I liked that the stories in this book were told in ways that tried to put me into the minds of what the characters' lives were like better and what they could've done or said. I know that a lot of the story format stories may have been fictionalized because they were told in that format before the Bible verses recap, and group / individual study questions were given. This book also helped me to realize that some of the stories in this book may have been described to me in the past and didn't actually happen the way or not very much like the way that they did.
I liked that not only was David's story told but the story of his sons was told also. It was also interesting to learn about Herod the Great's sons. I do not remember learning about any of these people at any other time so I'm glad that this book taught about them.
I also liked how both male and female examples were given, showing that God used the brokenness of both genders.
My review= 5 out of 5 stars
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