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Habakkuk

This Review Submitted by create4christ

This Habakkuk Bible Study was sent to me by Moody Publishers, free of charge, in exchange for my honest review.
Dannah Gresh wrote this Women’s Bible study. She has written many other books...

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Mar 9, 21

Habakkuk

This Review Submitted by macimfeather

Dannah Gresh's study on Habakkuk is a great way to dig in deeper into your Bible. Gresh does an excellent job on expanding and explaining verse by verse what it means and how we can apply it...

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Jan 2, 21

Motherhood Without All the Rules

This Review Submitted by cdluvsreading

This was a pretty easy, quick read. That does not mean that it was a "fluffy" book, quite the opposite in fact. This book was heavy on the Scripture and heavy on the wisdom. I wish this...

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Nov 12, 20

Motherhood Without All the Rules

This Review Submitted by Dhymer

All my life I have been confused by pride and self-doubt. This is a hard lesson to understand and fully comprehend, and an even harder lesson to learn and move forward positively. Maggie Combs...

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Dec 19, 20

Motherhood Without All the Rules

This Review Submitted by dbeuks

I am always ready and willing to read books that may potentially help me in becoming a more Godly woman, wife and mother. Combs' book Motherhood Without All The Rules does not disappoint!...

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Oct 7, 20

Motherhood Without All the Rules

This Review Submitted by Simply Devoted

Quality/ Features

Normal Quality. Nothing special.

Each chapter closes with a “P.S.” section which provides an application point. This can be a reflection question, prayer, or Bible...

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Aug 10, 21

Motherhood Without All the Rules

This Review Submitted by Julie Hall

This book was a great challenge to me but it also encouraged me. It is so easy to get sucked into the world's view of moms and motherhood, this book gives the gospel truths on how to let go...

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Jan 10, 21

Motherhood Without All the Rules

This Review Submitted by jessicahageman

Motherhood often “feels like both too little and too much,” according to Maggie Combs. Not only do I have to agree with this sentiment, but I think it summarizes the feeling I often struggle with...

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Jan 23, 21

The Grumbler's Guide to Giving Thanks

This Review Submitted by cdluvsreading

I thoroughly enjoyed The Grumbler's Guide to Giving Thanks by Dustin Crowe. I have read quite a few similar books, but what I appreciate about The Grumbler's Guide is that it is...

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Feb 13, 21

The Grumbler's Guide to Giving Thanks

This Review Submitted by Julie Hall

This was a great quick read. Admittedly I read a lot and read quickly but this book took me just one afternoon to read. Thanksgiving season has come and gone but this book points out that...

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Dec 14, 20

The Grumbler's Guide to Giving Thanks

This Review Submitted by callista83

We should be giving thanks more than one day a year. As a Canadian, my Thanksgiving is in October and since the book has American authors, it mentions Thanksgiving as November. However the purpose...

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Jan 8, 21

The Grumbler's Guide to Giving Thanks

This Review Submitted by C.F. Leach

“In the Bible thanksgiving plays a prominent and powerful role, but we’ve demoted it to a seasonal add-on.”

Lately my attitude has not been of the highest standards when it comes to the...

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Jun 23, 21

The Grumbler's Guide to Giving Thanks

This Review Submitted by BlueJanes

This thought-provoking book challenges the reader to rethink the object of our thankfulness. So often we talk about being thankful for blessings or things when the object of our thankfulness...

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Nov 5, 20

The Grumbler's Guide to Giving Thanks

This Review Submitted by carey

In 2018, I purchased a Levenger 5-year journal to record short thoughts and develop a daily journaling habit. Towards the end of last year, I reviewed my entries, and what I saw disheartened me....

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Dec 3, 20

The Grumbler's Guide to Giving Thanks

This Review Submitted by PVdWindt

There is an appropriateness to reviewing a book on giving thanks during the month of November, there is also an irony because Dustin Crowe begins his book The Grumbler's Guide to Giving...

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Nov 26, 20

Hosanna in Excelsis

This Review Submitted by callista83

I love doing a Christmas Devotional and this year I had the pleasure of being sent a musical one. Hosanna in Excelsis gives the history on the words and the music of the most popular (and...

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Jan 8, 21

Hosanna in Excelsis

This Review Submitted by BlueJanes

This is a beautiful devotional for Advent and Christmas. Featuring hymns of the season including the lyrics and scores along with a description of the Biblical truths expressed in each hymn, each...

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Nov 5, 20

Hosanna in Excelsis

This Review Submitted by carey

Many songs and carols traditionally accompany the celebration of the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. And thanks to the men and women of faith who went before us, Christians today have a...

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Jan 14, 21

Hosanna in Excelsis

This Review Submitted by Joanne Viola

Christmas has always been a time of year I hold near and dear to my heart. Christmas carols often begin playing way before Thanksgiving and continue on after the calendar announces the new year....

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Oct 29, 20

Hosanna in Excelsis

This Review Submitted by James E Hartley

Joyful, all ye nations rise,
Join the triumph of the skies
With th’angelic host proclaim,
Christ is born in Bethlehem
Hark! The herald angels sing,

And you can join...

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Dec 18, 20