Living A Mighty Faith


Isn't that what we all want?

To live a mighty faith before a mighty God. I seriously enjoy this devotional as it prompts us to a mightier faith. It starts with a verse, then the devotional, and ends with a prayer prompt (which for those who are new to praying, this can be a simple prayer to aid in getting in the habit of praying.

For example today's verse (4/29) is John 6:28
  "Then they said to Him what shall we do, that we may work the works of God?" 

I love that today's devotional reminds me that nothing I do can get me salvation. Salvation is a GIFT from God, perfect in its own and it cannot be bought or earned. That I can rest in that my mistakes do not disqualify me from salvation. That I have a Jesus that understands me and forgives me.

And today's devotional ends with a simple prayer: 
Lord, I just keep falling short. Thank You for bringing me to You through Your Spirit and faith, rather than based on my perfection. That's the only way I could ever know You! Amen.

I have enjoyed this devotional about as much, if not more than my Jesus Calling Journaling Devotional. It is a dated devotional with a marker ribbon so that you never lose your place.
It's also hardback, which I love. I like hardback books SO much better than paperback, as they hold up over time and use much longer.




{FYI: I received this book from the publisher through the BookLookBlogger program in exchange for my HONEST opinion of it.}

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