God Speaks Your Love Language

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God Speaks Your Love Language: How to Experience and Express God’s Love by Gary Chapman

Book Review of God Speaks Your Love Language by Gary ChapmanStars: *****

Moody Publishers (2018)
Christian Living/Practical Life/Personal Growth
208 pages

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This post contains affiliate links.

Summary:  Do you realize that the God of the universe speaks your love language, and your expressions of love for Him are shaped by your love language? Learn how you can give and receive God’s love through the five love languages: words of affirmation, quality time, gifts, acts of service, and physical touch. The book includes a brand new chapter on “Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone” which will teach you the joys of speaking a love language you’re not used to with God. No matter what love language you prefer, you will become more deeply connected with God and watch this bond transform all of your relationships.

God Speaks Your Love Language

I read the original 5 Love Languages 9 years ago and LOVED it. This offshoot of that book is equally good. I believe the book was divinely inspired because of course the Bible was written long ago and was inspired by God. God Speaks Your Love Language makes multiple references to the Bible stories that show how God uses all 5 love languages to communicate with us. He also shows how believers communicate with God in different ways.

It all seems so obvious that it had me wondering how I didn’t see this for myself. It’s obvious once you read it, it all makes sense, but it’s not one of those books that seem pointless, not at all. It’s not obvious till you read it.

If you are having trouble connecting with God or you are worried that someone you know isn’t connecting with God, you should read this book.

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