and talk.  The talk section is where all the introspective questions lie. 

Does having a physical mentor to help guide you on your walk help…yes.  But, when you are unable to have one, there are plenty of women waiting for you to join them.  They are waiting for you right in the Bible.

I love this book for the simple fact that Debbie Morris has given me a way to have the mentor that I have wanted for a very long time.

*I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of this review.  All opinions are my own.*

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