God’s Word Is an Anchor in Life’s Storms These 125 heartfelt devotional readings will challenge you to dive deep into God’s Word to find the strength and peace you need amid the storms of life. Your Father God is ever-present, even in the deepest valleys, and His hope is available to those who seek it. This book will encourage and inspire through any circumstance when you allow your heart to be transformed as you apply God’s truth in real-life situations. As you consider questions for further thought, you’ll be drawn deeper into the heart of God. This lovely book is perfect for personal use or as a heartfelt gift for a friend going through hard times.
About Julie Rayburn Julie Rayburn is a Christian author and speaker who is passionate about encouraging others to apply Biblical truth to everyday life. Be Still and Know…365 Days of Hope & Encouragement for Women is in its second printing. This devotional is based on a journal her mother kept the last year of her life. These spiritual insights focus on living an abundant life regardless of one’s circumstances. Julie has also co-authored six other devotional books. She has been a Teaching Director and Area Director for Community Bible Study (CBS). Currently she and her husband are short-term missionaries to Nepal with CBS. Julie serves on the board of Grace Valley Ministries. She and her husband, Scott, reside in the Atlanta area and have 2 grown children and 3 grandchildren. Julie also loves gardening, golf and jogging.
My Rating: 3 Stars!
Peace in the Storms of Life is a nice devotional for those times in a believer’s life when they feel overwhelmed by all that is going on around them. We can always take heart on the Scriptures and Rayburn adds her own wisdom to the verses that will encourage the reader.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing. I was not required to leave a review and the opinion expressed here is entirely my own.
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