Jesus Calling: Enjoying Peace in His Presence

Jesus Calling: Enjoying Peace in His Presence

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After many years of writing her own words in her prayer journal, missionary Sarah Young decided to be more attentive to the Savior's voice and begin listening for what He was saying. So with pen in hand, she embarked on a journey that forever changed her—and many others around the world. 

In these powerful pages are the words and Scriptures Jesus

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After many years of writing her own words in her prayer journal, missionary Sarah Young decided to be more attentive to the Savior's voice and begin listening for what He was saying. So with pen in hand, she embarked on a journey that forever changed her—and many others around the world. 

In these powerful pages are the words and Scriptures Jesus lovingly laid on her heart. Words of reassurance, comfort, and hope.  Words that have made her increasingly aware of His presence and allowed her to enjoy His peace. 

Jesus is calling out to you in the same way. Maybe you share the author’s need for a great sense of “God with you”. Or perhaps Jesus seems distant without you knowing why. Or maybe you have wandered farther from Him that you ever imagined you would. Here is a year’s worth of daily readings from Young’s journals to bring you closer to Christ and move your time with Him from monologue to a dialogue. 

Each day is written as if Jesus Himself were speaking to you. Because He is. Do you hear Him calling?

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Jesus Calling

Enjoying Peace in His Presence
By Sarah Young

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Copyright © 2004 Sarah Young All right reserved.
ISBN: 978-1-59145-188-4

Chapter One


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"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." Jeremiah 29:11

January 1

Come to Me with a teachable spirit, eager to be changed. A close walk with Me is a life of continual newness. Do not cling to old ways as you step into a new year. Instead, seek My Face with an open mind, knowing that your journey with Me involves being transformed by the renewing of your mind. As you focus your thoughts on Me, be aware that I am fully attentive to you. I see you with a steady eye, because My attention span is infinite. I know and understand you completely; My thoughts embrace you in everlasting Love. I also know the plans I have for you: plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Give yourself fully to this adventure of increasing attentiveness to My Presence.

Romans 12:2; Jeremiah 29:11

January 2

Relax in My healing Presence. As you spend time with Me, your thoughts tend to jump ahead to today's plans and problems. Bring your mind back to Me for refreshment and renewal. Let the Light of My Presence soak into you, as you focus your thoughts on Me. Thus I equip you to face whatever the day brings. This sacrifice of time pleases Me and strengthens you. Do not skimp on our time together. Resist the clamor of tasks waiting to be done. You have chosen what is better, and it will not be taken away from you.

Psalm 105:4; Luke 10:39-42

January 3

Refresh yourself in the Peace of My Presence. This Peace can be your portion at all times and in all circumstances. Learn to hide in the secret of My Presence, even as you carry out your duties in the world. I am both with you and within you. I go before you to open up the way, and I also walk alongside you. There could never be another companion as devoted as I am.

Because I am your constant Companion, there should be a lightness to your step that is observable to others. Do not be weighed down with problems and unresolved issues, for I am your burden-bearer. In the world you have trials and distress, but don't let them get you down. I have conquered the world and deprived it of power to harm you. In Me you may have confident Peace.

Psalm 31:19-20 (NASB); John 16:33 (AMP)

January 4

I want you to learn a new habit. Try saying, "I trust You, Jesus" in response to whatever happens to you. If there is time, think about who I AM in all My Power and Glory; ponder also the depth and breadth of My Love for you.

This simple practice will help you see Me in every situation, acknowledging My sovereign control over the universe. When you view events from this perspective-through the Light of My universal Presence-fear loses its grip on you. Adverse circumstances become growth opportunities when you affirm your trust in Me no matter what. You receive blessings gratefully, realizing they flow directly from My hand of grace. Your continual assertion of trusting Me will strengthen our relationship and keep you close to Me.

Psalm 63:2; Isaiah 40:10-11; Psalm 139:7-10

January 5

You can achieve the victorious L I F E through living in deep dependence on Me. People usually associate victory with success: not falling or stumbling, not making mistakes. But those who are successful in their own strength tend to go their own way, forgetting about Me. It is through problems and failure, weakness and neediness that you learn to rely on Me.

