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Unglued, a review

I received a free copy of Unglued Devotional: 60 Days of Imperfect Progress by Lysa TerKeurst from Booksneeze in exchange for my honest opinions and review.

I almost didn’t order this book because I had a lot of previously conceived notions about devotionals in general.  Often times they seem to think for you, tell you how to pray, share stories of questionable authenticity, or just plain be written for old ladies.  I’d much rather read the Bible and think for myself.  (How very Methodist of me!)

So I was really surprised when I started reading UngluedIt’s refreshingly modern and very relevant. 

For the purposed of this review, I read ahead through the whole book in its entirety.  Now I’m going back and reading the sections one at a time.

I love how there’s a thought for each day.  I’m trying to keep that thought in my mind.  Here’s an example from today, Day 6:

“How we react is a crucial gauge of what’s really going on inside us.”  (p 26)

See what I mean?  Pretty cool, and not old-ladyish at all!

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