Each devotional is just a few Kindle pages long. (It takes probably 2-4 minutes to read each day.) And each day's reading is followed by a suggested Scripture reading. For example, today's (October 26) study was on "justification." It began with this quote:
"God justifies the ungodly. This means there really is hope for people like us."What a great way to start the morning! Especially when dealing with 2 small children! I often feel "unworthy" when I lose my cool with my kids or become frustrated. Today's reading was all about how Mr. Tripp often feels the same. For example, he says,
"I wish I could say that all my responses to the people in my life are motivated by love for God and for them, but they're not."Bam! Exactly! He ends the reading with:
"So I am so very thankful that justifying grace ensures that I will forever be accepted as one of his righteous ones, even though I still don't measure up. Yes, today I have reason again to be thankful for justifying grace."This devotional is a great little reading for each morning.
I received a copy of this e-book, free of charge, from Beyond The Page, in exchange for my honest review.