True dependence is not simply asking Me to bless what you have decided to do. It is coming to Me with an open mind and heart, inviting Me to plant My desires within you. I may infuse within you a dream that seems far beyond your reach. You know that in yourself you cannot achieve such a goal. Thus begins your journey of profound reliance on Me. It is a faith-walk, taken one step at a time, leaning on Me as much as you need. This is not a path of continual success but of multiple failures. However, each failure is followed by a growth spurt, nourished by increased reliance on Me. Enjoy the blessedness of a victorious life, through deepening your dependence on Me.

Psalm 34:17-18; 2 Corinthians 5:7 (NKJV)

January 6

I am able to do far beyond all that you ask or imagine. Come to Me with positive expectations, knowing that there is no limit to what I can accomplish. Ask My Spirit to control your mind, so that you can think great thoughts of Me. Do not be discouraged by the fact that many of your prayers are yet unanswered. Time is a trainer, teaching you to wait upon Me, to trust Me in the dark. The more extreme your circumstances, the more likely you are to see My Power and Glory at work in the situation. Instead of letting difficulties draw you into worrying, try to view them as setting the scene for My glorious intervention. Keep your eyes and your mind wide open to all that I am doing in your life.

Ephesians 3:20-21; Romans 8:6; Isaiah 40:30-31 (NKJV); Revelation 5:13

January 7

It is impossible to praise or thank me too much. As it is written, I inhabit the praises of My people. Sometimes your adoration is a spontaneous overflow of Joy, in response to radiant beauty or rich blessings. At other times your praise is more disciplined and measured-an act of your will. I dwell equally in both types of praise. Thankfulness, also, is a royal road to draw near Me. A thankful heart has plenty of room for Me.

When you thank Me for the many pleasures I provide, you affirm that I am God, from whom all blessings flow. When adversity strikes and you thank Me anyway, your trust in My sovereignty is a showpiece in invisible realms. Fill up the spare moments of your life with praise and thanksgiving. This joyous discipline will help you live in the intimacy of My Presence.

Psalm 22:3 (KJV); Psalm 146:1-2; 1 Thessalonians 5:18

January 8

Softly I announce My Presence. Shimmering hues of radiance tap gently at your consciousness, seeking entrance. Though I have all Power in heaven and on earth, I am infinitely tender with you. The weaker you are, the more gently I approach you. Let your weakness be a door to My Presence. Whenever you feel inadequate, remember that I am your ever-present Help.

Hope in Me, and you will be protected from depression and self-pity. Hope is like a golden cord connecting you to heaven. The more you cling to this cord, the more I bear the weight of your burdens; thus, you are lightened. Heaviness is not of My kingdom. Cling to hope, and My rays of Light will reach you through the darkness.

Psalm 46:1; Romans 12:12; Romans 15:13

January 9

I am with you and for you. When you decide on a course of action that is in line with My will, nothing in heaven or on earth can stop you. You may encounter many obstacles as you move toward your goal, but don't be discouraged-never give up! With My help, you can overcome any obstacle. Do not expect an easy path as you journey hand in hand with Me, but do remember that I, your very-present Helper, am omnipotent.

Much, much stress results from your wanting to make things happen before their times have come. One of the main ways I assert My sovereignty is in the timing of events. If you want to stay close to Me and do things My way, ask Me to show you the path forward moment by moment. Instead of dashing headlong toward your goal, let Me set the pace. Slow down, and enjoy the journey in My Presence.

Romans 8:31; Psalm 46:1-3 (NKJV); Luke 1:37

January 10

Every time you affirm your trust in Me, you put a coin into My treasury. Thus you build up equity in preparation for days of trouble. I keep safely in My heart all trust invested in Me, with interest compounded continuously. The more you trust Me, the more I empower you to do so.

Practice trusting Me during quiet days, when nothing much seems to be happening. Then when storms come, your trust balance will be sufficient to see you through. Store up for yourself treasure in heaven, through placing your trust in Me. This practice will keep you in My Peace.

Psalm 56:3-4; Matthew 6:20-21

January 11

Trust Me by relinquishing control into My hands. Let go, and recognize that I am God. This is My world: I made it and I control it. Yours is a responsive part in the litany of Love. I search among My children for receptivity to Me. Guard well this gift that I have planted in your heart. Nurture it with the Light of My Presence.

