Review: Really Bad Girls of the Bible

        `Really Bad Girls of the Bible` is a biblical study of women of the Bible written by author Liz Curtis Higgs. Liz is the author of nearly 30 books, with more than 3 million copies in print. This book is non-fiction. Liz (Elizabeth) is the perfect person to write this book. She has been in a deep pit and with the Lord's help has been able to get out and onto the other side. This book is for that woman who is in the deep pit and sees no way out. Really Bad Girls of the Bible is about the sovereignty of God.

        Each chapter begins with a modern short story before approaching the topic for that chapter. After the biblical topic, the author speaks of what lessons we can learn from that chapter. My favorite chapter was the story of Grace. All her fellow student artists saw only her sin. But, her teacher saw her forgiven and full of grace. She was not condemned but forgiven.

        I recommend this study to all women who feel unacceptable to God. This book would be perfect for book clubs, whether the club meets once or weekly. There are 8 discussion questions which can be answered in one setting or there are study guides if you meet more often.

Disclaimer: "I was provided a free copy of this book. All opinions are my own."

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