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Jesus Always: Embracing Joy in His Presence (Jesus Calling®) Hardcover – October 4, 2016
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Sarah Young, the author of the bestselling 365-day devotionals Jesus Always and Jesus Calling®, has sold more than 22 million books worldwide. Jesus Calling® has appeared on all major bestseller lists. Sarah’s writings include Jesus Calling®, Jesus Today™, Jesus Lives™, Dear Jesus, Jesus Calling® for Little Ones, Jesus Calling® Bible Storybook, Jesus Calling®: 365 Devotions for Kids, and Peace in His Presence, each encouraging readers in their journeys toward intimacy with Christ. Sarah and her husband were missionaries in Japan and Australia for many years. They currently live in the United States.
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Jesus Always: Embracing Joy in His Presence is a new devotional by missionary Sarah Young. The devotions included in this book and her other books are her personal thoughts and reflections. She writes in this introduction to Jesus Always that this book was a "marathon" for her since she worked on it for several years while living in Australia. After traveling for awhile and dealing with illness, Sarah Young strives to find joy in her everyday life so she wrote this particular devotional with that in mind. She writes these devotionals from the perspective of Jesus speaking to us as we read them. She also includes some Scriptures which are italicized and a few Bible references at the bottom so you can look those up if you'd like.
Jesus Always is 384 pages long, with one-page devotions for every day of the year, including February 29th. The book measures 4 1/4 inches by 6 1/4 inches by 1 inch. It has a hard, yet puffy, purple cover and the pages are smooth and slightly glossy. Included with the book is an attached ribbon bookmark so you can keep your place.
I love this devotional and find that no matter what my day is like, that particular day's devotion is so fitting and exactly what I need to hear. I might be having a great day or a difficult day and reading this seems to relax and refocus me. It also helps me to slow down and remind me of what's important. I do my best to read it daily but it doesn't always happen. I love that I can read the devotion for one particular day or just flip it open to whatever one I'd like. It's the perfect size to stick in your purse if you need something positive and uplifting to read when you are at work or out and about and it makes a great gift. I bought this for myself and purchased one for a good friend who loves it as well! I ended up purchasing Jesus Calling and Jesus Today, both by Sarah Young, because I love this book so much! Whether or not you are familiar with this author, this is a devotional I'd highly recommend if you are looking for one for yourself or a loved one!
I used this devotional in 2017, having been excited to find that Sarah Young had done a new devotional in 2016. Prior to this, I’d done 2 back-to-back cycles of Jesus Calling (2015 and 2016) and before that I’d gone through Jesus Today a few of times. Although I really enjoyed this 365-day devotional and the additional month and a half of bonus content and found it to be a blessing, I didn’t feel it was as impactful to my heart as Jesus Calling was or as healing and encouraging to my soul as Jesus Today. There’s nothing wrong with this devotional, it’s just that unlike, Jesus Calling, I didn’t necessarily feel like it spoke to me personally everyday and after finishing it, I didn’t feel the “I want to do this again this year” that I felt with Jesus Calling. This is still a very good 365-day devotional and definitely worth giving a try.
When I finish them, I begin again.
My problem between church services from one service to the next, was trying to keep the closeness with God going. Just reading the Bible didn’t do it for me. I would get discouraged, because the feeling never lasted.
The way this speaks to you directly from God makes all of the difference. What she says, though, is taken from scripture.
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