Posted by: irenesroth | July 19, 2011

Book Review for Booksneeze Book Publishers

God’s Love Letters to You
A 40-Day Devotional Experience
By: Dr. Larry Crabb

Dr. Crabb’s book is so uplifting and life-nourishing. It is based in part on his first book, 66 Love Letters. This book will give the reader a devotional experience that offers a chance to change the way they think about God’s love for them.

Words can have tremendous power over all of us. Some words can kill us and live our spirit parched. Other types of words can nourish our mind and spirit and lift us up to new heights. So, words are anything but neutral. Some can empower us to be our best while others can hinder us from being our best.

Some death words come from lies that others tell us. Some words hurt us so much that we remember them half a lifetime later because they disempower us from achieving our true potential. Sometimes, a parent, spouse, son or daughter, or devoted friend may utter words that are intended to hurt us. Only our Father, Bridegroom and Friend, Counsellor, and Companion can be counted on to always speak life words to us. Yet, how many of us really do take the time to listen to God’s words?

God’s way of loving us is so far above anything we will have here on earth from our family and friends. We all should take the time to listen to the love story that God is telling us in words the reveal His heart to us. These words will speak life into our hearts.

This book offers forty selected passages from 66 Love Letters for daily reading. Each passage ends with a thought-provoking question to help you pause to reflect on the life words from God. These devotional readings will give the reader an opportunity to disempower any death words that we have heard over our lifetimes and to awaken our soul with life words.

Rating: 5 stars

Reviewed: by Irene S. Roth

I received this book from Thomas Nelson’s through BookSneeze.com, http://BookSneeze.com book reviewers program. The views in this book review are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16CFR, Part 255.

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