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Book Review: "Life is _________ Forty- Day Experience" by Judah Smith

Book Description

What is life? What are we here for? What will bring us true satisfaction and lasting happiness? In this companion to his highly-anticipated new book, Life Is ___, New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Judah Smith takes readers on a forty-day devotional journey through Scripture to find the answers to these and others of our deepest questions. In forty daily readings, Judah helps readers understand that the meaning of life is found in loving and being loved, in enjoying God to the fullest, in trusting Him in every moment, and remaining at peace with God, others, and ourselves. This thought-provoking and inspiring collection of meditations is sure to reveal new and illuminating truths about what God intends for every person's life.

About the Author

Judah Smith is the lead pastor of the City of Church in Seattle, Washington. The City Church is a thriving multisite church noted for its cultural relevance, commitment to biblical integrity and faith, and love for Jesus. Judah is known round the United States and the world for his preaching ministry. His fresh, anointed, humorous messages demystify the Bible and make Christianity real. Judah is also the author of his most recent New York Times bestselling book,Jesus Is _____.


My Review:
This is the second book by Judah Smith that I have read, the first one was "Jesus is for You." I like Judah Smith's writing style but more or less I love the little stories he shares within his writing.

This devotional book is a very easy and quick read and as a reader I felt like I was getting to know Judah the author just as much as I was relating his stories to my own life and the Bible.

I enjoy when authors can share stories about them selves but then turn each story into a life lesson that is relate able to a biblical story.  Each daily read does start of with a suggested Bible scriptures to read and questions to help you dig deeper and connect more with God.  


This book would be a great book to pass on to new people in their faith or those people who struggle with making a routine of Jesus time.   The daily reads truly are short enough that you could have this book stashed in the bathroom as well as they range about 3-4 pages. 

Thank you BookLook program for sending me this book for free in exchange for an honest review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions expressed are 100% mine.  

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