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    1. 4 Stars Out Of 5
      Companion book suggested
      February 13, 2015
      Quality: 4
      Value: 4
      Meets Expectations: 2
      We have just started this curriculum as part of a small group series. We ordered the study guides and dvd - only to have them arrive and discover there is a companion book recommended ("The Relationship Principles of Jesus"). This was a surprise to us - as the books are hardback and cost about $15-20 each. It would have been helpful if this suggestion had been part of the description online when we purchased the study guides and DVD.
    2. 4 Stars Out Of 5
      40 days of love
      October 1, 2014
      Loved it..make God's love your highest goal primary purpose..His love through you
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      Age: 55-65
      Gender: female
      5 Stars Out Of 5
      November 7, 2013
      Age: 55-65
      Gender: female
      Not only did I like but everyone else did too. It is now being used by another group.
    4. Age: Over 65
      Gender: female
      2 Stars Out Of 5
      Not my thing
      October 30, 2010
      Marty Dempsey
      Age: Over 65
      Gender: female
      Quality: 3
      Value: 2
      Meets Expectations: 2
      We did the 40 days of Love in our church, and I'm not impressed with it at all. It's not that it teaches falsehoods, but so much of the text seemed contrived to take the Bible truth and shape it into a pre-determined format. I say just teach God's truth and let the Holy Spirit teach the folks. Some of the text in the book made assumptions about why people do or do not react a certain way to the claims as selected by the author, and I find that too general, and not really so, in some cases. I was asked to teach a group but couldn't because I just don't think it's on target. I also was disappointed that a study of Love for Christians didn't start with God's love for us, which is our greatest motivation. Yes, it's assumed perhaps but I never assume anything when teaching. To me, it appears that this type of study and format is part of why we see the creeping apostacy the End Times suffers. No question; we need to see God's love flowing through our lives to a lost and dying world, and often, a hurting church. I just don't think this is the channel. Sorry; I hate to be critical of anyone's effort but in all honesty, I can't say different.
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