Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Book Review: How Do I love Thee?


The book How Do I Love Thee? is a great Devotional for women. It is a Christian book about learning how to show more love and respect for your husband. This was such a fun journal for me to fill out as I really got to think about the way we can get caught up in the day-to-day rush of life and begin neglecting our spouses. 

I loved that some of the write-in questions took you down memory lane, things like how did you meet him? Or  What does God say about love? This was a great way for me to focus on what really is important in life. I love that this journal also included scripture verses that allowed you to see the heart God wants you to have toward your husband. 

The beautiful illustrations were some of my favorite! I loved all the old victorian type designs. It was a great book, on a great subject matter. It definitely is something I love having on my shelf.  Aren't we all a fan of pretty books? If we are married, aren't we all striving to have a better relationship? 

Overall I think this is a great book about marriage. This will be a great journal for anyone wanting to grow closer to Christ and their husband.

Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest but completely unbiased review. All opinions are my own.

Goodreads Description: 

Happiness in marriage is not so much a matter of chance as it is a matter of choice. Choosing to be happy means choosing to think on things that are good and noble and right and lovely and pure-including your spouse's most positive, admirable, and endearing qualities. Our marriages can't help but benefit when we discipline ourselves to do this. That's the purpose of this journal in a nutshell. Whether you're writing, drawing, pasting, or coloring in it, each page, prompt, and verse is designed to help you recall and record the things you love most about your husband, to reflect on your most cherished memories, and to recognize God's hand at work in your relationship. I pray you will be richly blessed as you meditate on God's Word and allow it to shape your life and marriage

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