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The Blessed Woman: Learning About Grace from the Women of the Bible

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  • Posted May 15, 2013

    This book is really faith building! I so enjoyed Debbie's insigh

    This book is really faith building! I so enjoyed Debbie's insight and how she openly shared her own stories. She shares how she didn't have a female mentor in her life when she was a young woman and then shares about how the women of the Bible can be our mentor.

    I really enjoyed the entire book but was especially blessed on her chapters on Overcoming Insecurities, Making God Your Priority in Everything, and Serving Others While You Are Waiting on the Lord. I really liked her practical, Biblical steps and thoughts on these issues.

    I really liked how she shared the stories of the women of the Bible and pulled out practical, faith-building thoughts from each of these stories. We have all read these stories many times, but I loved how she shared insights that I had missed before.

    I gained a lot from this book and I really think you will, too!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 30, 2013

    Nuggets of Wisdom Personal growth or a women's Bible study, &q

    Nuggets of Wisdom
    Personal growth or a women's Bible study, "The Blessed Woman" by Debbie Morris, is just the ticket. Morris was looking for a mentor to help her on her Christian journey but did not find one. So she turned to the women of the Bible to mentor to her. What she discovered is presented in this book. Some of the women and their stories are familiar but others are not. Take the story of Jeal who kills Sisera to save the Israelites as told in Judges. As Morris writes, "our personal victories over sin and Satan affect our husbands, our children...When we conquer the oppressor in our lives, we embolden other believers to do the same." Some other topics include overcoming insecurity, finding a purpose and learning to wait. Nuggets of wisdom are found throughout this book that will help women in their spiritual and personal growth. Become the woman that God wants you to be and read this book.
    I received this book to review for free from WaterBrook Multnomah.

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    Posted August 18, 2013

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