90 Days with The God Who speaks –Book Review

This little book published by B&H was created from content used in their Gospel Project curriculum.  The curriculum was developed to provide study material that is both theologically and biblical based.  90 Days with the God who speaks allows readers to go through the material in three months, using a devotional style.

The basis for all the lessons is the idea that God continually speaks to His people.  Beginning in Genesis, it describes the general revelation of creation, moves on to the specific revelation of Scripture, and finally Jesus who correctly interprets and applies God’s Word for us.  The Old and New Testaments are clearly linked.  Different genres used in the Bible — historical narrative, wisdom literature, prophecy and letters are presented and explained.

This book would make a good gift for a confirmation student or new Christian.  It would also be useful for someone looking for a quick overview of the Scriptures and how they are connected.

VERDICT:  4 Stars.  Not exceptional but basic and biblically sound.

If you would like to purchase this book, follow the link below:


For more devotionals by B&H see these posts:

On-The-Go Devotional by Leslie Hudson — Book Review

Women of Courage: a Forty-Day Devotional — Book Review

Big and Little Coloring Devotional – Book Review

The Lutheran Ladies received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.  Disclaimer pursuant to FTC 16 CFR part 255.


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