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A beauty treatment for the heart.
December 13, 2014
Age: Over 65
Saturday, December 13, 2014
How God Grows a Woman of Wisdom: A Devotional by Anita Higman & Marian Leslie, 2014
The price of wisdom is beyond rubies.
Anita Higman and Marian Leslie have joined their writings to bring a devotional with this defining Introduction:
Its easy to dismiss wisdom as an antiquated biblical term.
It sounds so foreign to the modern mind-set, maybe a little
lofty, and almost unattainable. But to God its a spiritually
discerning way of living that never goes out of style.
Its as vital as air is to our lungs.
Wisdom isnt about someones IQ or how many degrees
one has. Wisdom is the perceptive and godly judgment that
keeps a woman on track. Keeps her moving forward in grace,
beauty, and love. A woman of wisdom is a woman of prayer,
faith, and strengtha woman everyone admires.
Where can we get such a beauty treatment for the heart?
Since God is the Father who loves to give good gifts to His
children, all you have to do is ask. . . .
A beauty treatment for the heart.
How God Grows a Woman of Wisdom is the first release in a brand-new devotional series designed to enhance your spiritual journey. Featuring two hundredplus devotional readings complemented by scripture selections and prayers, this lovely collection offers a powerful blend of inspiration, encouragement, and motivation for every area of your life. Touching on topics like beauty, blessings, conversation, joy, patience, prayer, relationships, work, and more, you will find yourself drawn ever closer to your heavenly Father as you meditate on each reading and open your heart and mind to Gods Word.
A Scripture, devotional, and prayer ~*sweetness for the soul*~. The last three, entitled "God Does Not Reside in a Box, Psalm 47:2; The Wear and Tear of Daily Life, Proverbs 3:5-6; and Stuck in the Past, John 8:31-32, are descriptive of our need to allow Him to change our hearts. There is a Scripture Index in the back, and to read where you are studying in the Bible.
Write in it; make it yours. Highlight and make notes in the margin, dating it. When you re-read the devotions you will be amazed to see how God has changed your perspective as you make a comment this time, and... bring a smile of remembrance.
I like the clarity and introspection these devotions bring, woman-to-woman. How dear are our experiences together as we read and reflect on all God is and has already done for us. Pearls of wisdom at just the right moment!
Excerpt ~ God Is Doing Something New
See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?
I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.
So much of life depends on the flow of thirst-quenching water. Creeks, streams, and rivers draw people to congregate and build towns around them and to plant crops that grow into fields of harvest. On the other hand, to experience a dearth of water across the land can be devastating. It can make a verdant valley inhospitable. It can make what seems like a promise perilous.
Imagine that desert, dry and barrenwith no hope of even a cactus flower to bloomsuddenly coming to life with bubbling pools of pure water. That is what God promises us. He is doing something new in our lives. He is making a path through what feels impassable, and He will command a stream to flow through the wilderness of our pasts, places where we had only known the wasteland of sin and a landscape of despair.
So, believe in what God can do. Have faith, and bring your empty buckets to the stream. Lift the dipper to your parched lips, and taste the water that is sweet and new and refreshing.
Father, thank You for Your provision, hope, and joy. Without You, life is dry and hostile. Come into my life and quench my thirst. You are the only one who can fulfill me. Amen. AH
From How God Grows a Woman of Wisdom, published by Barbour Publishing, Inc. Used by permission.
***Thank you to author Anita Higman for sending me a copy of the devotional How God Grows a Woman of Wisdom, co-written with Marian Leslie. This review was written in my own words. No other compensation was received.***
Review: How God Grows a Woman of Wisdom is the first release in a brand-new devotional series. It is a simple, easy to read devotional book with over 200 devotions included. While the size of the book would prevent you from calling it a "pocket book", it definitely is one that you could take with you to read along your daily journey. Each devotional is short enough that it can be read in just 3-5 minutes. The other aspect that I like about the book is that the devotionals are not tied to a specific date. So, you can just open the book and start reading.
"How God Grows a Woman of Wisdom" would make an excellent gift book for a mature Christian and also a new believer. (rev. P.Howard, Pastor's Wife)
DISCLOSURE: A complimentary copy was provided by the author in exchange for our honest review. Opinions expressed are solely those of the reviewer. No compensation was received for this review.
I really loved this beautiful devotional book. It has a total of 200-plus pages in it. Both Anita Higman and Marian Leslie has penned a powerful book for us to take and apply to our everyday life. It has topics that we deal with in our lives like, blessings, joy, conversation, prayer, relationship and many more. I know that I an nothing without My Heavenly Father, who is the only one who can fulfill me. There is one devotional about being satisfied with what we have, are we ever satisfied? Where can we get this Wisdom for a Woman, Well since God is The Father we ask Our Father whom is always there for us. You will find yourself drawn to our Heavenly Father as we read and mediate on these reading devotions.
I was given a copy of this book for my honest review and this is it.