Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Book Review: "31 Verses to Write on Your Heart"

I'm loving this new devotional book written by Liz Curtis Higgs. She carefully probed into 31 well-known and, therefore, sometimes taken for granted Bible verses and brought out some healthy insights in order to help readers cherish them again while working to commit them to memory. Readers who are familiar with Higgs's style will recognize her unique phrase-by-phrase commentary disguised as compassion and fun.

Each short chapter starts with one verse followed by Higgs's in-depth study and gentle thoughts.Chapters end with a prayer, a Bible memory tip, the verse presented in the NIV version, and a place for readers to write the verse in a version of their choice. The book ends with a recap of the 31 Bible memory tips and a study guide for personal or group use.

I thank Waterbrook Multnomah Publishers for sending me a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for this honest review. Though I've known all of these verses for most of my life, Higgs has shown there's always something new to learn. God loves revealing richer, deeper meaning when we're willing to look for it.

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