Book Review "Jesus Calling"

Book Description

Before you charge into the busy day, take a few minutes to equip yourself. Jesus Calling®: 50 Devotions for Busy Days brings the warmth and insight that more than 25 million people enjoyed through Jesus Calling® and curates these devotions specifically to prepare you to handle busy days by setting aside your worries and enjoying God's peace.

Jesus Calling®: 50 Devotions for Busy Days features 50 topical readings from Jesus Calling® combined with relevant Scripture verses on the topics of peace, calm, and perspective.

This book is part of a three-book series for teens, each focusing on a felt need. The other two books in the series focus on themes of thankfulness and growing in faith. These books are great for an individual study and make a great set for gift giving.

Readers around the world already love how Sarah's words help them connect with Jesus. Now the new Jesus Calling® topical devotionals offer a way to focus even more deeply on the major felt needs in your life . . . and the lives of your friends, family, church, school, and friends.

My Review
I love how fast and easy this devotional is but even with how quickly you can read it there is always a good lesson to think and apply to your life.   For busy teens, this might be a great go-to for them to still get some word fo God in their busy lives and make it a priority.   I like that this devotional is small... I mean compare it to their phone and its pretty close in the same size.   Having anyone dig into this book and apply the lessons will help your walk with God.  

I have reviewed more of Sarah Young's work and I continue to enjoy her work!   This book is great for any tween or teen or even busy mom or dad!  

No matter how busy we may be we can always find enough time to spend with God and that is the biggest discussion I had with my daughter when we read this one!  

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