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Fruit of the Spirit - Bible Study Paperback – January 9, 2013
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I purchased this book based on the excellent reviews it has received. If this book had been titled as a "devotional", I could understand why it has received strong reviews. However, it is marketed as a Bible study, and as such it did not meet expectations. The author has written a section on each Fruit of the Spirit, offering her perspective on each topic. Some of her ideas are based on Scripture, and she provides some references to support those ideas. Much of what she has written seems based on common sense, rather than making a Scriptural connection. At the end of each section, the author provides a list of Scripture references and encourages the reader to look up those references and "dig deep" (and that is all the guidance offered the reader in regards to studying the Scriptures the author has listed).
If you are looking for a devotional on this topic or are satisfied with a very unstructured Bible study, this book might be just what you are looking for. If you are looking for something that offers some structure, guidance, questions for thought and application, cross references, word study, and so on (all components that I look for in a Bible study), this book does not provide that.
The author is a heavy hitter so you have to adjust to her but
she has many good things to say. I appreciated her approach.