English is my second language. I wanted to study English and Bible at the same time. (Efficient, isnt it?) I bought this book only by seeing the title but after reading it, it is written just for me, I thought.
English in this book is relatively easy and the contentent is just for my situation, that is, in trials. From James Chapter 1, Elizabeth explains how to go through trials carefully and repeatedly. I reviewed my daily life and want to improve it according to the Bible verse listed in this book. Thank you very much.
Elizabeth George tackles a difficult issue in dealing with trials and suffering. The abundant Bible references take women to the scriptures, but George's questions often fall flat. For example, in lesson 2, the study book aligns two columns of responses to trials and then asks which set we should choose to follow. While this study may help new believers in Christ, there's not much thought-provoking material here for those want to think and apply.
This is my favorite book, next to the Bible. It can be very helpful, to those that are going through really tough challenges. It is a must have in any Christian home, but also for those who don't know our Lord and Savior and are facing trails they don't understand. It can open a door that you've been praying about, and will encourage you everyday.