When you bring Me prayer requests, lay out your concerns before Me. Speak to Me candidly; pour out your heart. Then thank Me for the answers that I have set into motion long before you can discern results. When your requests come to mind again, continue to thank Me for the answers that are on the way. If you keep on stating your concerns to Me, you will live in a state of tension. When you thank Me for how I am answering your prayers, your mind-set becomes much more positive. Thankful prayers keep your focus on My Presence and My promises.

Psalm 46:10 (AMP); Colossians 4:2; 2 Peter 1:3-4

January 12

Let Me prepare you for the day that stretches out before you. I know exactly what this day will contain, whereas you have only vague ideas about it. You would like to see a map, showing all the twists and turns of your journey. You'd feel more prepared if you could somehow visualize what is on the road ahead. However, there is a better way to be prepared for whatever you will encounter today: Spend quality time with Me.

I will not show you what is on the road ahead, but I will thoroughly equip you for the journey. My living Presence is your Companion each step of the way. Stay in continual communication with Me, whispering My Name whenever you need to redirect your thoughts. Thus, you can walk through this day with your focus on Me. My abiding Presence is the best road map available.

Exodus 33:14; John 15:4-7

January 13

Try to view each day as an adventure, carefully planned out by your Guide. Instead of staring into the day that is ahead of you, attempting to program it according to your will, be attentive to Me and to all I have prepared for you. Thank Me for this day of life, recognizing that it is a precious, unrepeatable gift. Trust that I am with you each moment, whether you sense My Presence or not. A thankful, trusting attitude helps you to see events in your life from My perspective.

A life lived close to Me will never be dull or predictable. Expect each day to contain surprises! Resist your tendency to search for the easiest route through the day. Be willing to follow wherever I lead. No matter how steep or treacherous the path before you, the safest place to be is by My side.

Psalm 118:24; 1 Peter 2:21

January 14

Let Me bless you with My grace and Peace. Open your heart and mind to receive all that I have for you. Do not be ashamed of your emptiness. Instead, view it as the optimal condition for being filled with My Peace.

It is easy to touch up your outward appearance, to look as if you have it all together. Your attempts to look good can fool most people. But I see straight through you, into the depths of your being. There is no place for pretense in your relationship with Me. Rejoice in the relief of being fully understood. Talk with Me about your struggles and feelings of inadequacy. Little by little, I will transform your weaknesses into strengths. Remember that your relationship with Me is saturated in grace. Therefore, nothing that you do or don't do can separate you from My Presence.

1 Samuel 16:7; Romans 8:38-39

January 15

My Face is shining upon you, beaming out Peace that transcends understanding. You are surrounded by a sea of problems, but you are face to Face with Me, your Peace. As long as you focus on Me, you are safe. If you gaze too long at the myriad problems around you, you will sink under the weight of your burdens. When you start to sink, simply call out "Help me, Jesus!" and I will lift you up.

The closer you live to Me, the safer you are. Circumstances around you are undulating, and there are treacherous-looking waves in the distance. Fix your eyes on Me, the One who never changes. By the time those waves reach you, they will have shrunk to proportions of My design. I am always beside you, helping you face today's waves. The future is a phantom, seeking to spook you. Laugh at the future! Stay close to Me.

Philippians 4:7; Matthew 14:30; Hebrews 12:2

January 16

Come to Me, and rest in My loving Presence. You know that this day will bring difficulties, and you are trying to think your way through those trials. As you anticipate what is ahead of you, you forget that I am with you-now and always. Rehearsing your troubles results in experiencing them many times, whereas you are meant to go through them only when they actually occur. Do not multiply your suffering in this way! Instead, come to Me, and relax in My Peace. I will strengthen you and prepare you for this day, transforming your fear into confident trust.

Matthew 11:28-30; Joshua 1:5, 9

January 17

Come to Me with a thankful heart, so that you can enjoy My Presence. This is the day that I have made. I want you to rejoice today, refusing to worry about tomorrow. Search for all that I have prepared for you, anticipating abundant blessings and accepting difficulties as they come. I can weave miracles into the most mundane day if you keep your focus on Me.

