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Reviewed by Tshombye K. Ware for Readers' Favorite
Life and Love: For Life & Love You Have To Know What You Are In Agreement With! by Wanda L. Scott is a comprehensive Bible lesson devotional that centers around understanding our identity in Christ. The book starts off with a foundation of defining our place in God. As I read it, my mind went to the scripture in the Book of Jeremiah 29:11: 'For I know that thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD, thought of peace, and not of evil...' This scripture speaks of and backs up what the author establishes in the first chapter, as she brings readers to a place of security in their identity. This devotional reads like a Bible study interaction lesson. The author has placed questions to help readers grasp the discussed knowledge and come to an understanding of where they are.
The overall feel of the book is four square: doctrine, encouragement, knowledge, and practical wisdom. You can tell the author has a close relationship with God. When someone writes a book to help others with their Christian identity, it takes a level of commitment - to God, readers, and self. Author Wanda L. Scott's book displays all of those elements without broadcasting. The Agreement declarations and questions are much appreciated because it will help the transition from being a hearer to being a doer. This is one of those books that needs to be taught at Bible studies and Bible seminars to ensure the Body of Christ will live a more productive life as they display the glory of Christ unto the world.