What Matters Most takes a well-known Bible passage and analyzes it in a new and interesting way, from the viewpoint of being positive about the story of a strong, self-confident woman. It provides a general overview of the interpretations of history and sheds new light on the possible meanings of this unusual portrait of a woman in Bible times. The book also has thought-provoking questions at the end of each chapter that take the lessons the reader has just been taught and asks readers to apply them to their lives.
While predominately for women, What Matters Most can be read by any and everyone who believes in the equality of the sexes. Ideally, every young woman should read this book when she is a teenager.
What Matters Most will go a long way toward rectifying the crisis of low self-esteem in the women of the world. The only drawback is that not everyone who truly needs this book may be able to read it. So, tell a friend and ask them to tell a friend, this book is a worthy and enlightening read.