Come to Me with all your needs, knowing that My glorious riches are a more-than-adequate supply. Stay in continual communication with Me, so that you can live above your circumstances even while you are in the midst of them. Present your requests to Me with thanksgiving, and My Peace, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your heart and mind.

Psalm 118:24; Philippians 4:19, 6-7 (NASB)

January 18

I am leading you along the high road, but there are descents as well as ascents. In the distance you see snow-covered peaks glistening in brilliant sunlight. Your longing to reach those peaks is good, but you must not take shortcuts. Your assignment is to follow Me, allowing Me to direct your path. Let the heights beckon you onward, but stay close to Me.

Learn to trust Me when things go "wrong." Disruptions to your routine highlight your dependence on Me. Trusting acceptance of trials brings blessings that far outweigh them all. Walk hand in hand with Me through this day. I have lovingly planned every inch of the way. Trust does not falter when the path becomes rocky and steep. Breathe deep draughts of My Presence, and hold tightly to My hand. Together we can make it!

John 21:19; 2 Corinthians 4:17; Habakkuk 3:19

January 19

Seek My Face, and you will find more than you ever dreamed possible. Let Me displace worry at the center of your being. I am like a supersaturated cloud, showering Peace into the pool of your mind. My Nature is to bless. Your nature is to receive with thanksgiving. This is a true fit, designed before the foundation of the world. Glorify Me by receiving My blessings gratefully.

I am the goal of all your searching. When you seek Me, you find Me and are satisfied. When lesser goals capture your attention, I fade into the background of your life. I am still there, watching and waiting; but you function as if you were alone. Actually, My Light shines on every situation you will ever face. Live radiantly by expanding your focus to include Me in all your moments. Let nothing dampen your search for Me.

