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My Review of "Really Bad Girls of the Bible"

Liz Curtis Higgs' Really Bad Girls of the Bible: More Lessons from Less than Perfect Women is a wonderfully fun and entertaining book and the men and women of the Bible.

Women particularly will find encouragement and enlightenment about living a real life in God's grace.  It's a fun, eye-opening read that also frequently gives a gentle squeeze to the reader's heart.

We all make mistakes, and Higgs has given us a real gift -- a reminder that despite those mistakes God is able to transform us into instruments of the Kingdom.

I received a free copy of this book as part of the Blogging for Books program in exchange for my honest review here.


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