Invisible: How You Feel Is Not Who You Are by Jennifer Rothschild is a book for women who struggle with feelings of worthlessness or lack of purpose. This book on significance is a case study on the relationship between Gomer and Hosea. It’s well researched and the Biblical story is a background for modern application. Rothschild has a fun teaching style that is appealing to many audiences of every age group. Her method of turning ancient Scripture into modern teaching is impressive and commendable. It’s a book about purpose and appealing to many women.
If you’ve never studied the book of Hosea then you’ll enjoy this teaching from Jennifer Rothschild. She speaks from the heart of a woman, wife, mother and friend. Many will identify with these roles in life and apply the message of significance and purpose right where they are.
I’m giving the book four stars instead of five because this book is similar to Anonymous by Cindi Wood, or “The Invisible Woman” by Nicole Johnson. While the case study on Gomer and Hosea is different from these other two books, the theme of significance is similar and the message repetitive.
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