"What Your Heart Needs for the Hard Days," by Holley Gerth

"What Your Heart Needs for the Hard Days," by Holley Gerth
We all have days that make us want to pull the covers back over our heads and eat a dozen cupcakes.

Thankfully, Jesus said we don't "live on bread alone"--that includes cupcakes--"but on every word that comes from the mouth of God" (Matt. 4:4). What we really need is truth.

If you're tired, discouraged, or feel a little empty inside, my prayer is that by the end of our time together, you'll be refreshed and nourished in a way that will sustain you through whatever the future may hold.

Remember, you're not alone, my friend.

In this uplifting book, Holley Gerth invites you to be filled with the strength, peace, and joy that come from God's promises. Each of the 52 devotions based on the Psalms will help you remember that God is good and we're all in this together. 

This is a cute looking book is it not?  It's such a fun and happy looking book it makes you want to pick it up. This book is not one you read from front to back all in one day..............it could be done it's not that long.  It's a book you want to pick up read a chapter or two and digest what has been written.  It's a food for thought book, it makes you think.

There is something for everyone in this book.  It's full of inspiration and joy not just for when you are having a hard day, but when you need a few words to get you going on a slow start to the day.

I especially enjoyed chapter 3, "God is Thinking about You Today."

God will never forget the needy; the hope of the afflicted will never perish ~ Psalm 9:18

Stars out of 5: 5 This is a book to keep forever.  It would make a lovely gift also.  It is well worth buying or borrowing from your library.

"Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.

Available at your favourite booksel
ler from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group".


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