The One Year Devotions for Women: Becoming a Woman at Peace is full of truth, conviction, inspiration & will help your faith grow in peace!
That, my friends, is my twitter length review of this devo. Just go with it, I thought I’d mix things up. 🙂 In all seriousness, this is another excellent devotional option for women. Tyndale (and for this book Ann Spangler) rarely lets me down in these types of matters.
Peace—don’t we all want just a little more peace in our lives? Peace in relationships. Peace at home and at work. Peace from painful memories. Release from pressures and demands that threaten to crush us. Is there a way to find peace in all these areas? What if we could build a moment of peace into every day of the year, opening our hearts to the peace God has promised? Wouldn’t it be great to live with less fear and anxiety, and with more confidence and joy?
The One Year Devotions for Women: Becoming a Woman at Peace is a chance to spend time with God every day, to breathe deeply and grab onto the kind of peace that only God can offer—a peace far richer and more satisfying than anything we can hope or imagine. Each of these uplifting devotions includes a key NLT Scripture verse, a devotional reading, and a suggested prayer for connecting with God.
Each devotion is short, but still packed with plenty of inspiration and wisdom to get you thinking. It provides what you need to reflect on the day’s scripture and God’s promise from it. The daily devotions are personal and focus on gaining a deeper peace in our faith. Spangler uses many life experiences (whether her own or from others), reminding us how the Lord can use all situations for something greater.
This is a fabulous daily devotional if you’re looking to start one. After finishing each devotion, I felt myself nodding in agreement, knowing it’s exactly what I needed to hear. From releasing guilt, letting go of control, giving freely, understand limitations, stress to many others, Spangler touches on topics we all face at one time or another. You know, all things that lead us toward becoming a woman at peace.
What devotional are you going through this year? Do you like daily ones, weekly studies or both? I loved to hear what you’re going through!
(Thank you Tyndale House for the copy in exchange for my honest review)
P.S. For my fellow smartphone users, there’s also a free app (The One Year Devo Reader App), so be sure to check it out!