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This is quite an interesting little book. I never would have thought to go to the women in the Bible as a means of mentoring. I’m a loner in many ways, and have been most of my life. Granted, I don’t meet a stranger and I can talk to anyone with ease. However, I don’t let myself get close to many people. (Trust me when I say it shows when I do try to become friends with people who aren’t open minded.)
This book was a great reminder of the type of woman I should strive to be. The author parallels 12 women from the Bible to her own life. In many ways, she overshadows the women in the Bible by expressing how her life has been better. She definitely does a lot of bragging throughout the book. (Which, I’ve noticed after reading this book, that my intentions may be good and strong when I started this blog, but I’m guilty of doing the same thing on here.)
This book ranks a 3 out of 10 for me. It wasn’t one of my favorite reads as of late. However, it definitely wasn’t the worst either. If you can get through her talking about herself mostly, then you do get to gain an idea of where to go in the Bible to learn more about some of the fabulous women from the Bible itself.