Fierce Beauty

I recently had the opportunity to read Fierce Beauty by Kim Meeder. Without knowing any of her story or background beforehand, I had no idea what her take was on godliness, biblical womanhood, or what exactly “fierce beauty” was. As I was reading, I was challenged by her observations on obedience to Christ and glorifying God. While I found her continuing short sections on the woman with the crown and the sword a little perplexing (what exactly was she trying to say?), I was very entertained by the stories she told from her own life, the biblical parallels she drew, and the concise, clear way she made applications for godly, daily living.

The book reads like a devotional book — each chapter is connected to the others but can still be read as a “stand alone.” It can be read in one sitting or stretched out over time so that the reader can fully absorb and appreciate each chapter.

Many thanks to Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing for providing me with a free copy of this book to review. All opinions expressed are mine entirely.

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