Sarah Young has once again given us heart compelling words to challenge us daily to dig deeper into His Word. The devotional, “Jesus Lives”, published by Thomas Nelson Publishing Company, is written with a Voice that speaks to our hearts with reflective scriptures to ponder daily.
The style of writing speaks to me, as if He alone had penned them for my day. I believe that as she has written these daily devotions, her heart was minute by minute in tune with His–for our lives. With entries entitled “Abiding in Him, Brokenness, His Faithfulness, Freedom in Him, Renewing Your Mind, Trials, Trust Wisdom and Worship”, just to name a few, it is clearly the best gift to give someone. Recently, I specifically chose this book to send to a friend to share the blessings and Scripture tucked inside.
Your heart will be blessed by this book. The tender love from our Father to each of us is felt with each word. Sarah Young is also the author of, “Jesus Calling” and “Dear Jesus, Seeking His Light in Your Life”.
Blessings on your week!
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6 thoughts on “Jesus Lives~by Sarah Young (Book Review)”
Jesus Calling is awesome so I'm sure Jesus Lives is too. I love that she writes as if the LORD is speaking directly to my heart rather than writing as a traditional Bible Study devotional.
Hugs and blessings!
Love Jesus Calling. I will ck out this book. b
Sounds like a wonderful book…I don't usually read fiction, but I think I will give this one a try. Thanks…looking forward to what God is doing in you. Love the new site. I have posted the button on my blog and Sue and I are already planning on coming.
Gotta love her books. When I pen His voice in my quiet time, I hear His sweet voice and it often sounds similar to the One she hears.
Miss you, Angie… Counting the days until we laugh and cry and pray again.