Carla Gasser has done outstanding work on this book. She guides the reader through a devotional study of the Fruit of the Spirit. She does this by making this more than a devotional; she makes this book a Bible study as well.
Ms. Gasser draws on several scriptures for each Fruit of the Spirit. She also cites several other author’s works to bring the reader to a better understanding.
Vivian Kammel has created a masterpiece on almost every page of the book. She used watercolor illustrations of florals. At one point she placed succulents on the pages. On another, she painted peaches.
I would recommend this to anyone who is serious about their walk with God. I believe it could be studied in a group study as well as an individual study. Ms. Gasser suggests this be a nine-week study. She has given us a lot to digest about each quality we call the Fruit.
This book is available online at Amazon.com in the hardback and Kindle forms.
(Click on the ‘look inside’ link to see the beauty of the illustrator’s work.)
It is also available at Christianbook.com in hardback and eBook forms.
I like the title of the book. The thought of an "uncluttered soul" is somehow comforting and appealing. Maybe because I have so much clutter everywhere else. It sounds like a good Bible study. thank you for sharing it with us.ReplyDelete
Thank you for your kind thoughts. I was going to start the study today. However, I was led to another book. Peace and blessings to you.Delete
Such a glowing review! It sounds like a beautiful study and devotional. Thank you for sharing. 💛ReplyDelete
Shayndel: You are welcome.Delete
Oh, this looks and sounds lovely! Thanks for sharing with us.ReplyDelete
Jeanette: Thank you for your kind words. Peace and blessings to you and yoursReplyDelete
Wow, sounds good and what a beautiful cover!ReplyDelete