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"I" Can Relate by Wanda L. Scott is a devotional book about developing relationships in the right perspective: God first, then man. The author teaches the importance of self-evaluation using biblical principles and profound teachings as readers enter moments of "I can relate," or "I can't relate." The author takes her time, from a biblical viewpoint, to break down the word "RELATIONSHIP" in order to build upon a teachable foundation. Each chapter takes a portion of the word "RELATIONSHIP" and expounds on it in a wonderful way, using scriptures to drive home the point of understanding our place in God's mind.
I found this book to be a nicely written devotional that teaches the importance of developing a relationship with God. As the author states, "Our entire life is made up of relationships. The most important relationship should be with God, and the rest of the relationships that we form will fall in line with the maturity or depth of our relationship with God." This speaks volumes to me. When our lives are in the right perspective, everything will flow.
We have to make sure our relationship with God is top priority. My mind goes to the scripture that says - in Luke 10:27 - 'And he answering said, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy strength, and with all thy mind; and thy neighbour as thyself.' I recommend this book for anyone looking for a change in their lives, for those seeking mental deliverance from past relationships, and for anyone seeking to grow "IN" God. This book will minister to the body, mind, and spirit.