Inspirational Nonfiction Book Review: Deeper Waters

Publisher's Description

"The Satisfaction You Seek
Dwells in the Depths of God's Word
Do you come to God's Word with questions and doubts that arise from life's disappointments and hurts? Denise J. Hughes, author of the Word Writers Bible Study Series, has been there, yet she's found a peace that runs deeper than her circumstances. In Deeper Waters, she invites you to:  
1. Learn to hear God's voice through the pages of His Word.
2. Discover a joy you never thought possible when reading the Bible.
3. Make connections in Scripture that transform your way of thinking and living.
You don't have to be a graduate student in seminary to be a serious student of the Bible. God's Word is for everyone. Dive in and experience the joy that awaits in deeper waters."

My Review, Reflection, and Recommendation

Deeper Waters: Immersed in the Life-Changing Truth of God’s Word, by Denise J. Hughes, offers personal insight and practical ideas that the reader can easily use to study the Bible more effectively and intentionally. Abounding with grace and encouragement, this book is well-written and very engaging. The helpful tips included in this book are extremely worthwhile for anyone who desires to make the most of the time they spend reading and studying the Bible. 

I appreciated how this book was organized into thematic sections. I also appreciated that the ideas presented in the book were applicable, helpful, and edifying, rather than being overwhelming or burdensome. I came to the end of the book with an understanding of several practical Bible study techniques that I can implement immediately. 

Deeper Waters is heart-felt and sincere. It is grounded in a love for the life-giving truth of God’s Word. It is thoughtful, insightful, practical, and uplifting. I plan to reread this book often, and recommend it to others whenever I have the opportunity.

Click here to purchase a copy of this book for yourself. 

*I received a copy of this book from the publisher. The opinions stated in this review, whether positive or negative, are entirely my own.


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