Saturday, January 12, 2013

"Unglued Devotional" Book Review

Unglued Devotional by Lysa Terkeurst

Have you ever felt unglued? It’s pretty much an occupational hazard of humanity. In fact, it’s one human condition I’ve felt a lot lately. So, when BookSneeze provided me with the opportunity to review Lysa Terkeurst’s Unglued Devotional (I received a free copy from the publisher in exchange for my honest review), I jumped at the chance.

The author begins her book with “A Personal Word for You,” a short letter directed at the reader inviting them into the 60 day journey of what is tagged “imperfect progress.” Lysa Terkeurst’s honesty about her own “imperfect progress” & her own frank struggles is refreshing to my own unglued self.

The paperback book is in traditional devotional form – it starts with scripture, then a “Thought for the Day,” an approximately 2 & a half page reading, & then a short prayer… perfect for a daily devotional or quiet time reading. Some of the daily devotional titles include: “I Don’t Think You’re Wacky,” “The Scribbled Truth That Changed My Life,” & “Pizza Man Grace.” This easy to read, honest (have I mentioned that already=), devotional geared toward women (young & old) is a daily fresh coating of glue, reminding you of God’s perfection even in our “imperfection,” for when life gets sticky... & don't we know it does!

Bookish Love,

*I received this book from the publisher for free (through the BookSneeze program) in exchange for my honest review.

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