Psalm 27:8 (NKJV); Philippians 4:7 (MSG); Jeremiah 29:13


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Jesus Calling Devotional Bible, NKJV 4.5 out of 5 based on 3 ratings. 290 reviews.
jbrewer More than 1 year ago
I recently got the chance to review this bible and I love it. It is the NKJV. It has all the chapters of the bible like a regular bible. Then plus a index to subjects you want to read about or what your going through. Sarah Young the one who writes devotion books has over 200 devotion from her other books placed throughout this one as devotions in it too answer prayers from what we may be praying or going through and it answers it like what God might say to you. It highlights important bible verses on the side. I really like this bible and will use it as a devotion bible. It has so many wonderful ones throughout the whole book.This is a wonderful version for a devotion bible to have devotions from and learn new things:) I am glad to get too own a copy! I got this book free from booksneeze free for my honest review
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
From page one its touched my heart. It starts out with my favorite bible verse that alone to me is a sign from God that I was meant to read this book. I know that I've been feeling an emptiness that only God can fill and just reading the first days already makes me feel closer to him in a way that I haven't felt in a long time.
SharerLearnin2LuvAndDance More than 1 year ago
I am writing this review with aims: I hope that if the publishers read enough requests for an NCV rendition they will produce it if it feasible for them as a company. Below is my contribution to that end (smile). God bless! So, similar to the other reviewer, I value a bible integrated with devotionals that do not become the main draw in the bible. In other words, I prefer that my devotional bible contain devotionals that (1) send me back to scripture, (2) cause me to appreciate the scriptures freshly, and (3) instigate the integration of SCRIPTURE into my thoughts, attitudes, and behavior perhaps more broadly and deeply than otherwise would be happening. The devotionals in this bible are the type of devotionals that can do this (for me, at least). Amazing and astounding! I own many, many bibles, and I find the devotionals in the Jesus Calling Devotional Bible to usher me into contemplation, prayer, worship, and SCRIPTURE READING better than any bible I've owned or even read. That's just exciting and a real blessing! Thank you, Thomas Nelson, Sarah Young, and other contributors! I reflect on this every time I go to Barnes and Noble (which is pretty frequently) and read from the Jesus Calling Devotional Bible. So, this WOULD BE the bible for which I would be willing to trade most of my other devotional bibles except for one thing: it's in the the NKJV (New King James Version). Don't get me wrong: I grew up on the KJV, so the KJV is close to my heart and I therefore have nothing against the KJV or NKJV themselves. It's just that there is a bit of a disconnect between the style of the devotionals and the style of the NKJV. This seems to matter, because when I read a devotional in this bible, I get close and personal with the content of the Word and consequently with the Lord as I contemplate. Then, when I turn to read scripture about that content (because the devotional DOES inspire me to do so), it feels like I am engaging a literary act of parsing language . . . if that makes any sense. I feel the instinct to grab a Hebrew-Greek KJV Keyword bible or something to verify that I'm getting the right meaning. Maybe this would change over time as I re-acclimated to the KJV, but in the back of my mind I would always be wondering about comprehension issues that come with literal translations, and what I was possibly "misunderstanding" as a result. In summary, I find the devotional content of this bible to be "it" so to speak: These devotionals usher me into relationship and right back to scripture. Wow and yay! However, due to known comprehension issues with literalist translations and due to the fact that reading one of the devotionals and then reading relevant NKJV scriptures feel like two disparate types of actions . . . I will hope and wait for the NCV rendition.
middletree More than 1 year ago
If you're not familiar with Sarah Young's "Jesus Calling", I highly recommend it. It's a collection of many of her journal entries where she felt God was speaking directly to her. The words are presented to us in His voice, from His perspective, and contain wisdom which pertains to all of us. As part of their Booksneeze program, Thomas Nelson recently sent me a copy (free for review purposes) of their new "Jesus Calling" devotional bible.It's the New King James translation, and the "devotional" portion is quite extensive, and very well done. A friend saw it at my house the other day and called it a "bible plus", an appropriate description, if you ask me. A "devotional" bible can sound like a great idea, but result in something not so great. Bookstore shelves are full of devotional bibles which consist of the personal opinions of authors, or which seem to be a blatant attempt to capitalize on the popularity of some recent book, movie, or popular author. It appears that some were dreamed up by someone in the Marketing department rather than an attempt at truly benefiting the reader. ("The Toy Story 3 Devotional Bible": it's only a matter of time.) The "Jesus Calling" bible, however, does not fall into such traps. The "plus" part of this "bible plus" is very well done. It supplements the surrounding Scripture, rather than trying to drown it out. For example, at the end of Job, the devotional calls to mind Romans 8:28, reminding us that God will cause all things to work together for the good of those who love Him. How many bibles have the good sense tie Job with Romans 8:28? How many preachers do that? If you are in the market for a new bible, I recommend this one.
scubaJanet More than 1 year ago
