From the Back Cover
Good Morning, Lord: I Don’t Know Where You’re Going Today But I’m Going with You will jumpstart your day with a God-sized adventure. You’ll discover a journey filled with truth, tears, and laughter – a journey so rich that no matter where He leads, you’re sure to follow.
I really enjoyed this devotional book. I, generally, find these types of devotional fluffy, nice stories but not real depth to them. The author does a great job of giving a relevant, impacting story that she then ties into your personal life. Sheila begins each statement with a simple phrase, “Good morning, Lord!” She follows it with a statement of faith and determination that always starts with, “Today I will…” what follows will encourage and challenge you. She drives home these God truths in the story that will challenges the reader. But she doesn’t stop with a story. She follows the story with questions about times you may have faced a similar situation or how you can apply these Biblical truths to your personal life. There is a place to write answers to these often hard questions she asks. She provides a short, but meaningful prayer of commitment and then finishes each devotion with a scripture passage to reinforce the application.
I would like to thank Thomas Nelson for providing this book.
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|Good Morning, Lord: I Don’t Know Where You’re Going Today But I’m Going with You
By Sheila Walsh / J Countryman
Whether you’re facing everyday frustrations or long-term struggles with fear, insecurity, or a painful past, Walsh takes you by the hand and helps you build an unbridled trust in the One who gives hope, healing, peace, and redemption. Each of her daily devotions includes a real-life meditation, thought-provoking questions, and journaling space. 224 pages, hardcover from Nelson.