Review: 66 Love Letters

I just finished reading 66 Love Letters by Dr. Larry Crabb.

This is a conversational look at God's message, and as someone with a very casual, personal relationship with God, I really enjoyed this take on the Bible. Each of the 66 love letters covers one book. Each of the 66 love letters displays the general premise clearly, in bold-type. (Really like that.)

"... this is a personal approach to helping readers know God and his great love for them, his message for all mankind, and how their lives fit into His larger story."

The letters are all short, too, which makes this book an easy read. In fact, I'm planning to use this book as a family devotional in the future.

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LisaShaw said...

Hi dear friend, this sounds interesting. Thanks for sharing with us.

Blessings to you and your family. Love you.

blueviolet said...

This one actually intrigues me. It's quite different in its approach!

Cascia said...

That sounds like a beautiful book. I think I should read it.

☼¨`*•.♥RocĂ­o♥.•*¨`☼ said...

I would love to read it...♥sounds like a beautiful book...♥

Melani said...

This sounds like a great book! Thanks for sharing! I did a post on ARCH Books, they are children's bible story books. Check out my post,
I hope this sparks some interested, if nothing else, just some food for thought.

Christian Book Publishers said...

Sounds like a very interesting book, I will check this out on Amazon.