As I read this book, I found myself highlighting passages and writing notes. So much of it stood out to me. I liked that each devotional can stand alone - it's not a "start at the beginning" book. Each devotional focuses on a different variant of how God loves us no matter what, but a mom could find herself feeling different emotions and looking for spiritual nourishment in that particular area and find it, rather than feeling like "Today is Tuesday, I must reflect on Tuesday's prayers." It doesn't matter what day it is - just what you need for your relationship with God.
One thing that struck me was how raw this devotional is. So many are preachy - what one should do. But life doesn't work according to what one "should" do - we are human, we fall short, and some days, our heart knows deep down that God has a plan but our in-the-trenches mind is saying, "Really? REALLY???" and so we struggle. But the author doesn't berate her readers for feeling...well, human...and instead puts herself up as example of one just as human as the rest of us.
I have a daily devotional that I am starting to work though, but it's a "Day 1 is here, day 2 is here..." etc. As much as I love it, because it breaks down the Bible from start to finish, sometimes we need to be able to find a way to speak with the Lord on our terms, not a book's terms. This book will definitely get a lot of reading as I find there are just some days where I'm called to reread a particular chapter.
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