Tuesday, January 26, 2016

A Princess Story: The Real-Life Fairy Tale Found in the Gospel of Jesus Christ Book Review

Cedar Fort Publishing & Media has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book. Affiliate links may be in this posting. Thanks for supporting my blog.

I realize that not all of my readers are of my faith (LDS/Mormon), but regardless of that a lot of you are of Christian faith, the same as me. Yes, the LDS/Mormon church believes in Christ and we base our teachings on Him. This is the reason my church's full name is The Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter Day Saints. We, as Christians believe in Jesus Christ and that we are all sons and daughters of God. This realization is given to us in Biblical truths and scripture. We are shown in the Bible that we are both literal spirit children of our Heavenly Father because he created us & also sons and daughters of God because of having faith in Him and being born again through the atonement of Christ. In the book A Princess Story: The Real-Life Fairy Tale Found in the Gospel of Jesus Christ by Jaci Wightman we are enlightened even further of this concept.

A Princess Story: The Real-Life Fairy Tale Found in the Gospel of Jesus Christ by Jaci Wightman is a wonderful book for girls that shows them their divine potential. It sets the foundation for helping them recognize the princess within and parallels the fairytale princess stories that we have all grown up hearing, with God's plan for us. I love that this book has many scriptural references from both the Bible and Book of Mormon, teachings from the leaders of the Church, and "Additional Study" at the end of most chapters to back up these important concepts. I believe that this book is perfect for older Primary aged girls, Young Women (aged 12-17), mothers of daughters in the LDS Church, LDS Church leaders, and all young women who want to learn of their full potential as a daughter of God.

As an LDS woman that has grown up in the Church I remember being taught from the young age of 3 years old that we were children of God. One of my favorite songs that I was taught at that tender age was "I am a Child of God". It has always been a blessing to know my place here on Earth and I am thankful that my two daughters also know that they are daughters of God. I love A Princess Story and all its insights and I am also excited to share this book with my daughters as well when the time is right.

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DISCLOSURE/DISCLAIMER: I received this book for free to facilitate this review from Cedar Fort Publishing & Media. My thoughts are mine and my family's own opinion and have not been altered by anyone else. I did not receive any other compensation for doing this review. Affiliate links may be in this posting. Thanks for supporting my blog.

2 comments:

Jeanine said...

That sounds like a great book for a lot of different ages!

Heidi Bee said...

This sounds like a lovely book for my kiddo!!