devotional for teenage girls is packed full with personal stories from
the author, related Scripture verses, and insightful questions for the
reader. Some topics covered include: Peer pressure, Sex, Dating,
Siblings, Jealousy, Body Image, Self-Esteem, and Growing in Your Faith.
There are forty-one devotions, under six different categories.
If you aren't talking to God or talking about
Him, you shouldn't be using His name. The same goes for Jesus Christ,
the "name that is above every name" (Philippians 2:9). He is the
Creator of the universe; the almighty King of kings and Lord of lords.
Can we really justify throwing His name around as though it meant
nothing? - (From the devotion Pardon My "French")
you're like me, I prefer to read devotionals for teens during my quiet
time. I especially liked this one because it was for girls my age, and
I could relate to almost each topic covered. My friend recommended this
book, and loaned me her copy for a week or two. I actually didn't give
it back to her until a month later (sorry, Amy!) because I re-read it
after I was done. Even though I was already aware of most of the issues
that Danae wrote about, this book really opened my eyes and brought up
questions that I had never thought about before. The Scripture passages
that were weaved into each topic fit perfectly, and I'll remember them
for years to come. I really recommend this book for teenage girls who
want to grow in their faith and learn more about themselves and God.
(Since this wasn't a fictional novel, I'm grading it differently.)
Recommend to Others: A+
Overall Feeling at the End: A
Connections/Relating to it: A
What I Learned: A
Total Grade: A