Book Review: The Seven Laws of Love by Dave Willis

July 9, 2016 8:39 pm




The Seven Laws of Love is a practical and easy to read book on the practice of love. It is not theologically dense, but it is also not fluff, as most of the material is supported by biblical verses and passages. The definition of love is accurate, as the author constantly describes it as a selfless, sacrificial commitment to others, whether one gets anything in return or not.

The author breaks the book down into the first and second second: the first one talks about the principles of love as displayed in commitment, sacrifices, truth, fear, grace, healing, and forever. The second part of the book deals with love in action, as it relates to everyone from spouse to God. This book is not the best book on love I’ve ever read, but it is still a solid piece of work that is filled with many illustrations and examples that highlight the power of his presentations. Much of the personal anecdotes are very moving and insightful.

This is a book I would highly recommend if you want an accessible, but biblical, book that will challenge you to put godly love into practice in every area of your life. It has the potential to be life changing.

Note: I received this book complimentary from for review. I was not obligated to give a good review, but only my honest evaluation.