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The Women of Easter Review

As we are coming up on spring and Easter I thought it very appropriate to read a book about the women that surround the events of Easter. Like her book, The Women of Christmas, Liz brings the women and events surrounding the death and resurrection of Jesus to life.

The book is thought provoking and really makes you think about these women as they interact with Jesus before his death as well as during the crucifixion and his resurrection. She talks in great detail about Mary of Bethany, Mary of Nazareth and Mary Magadalene. She also talks about Martha of Bethany and Salome as well. It is interesting to see how women have played a very vital role in the life of the Messiah but were the first evangelists mentioned in the Bible.

This study goes to show you how important women are to God and to his great plan for the world. He never excludes but always includes them. He never shied away from them and always treated them with great care and love.

Included in this study is a study guide that can be used for deeper personal study or together with a group. However, you use this book it will be a great resource for you and one I will recommend to friends and family.

Here is some more information about this book: 9781601426826

About The Women of Easter

This Season of Grace,
Deepen Your Faith in God
Who So Loved the World
that He Gave Us His Son.

 
You’re about to meet three women named Mary, each of whom has a life-changing encounter with Jesus. Mary of Bethany prepares the way for the Lord’s burial when she anoints His feet and fills the air with her perfume. His mother, Mary of Nazareth, remains by His side from His first breath to His last, her loyalty unwavering. Mary Magdalene, delivered of seven demons, bravely supports her Teacher through His darkest hours, then proclaims the glorious news of His resurrection.

What a trio. What a Savior!
 
Your mind and emotions will be engaged and your faith strengthened as each scene unfolds, preparing your heart for a richer, deeper Easter experience. Liz Curtis Higgs, a seasoned Bible teacher and award-winning novelist, combines her storytelling skills with a thorough verse-by-verse study of Scripture as together you explore the remarkable lives of The Women of Easter.

You can pick up a copy here.
Check out my review of  Liz Curtis Higgs book It’s Good to Be Queen.

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