I've enjoyed a number of Kay Arthur's studies over the years, and when I saw "Lord, I need grace to make it today" I thought it would be an inspiring and encouraging Bible study to do for someone going through a difficult time. That was what the title suggested to me. However, that is not what this study is about. This is designed for someone who believes they are saved by works, or who has a legalistic mindset. It clearly leads the student through study to prove that Christians are saved by grace.
That is not what I wanted or needed, and I don't know any friends who struggle with that issue, so it was a waste of money for me. However, if that is something you need clarity about, this will be a great help to you.
I'm using this with a ladies Bible study of women who have been in the church for many, many years. It's fascinating to watch the discoveries and insights they are gaining as they look at grace through a new lens. Kay Arthur's inductive method always allows people to see so much more in scripture, and this book includes stories that touch the heart of people regardless of their life stage.