This is an awesome daily devotional. Every day it seems to speak to exactly what I need. Bible verses are included with each section that back up what is written in the daily devotional. I have bought so many of these books to give away to friends because I have found it to be so good! Check it out, you won't be dissapointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this devotional. I'm not a "devotional" type of person, but I do love reading this little book. It reads just as if it were written to me personally!! I would encourage all to begin (or end) their day with spending a few minutes reading this wonderful book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hi! Oh, my goodness, I am SO excited to tell you about this new Bible I got from Booksneeze- but before I dive in, I need to say that I received this book for free from the Thomas Nelson publishing company in exchange for a legitimate review. So anything I say is completely and honestly my opinion. So, now, anyway, on with the show! The "Jesus Calling Devotional Bible- NKJV", edited by Sarah Young, is so amazing. It's a thick Bible- big enough to read with some good devotions in there, but not so huge that it sprains your back every time you pick it up. With prayers from everyday average Joes (and Janes) like us as well as several devotionals written by Sarah Young, this Bible is a very touching edition. The devos, written from the perspective of Jesus (it refers to Jesus as "I", "me", "myself", etc. and the reader as "you", "your", etc.) With the Thomas Nelson Bible Guarantee for Life, if you wear this Bible out (which I certainly hope you do! Everyone need Bible time!!) you're set up. I love the Bible, period. And the little extras set up in this edition sets this up for a solid five out of five stars.
PJtheEMT4 More than 1 year ago
Jesus Calling Devotional Bible, NKJV- Enjoying Peace in His Presence By Sarah Young, General Editor- is another new themed bible published by Thomas Nelson Publishers. This themed bible is a nice idea. The padded cover art is impressive. Devotions from the book "Jesus Calling" are dispersed within. The main thing that would have made this bible better is if it was offered in a more user friendly version such as the NCV which is also published by Thomas Nelson. Sarah Young's writings and devotions are very easy to read and understand in stark contrast to the more literal NKJV. Therefore I believe the easier to read NCV version would have been a better translation to pair up with Young's devotional style. I hold the same opinion for the Max Lucado themed bible which I feel should have been offered in the NCV version as well. In fact, I wrote a comment about this (on the booksneeze fb web site) and the feed back I received was that an abreviated version of the bible- simply a series of selected readings- not nearly the entire bible, was available as a devotional in the NCV version. But, why not have the NCV version available as an option for their themed bibles? In the Start Bible for New Believers I really feel it was a disservice not to offer that bible in NCV version either. I think the end result is that all these nice, attractive looking themed bibles will wind up taking bookspace on people shelves with only the devotionals being read but not the actual bible text. I Simply do not understand why Thomas Nelson publishers avoids publishing its themed bibles in the NCV version which they publish as well. As a blogger I have had the opportunity to review a number of bibles and bible translations. As a believer I read the bible because it is the word of God. A frequently used translation by Thomas Nelson publishers, the publisher I blog for, uses frequently for their themed bibles the NKJV- New King James Version. The NKJV as well as other more literal translations- such as the KJV, NASB, NRSV and ESV tend to be overly literal to the point of being difficult to understand. This is especially evident in the Psalms, and other old testament books as well as the letters in the New Testament. For example, a bible marketed for new belivers titled the "New Believers Bible- Start" ironically, is available in only the literal NKJV, rather than a more user friendly version such as the NCV. The NCV which also is available by the same publisher but under- marketed, would be more appropriate for a new believer or new bible reader. Furthermore, a Max Lucado themed devotional bible is also available in NKJV only and not the more modern yet reliable NCV- New Century Version. For those readers who enjoy Lucado's simple to understand books, the NKJV does a disservice- and a more user friendly version for this themed bible would be more appropriate. As a blogger for booksneeze I received this book for the purpose of writing this review at no cost.
granniep62 More than 1 year ago
I've found that each day I receive a personal message, sweetly and directly written seemingly just for me. It's available in hard cover and for a Nook. I've been able to stick with this day by day better than any other devotional. It's one I have no hesitation in recommending. Take the time to look it over!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Everyday I thank the sweet Lord Jesus of his unconditional love for me, still searching for the everyday peace that comes with it and so much more! I will charish these readings forever- ty! Love mom
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was recommended to me and, from the first page, has captured my heart and rejuvenated my daily prayer life. While my Bible is irreplaceable, this book has such inspiring and personal words that I can't help but feel Christ speaking directly to me with each turn of the page.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Highly recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thanku for these books love them .All about r Lord Jesus
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
63 years He has drawn me to Himself. Only since I finally believed that He really loved me completely, has His presence become so real, and the world become so temporary. Father is using this devotional everyday to speak to me about "right now". For this is where He meets us, in the present with His presence.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this devotional even though it's not on my Nook. If you can't find the in sale get it here. Well worth the investment.
CMorrison More than 1 year ago
This devotional bible couples the New King James Version Bible with over 200 of Sarah Youngs writings. It is filled with prayer and devotionals from, Sarah's early devotionals. This Bible includes an index to subjects you want to read about or what your going through. This devotional bible has a beautiful padded cover and the inside pages are beautifully decorated, but not overly so. The artwork really compliments the bible. If you are a fan of Sarah Young you will be very pleased with bible.
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This devotional keeps Jesus alive in my heart every single day ??
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MargoH More than 1 year ago
This is a good set of daily meditations - one for each day of the year.  Each mediation is 1 page and takes about 3 minutes to read.  Each is accompanied by Scripture texts that  are related to what the meditation suggests.  Each meditation is written in the first person, as if Jesus is speaking.  This is an interesting variation, but sometimes it seems presumptuous for the author to speak for Jesus.  Once in awhile I wonder whether Jesus Himself would have really said that. 
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