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The Resolution for Women Paperback – September 1, 2011
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From the Back Cover
From best-selling author Priscilla Shirer, in partnership with the creators of The Love Dare, comes a resolution that challenges you to realign your daily decisions in a way that glorifies God and fulfills who He created you to be. Layered with biblical truth and seasoned with encouragement, The Resolution for Women will inspire the woman you see in the mirror to trust God’s perfect plan for her life, resolving to become “purposefully feminine, surprisingly satisfied, and faithfully His.”
About the Author
Priscilla Shirer is a Bible teacher and conference speaker with a Master's degree in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. Also a popular author, her books include One in a Million and Life Interrupted. Priscilla is married to Jerry with whom she founded Going Beyond Ministries. They have three sons and live in Dallas, Texas.
Top customer reviews
As part of my new year goals, I decided to read a chapter (or segment) of inspirational or motivational nonfiction before bed at least five out of seven nights. This represents the first inspirational book chosen for that purpose this year.
I love the tiny segments each part of the resolution is divided into. It makes for a perfect reading and reflection length in the evenings. I scrawled several pages worth of notes and introspection during this quiet time.
The writing is filled with great illustrations and plenty of scripture references.
Why not a higher rating? While the book started out strong, I felt the final few chapters didn't have the same emotional impact. Not because the topics were unimportant or irrelevant either. I'm not sure what went wrong for me, but ending on a lower note than the book started with affected my rating.
I still recommend this for anyone who feels like they need guidance for their spiritual journey. It's not really a Bible study, but it has the potential to spark interest in different study topics.