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66 Love Letters by Larry Crabb
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Oct 09, 2010

it was amazing

I really love this book, and began reading it without following the author's intent, which is to read the book in the Bible first. As always, I am too eager to find out if I'm going to like a book or not.

Each chapter in "66 Love Letters" deals with a chapter in the Bible, beginning in Genesis and ending Revelation. The intent is for the reader to read the chapter in the Bible, and then read the corresponding love letter, or conversation with God. As stated previous, I was eager to get into this book, without getting into THE Book. What I have found, as I'm moving along, is that "66 Love Letters" makes me want to get into God's book, so I can have the deeper understanding that the author is going for. Therefore, I am starting over and will begin again, reading my Bible chapter before reading the "Love Letter" chapter.

I will tell you, the conversations in the book are written with such love,and they feel so authentic to me, feelings I myself may have, and responses from God that are so encouraging that I can highly recommend this book to you.

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