Reading books: 100 Days to Brave Devotion

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So my reading skills haven’t been the the best this year but at least I am reading. I’m happy I’m at least up to 9/25 

To help me get a little focused… I decided to go thru a daily devotion. I was watching a friend’s posts (instagram or facebook) that seem to provide a good little amount of encouragement to get through the daily grind of the day. So I decided to inquire about the messages and located this book:

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So the book starts off really well. Acknowledges people are going to be in different places and that the book is not going to provide all the answers. I like this. I didn’t need someone to solve my problems. I just needed a little focus at looking in the biblical text and connecting with God. Also, the daily chapters are short, usually with 1-2 biblical verses and 1 take away or action you can do.

However, as the book progresses, stuff gets very cliché. The chapters starts to lay out things in a very organized manner that starts to sound more like the formula that the author didn’t want to provide in the beginning.

So while it is a helpful concise book, it is not everything I had hoped. Still useful-just not super amazing.

Recommended? — Eh, sure, why not. Average.

2 thoughts on “Reading books: 100 Days to Brave Devotion

    ProsperityAndCalamities said:
    July 23, 2019 at 15:16

    I have found that to be the case with a lot of devotional books – they start off good then almost start repeating the same things or just become way “easier” without much real thought. And some are just too cheesy or basic from the beginning. That’s my experience at least!

      saraannrichter responded:
      July 23, 2019 at 18:35

      I agree. The deeper stuff requires a bible study or a degree lol

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