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Book review: The 5-Minute Bible Study for Women by Emily Biggers

You intend to do it, but before you know it, another week has passed and you haven’t picked up God’s Word. This book provides simple tools for you to open the Bible regularly and dig into God’s Word—even if you only have five minutes!
 Minutes 1–2: Read a few verses pulled from a lengthier passage. If time allows, read the full passage listed for you in each Bible study.Minute 3: Understand. Ponder thoughtful questions designed to help you apply the verses from the Bible to your own life. Consider these throughout your day as well.Minute 4: Apply. Read a brief devotional based on the scripture you read. Think about what you are learning and how you can apply the scriptural truths to your own life.Minute 5: Pray. A prayer starter will help you to begin a time of conversation with God.The 5-Minute Bible Study for Women will help you establish the discipline of consistent study of God’s Word. You will find that even five minutes focused on scripture and prayer has the power to make a huge difference in your daily life. Soon you will be making time for more!
My Review:
Genre: Non-fiction, devotional.
My Rating: 4 Stars.
Recommendation: 13 up.
My thoughts: My only problem with the devotional was that I didn’t like the switch in versions of the Bible. (Another reason I used my own Bible.)
Key Verse: I read the key verses in my Bible just because I preferred to but in the devotional, it was easy to read.
Understand: The part where it gave you something to think on, each thing it said to “understand” was thought-provoking and they were good things to consider.
Apply: The part where it gives you something to apply was also thought-provoking.
Pray: Each devotion had a prayer, which I thought they were good starts to a prayer, though I don’t necessarily agree with all of them

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