Forty devotional messages taken from the eternal story of God's Love, the Bible, as revealed in the conversational experience of "66 Love Letters." Experience a unique conversation with God through a daily devotional reading based on twenty Old Testament and twenty New Testa... Read More
Forty devotional messages taken from the eternal story of God's Love, the Bible, as revealed in the conversational experience of "66 Love Letters."
Experience a unique conversation with God through a daily devotional reading based on twenty Old Testament and twenty New Testament books of the Bible. Written to help the reader listen to what God is saying in His Word, "God's Love Letters to You" offers a life-changing encounter with God through the story He is telling. Author Larry Crabb brings the big picture of God's story into clearer focus, helping readers catch an enticing glimpse of how each of these forty books of the Bible advances the story. The goal? To lose our story in His.
Each day's devotional includes: selected Scripture reading short devotional message reflection questions closing prayer
- Product type: Book
- Format: Book
- Release Date: Apr 6, 2011
- UPC: 9780849946479
- Height: 0.35
- Width: 5.03
- Length: 8.01
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 121
- Publish Date: May 9, 2011
- Language: English
- BISAC: "REL012020"
- ISBN: 0849946476
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- God's Love Letters to You would be good for new Believers by Sarah on 1/26/2012
God’s Love Letters to You, written by Dr. Larry Crabb, is described as “A 40 Day Devotional Experience” based on the Old and New Testament. Each day there is a short devotion based on God's message from different books of the Bible. There are also a few questions at the end of each passage for the reader to reflect and think deeper about the reading. The devotion is intended to help you get a fresh perspective on God's love for you, and draw closer to him in your relationship.
Personally, although the book is written well, I did not care too much for the devotions. It seemed to repeat itself over and over and I lost interest. It had good points, but I felt like Crabb could have expanded a lot more. I also didn't like how each passage started off with "God says:" Overall I probably wouldn't suggest the book, it really wasn’t what I needed at the time, but it might be good devotion for new Believers.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of their book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.