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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2012
In 25,000 Mornings, the award-winning author of Keepers of the Testimony and Smooth Stones & Promises serves up daily portions of ancient wisdom.
In her first devotional, Fay Rowe writes for both the young and young-at-heart on varied subjects such as:
&bull Starting Out and Starting Over
&bull Believing Words
&bull Resting on the Rock
&bull Talking to God
&bull Never Giving Up
&bull Being Yourself and Living with People
&bull Clocks and Calendars
In 25,000 Mornings, Rowe writes with penetrating clarity and spiritual perceptiveness, and yet with a hint of playfulness that engages the reader.
—Reverend Peter A Black, author of Parables from the Pond
Author Fay Rowe offers readers another compelling book packed with wisdom. Wrapped in warm humor, 25,000 Mornings draws us step-by-step closer to God and leaves us feeling well prepared to face the day.
—Donna Fawcett, award-winning author of the Donna Dawson novels
Fay continues to delight with honesty and humor. As she openly shares about when she has had to refocus her thoughts on the heart of the Father, she gently stirs the reader to do likewise.
—Mary Haskett, award-winning author of Reverend Mother's Daughter
tammycookblogsbooks4 Stars Out Of 525,000 MorningsAugust 7, 2015tammycookblogsbooksQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0The author, Fay Rowe, heard on television that we have only 25,000 mornings in our lives, She wrote this book of devotions as a way to have God be a part of those mornings. She feels, as do I, that we often miss what God has given us to enjoy. This book of devotions can help us focus on this very thing. I received a free copy of this book from BookLook in exchange for my honest review.
I think Rowe offers simple explanations of the Bible and how to be a Christian. There was nothing over my head. I do not see someone who is not a Christian getting slammed with Christianese. Rowe makes the devotions understandable and enjoyable to read.
I like that there are no dates or days of the week for each devotional. One could just pick a devotion that interests them. Each devotional is easy and quick to read. They relate to events in Rowes life, with God working through it all. She shares her thoughts on various subjects. Uplifting Bible verses are offered with each devotional. Rowe shows the hope of eternal life that God had given mankind.
I think that reading 25,000 Mornings will inspire you to want to grow a little closer to God with each reading. I feel Rowes goal is that the reader will enjoy each simple story and be uplifted. I would recommend this devotional to anyone seeking to start their day by learning about God and His love for all.