The introduction says that this book was written with the prayer “that as you read, you will see and understand God’s wonderful plan for you, a plan designed to reveal your incredible worth and beauty. In seeking, you will find more treasure than you ever imagined.” I found that prayer to be something that was clearly evidenced in the readings. Each day includes a verse at the beginning, a different verse at the end, a short devotional, and a prayer that you can make your own. They are each easy to read, and make it easy to come away with a little nugget to consider throughout the day. It only takes a few minutes each day to complete, and is great for women who are busy or don’t feel like they have enough time to do an in-depth study on a daily basis.
I really appreciated how many versions of the Bible were used in this devotional – not just the ones that are more familiar (NIV, KJV, NKJV, ESV, NASB), but a few that may be less familiar too (God’s Word, NCV, ICB, NLV). Devotionals tend to stick with the tried and true versions that are commonly used across the board. It was great that this one used versions that people may not have in their houses or see very often, because it really helps you to consider Scriptures in a different way when you see verses you might “know” in words that are different from what you’re used to.
I received a free copy of this book from the publisher, in exchange for my honest review. I was in no way required to write anything positive – all thoughts and opinions expressed here are completely my own.