A Woman After God’s Own Heart–A Daily Devotional

Elizabeth draws on wisdom from her bestselling books (more than 4 million sold) and popular “Woman After God’s Own Heart” radio spots and podcasts to provide 365 dynamic devotions in a beautiful, pocket-size, padded cover format. With insight and “I’ve been there too” openness, Elizabeth shares practical ideas to help busy women get the most out of life. They’re encouraged to…

jumpstart their day through God’s Word and prayer trust the Lord in every circumstance enjoy a daily harvest of the fruit of the Spirit experience the joy of serving God and others make every day count by setting and meeting goals love their families and model Christlikeness use their influence to motivate others

As readers focus on God’s truth and power, they’ll be uplifted and energized. Every woman needs to know God loves them, provides for them, and is always available to them!

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3 Comments

  1. Okay for something short and sweet This book is not exactly what I expected. I was looking for a daily devotional that was a little more in depth than just a small blurb on a 4×6 page. There isn’t bible verses to read each day, just more like a “thought of the day” for religious people. All in all ok for what it is, but not for what I expected. I’m not a fan of these types of books as they don’t really get you into your bible at all or challenge you to apply the scripture to your life.

  2. simple devtional The devotional is okey but honestly it is not as indepth as I would have hoped. We live in a tough world and just a pat on the heart doe not change hearts. I had just hoped for a little more of a challenge from a devotion book.

  3. Daily Devotional I enjoy reading Elizabeth’s daily inspirations; she touches on matters of the heart, family, marriage, spiritual growth, and encouraging words for your daily thought and application.I recommend this devotional book.

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