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21 Days of Grace: Stories that Celebrate God's Unconditional Love (A Fiction Lover’s Devotional) Hardcover – June 1, 2015
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I loved being able to read short stories with a thought-provoking message. As a busy mom on the run, this is the perfect book to keep tucked in my bag. Plus, I love all the different authors who have contributed to make this a well-rounded read. --Marci Seither, multi-published author
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If you'd like to go into more depth with this book (or any other books in the Fiction Lover's Devotional series), or if you'd like to use the book in a group setting (women's group, Bible study, book club, life group, or just a gathering of friends), get the Study Guide, available as a free PDF on the Fiction Devo website or as a 99-cent e-book at Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
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The first story by Cindy Woodsmall is about a young wife and mother distressed because she can't go to her little sister's wedding. In the next one, Robin Bayne tells about a girl who sits at a friend's bedside while he's in a coma.
Story No. 5 by Cecil Murphey talks about people in an African village learning about Jesus for the first time from a strange man with white skin.
No. 6 by Kathy Ide writes about a young woman dealing with the sudden death of her fiance.
I'm not going to tell you about all of them, but all have one thread in common with us: we all need that touch of grace on occasion, don't we? Other authors are Renee Gutteridge, Angela Elwell Hunt, Barbara Curtis, Deborah Raney, Roxanne Anderson, Nancy Arant Williams, Kathi Macias, Diane Simmons Dill, Buck Storm, Dona Watson, Jeanette Morris, Amarilys Gacio Rassler, Carolyn Bennet Fraiser, Jeanette Hanscome, Tracy Higley, Nanette Thorsen-Snipes, DiAnn Mills, and Lori Freeland. There's bound to be at least one author in there whose writing you know and love.
With the short life application at the end of each story, this can be a daily lift for you. Try it. I promise you won't be disappointed. Oh--and the devo has a group study guide that goes with it. Now, that sounds interesting!
21 Days of Grace: Stories that Celebrate God's Unconditional Love compiled by Kathy Ide, © 2015
A Fiction Lover’s Devotional series, Book 1
Fictional stories followed by brief life applications written by best-selling Christian novelists and debut authors, including Angela Hunt, Cindy Woodsmall, and Deborah Raney. Great for individual or group study.
A hardcover devotional just the right size to take along with you for moments to read while you wait. Whether you are at the doctor's office or in a school zone picking up your child, you will find just the right time to read a devotional by a favorite or soon to be! author.
Grace ~ Grace ~ God's Grace
This is a compilation of sharings of how God has met them in their daily adventure. Twenty-one days of freedom to experience individually. These stories parallel the grace we have been given. Accepting it or placing focus only on what we have known, is the decision our choice will make ~ rejecting a burden to rely completely upon His love offered to us.
You will enjoy refreshing as you also re-read these devotions and apply them for yourself, beneficial to others! Seeing with new eyes, possibilities. Honoring another, receiving help given to you, when you usually fill a need you observe in others, allows them to give. A gift to both!
Each day has a life application and author introduction. There is a ribbon bookmark ready to keep your place. Short reads, but their reflective thought will stay with you. They would make a good around the table devotional for discussion over tea and scones, adding applicable Scripture examples with them. Any one of the day stories would be a good conversation opener for small gatherings to share life experiences where God has shown His grace.
This little book would make a nice tuck-in gift. You may even find a new author you would like to follow after reading their fiction story here that magnifies God's unconditional love for each of us in our daily life. A snippet that will tug at your heart and stay with you long after the day has begun.
***Thank you, Celebrate Lit for including me in the book tour for 21 Days of Grace and sending a copy to me. This review was written in my own words. No other compensation was received.***
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