Daughter, Where’s Your Crown

Daughter Where's Your Crown: Examine Biblical Virtue in the Life of Ruth and Proverbs 31Daughter Where’s Your Crown: Examine Biblical Virtue in the Life of Ruth and Proverbs 31 by Kathy Farley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“As wives, mothers, caretakers, and breadwinners, women face a unique set of challenges. Have you found yourself struggling with not feeling “good enough?” Has pressure of trying to do the “right thing” ever left you feeling overwhelmed and discouraged? Daughter, Where’s Your Crown? will help you meet these challenges head-on.”

“Daughter, Where’s Your Crown” by author Kathy Farley is a bible study for women based on Proverbs 31. The first half of the book is based on Proverbs 31- verses 1 – 9, with the remainder of the book focusing on the Proverbs 31 woman. This study is designed to give women new insights into this important chapter.

For many women, the Proverbs 31 woman can seem to be a near impossible “superwoman” that so many women feel that they just cannot even come close to – and in some cases can cause disappointment in our hearts when we feel as though we fail time after time.

This author takes the reader through the Proverbs 31 woman verses – breaking down each verse and attribute offering the reader real life clarity and encouragement with a reminder to women that God provides His Word to be used for guidance in daily living, and that He created you not to just survive, but to thrive.

Each chapter offers additional suggested Scripture readings, stories of women who have kept their focus on God even when troubles come into their lives, and challenging questions to lead you into a significant assessment of your own life and relationship with God. This book would be a good small group study for women.

Disclosure of Material: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher through the BookCrash.com book review program, which requires an honest, though not necessarily positive, review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s CFR Title 16, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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