I DO Lesson Book
The servants of the groom are announcing the wedding, but will the bride prepare herself properly to say “I do”? I do is a short book that both teaches and challenges one who has accepted the engagement to the Lamb to do that which will prepare them for that great day when the groom arrives.
A. Willis (verified owner) –
Overall: A VERY good Bible study book and one I highly recommend for all who are serious about their walk with God.
What I especially enjoyed: Wow, where do I start? I enjoyed this book from front to back. It was a refreshing read and one that encouraged me. I loved how there was so much Scripture in the book with just a few sections of the author’s explanatory words. Everything was written simply so that new believers/followers could understand, and it is also of great benefit to all Christians, regardless of how long they have been on this walk. I appreciated insight and ways to explain to others about the truth of being a whole Bible follower/believer. I really liked how the theme of the book was about our relationship with God as a bride. Truly, a bride must and wants to learn how to love and please her husband, so therefore as Christians, we must learn how to please our Husband! I recommend this book 100%! I appreciated that there were no man made traditions or beliefs in this book, rather simply explaining and pointing out what the Bible says pleases God.
What I did not enjoy: The author mentioned that he did not think being baptized as a baby was a bad thing. This is not a catholic book, and the author agreed that baby baptism would not save the child, but I’m not sure I agree with baby baptism at all; I haven’t studied it. Also, there was a small difference in observation of a Biblical Feast (whether or not you need a field or only a small amount of barley for Wave Sheaf Day in Leviticus 23). But that’s it. Otherwise, I fully liked this book.