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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2012
In this book you will find words to encourage you, to make you smile, and that will make you think. Each week is a new inspirational poem with corresponding scripture. Also included is a topical index. You pick the subject and the topical index will tell you which devotion to turn to.
GodsGirlPAAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5A great way to start your day.November 22, 2012GodsGirlPAAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5By Cynthia J. Smith -
These poems are an inspiration to everyone! What a great way to start a week, by first remembering a greater power. It makes all we face so much easier.
Coffee with Jesus by Lucinda Berry Hill is a great book to read and have at hand. Consisting of 52 poems intended to be read one per week, with brief concomitant Scripture readings, I found Ms Hill's poems to be simple in nature but highly inspirational, well-written and laid out in very readable format. Speaking directly to the heart, for me the top poems were (1) God's Emergency Kit, (2) Home to Stay, (3) Do it, (4) A Leaf is a Leaf is a Leaf, and (5) Answering the Call. I highly recommend this book for daily or weekly devotional reading.
I started reading Lucinda's poems through emails and loved them. Each week she'd share a new one and it would touch my heart. I loved the way she put a passage of Scripture with each poem and the insights she shared about those certain verses. When she decided to make a book out of her poems, I was very excited for her. God has given her a gift at expressing thoughts that encourage, inspire, and challenge one's spirit. I think everyone should have the joy of reading this book.
Melba Gobble Worley wrote:
I got my book, and I LOVE IT ! It is such an inspiring book, and it has been a comfort to me in my devotions each morning. I read the same one each morning for a week, that way it lasts the entire year; however, doing the same one each morning gives me time to really reflect on it and take it in. That may not be how some use it, but I think since there is devotions for each week - it was only feasible for me to concentrate on one devotion each day of the week for 7 days, then move on to the next one. You are truly blessed by God to have written this book, and I believe it will surely enrich many lives.