Treasured by Leigh McLeroy

One of the ways we get to know people is by learning how they see a situation.  What details are important to them?  Do they remember what they saw or how people reacted?  Do they remember how they felt or what the license plate was?  These sort of details tell us a lot about someone’s personality.

Treasured is a book about getting to know God through the details of bible events.  You’ll be introduced to the fig leaves that Adam and Eve used to cover themselves; the knife that Abraham planned to use to sacrifice his son; and the riding crop that Balaam used to beat his donkey among many others.  Each of these details are just a part of a bigger story that shows God’s personality.

If you like the Women of Faith, I think you will really like Leigh McLeroy.  Unlike the WOF, she is rather serious, but she has a passion for introducing people to God, and she does it with ease.   This book is a quick and easy read – I think it would make a good commuter book or gift book.

If you want to buy it, you will find it at the publisher’s site, or on Amazon.com

This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group.
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