Our God has many names that show different aspects of His character. As we learn about each name we learn to trust Him more, and ultimately love Him more and become closer to Him. As an adult I love learning about the names of God.
I love the idea of teaching the names of God to my children. Before I got this devotional I received a free printable in my email that had some of the names of God, the meanings and verses to learn along with them, and started that with my children. They enjoyed that so much I decided to get the devotional to go along with it. I love the way this devotional is on the level of my children, and it helps them understand it. It starts out with a Bible verse, then has a little devotional about each name and the application of it. Then it ends with a little prayer to emphasize the application and has a set of discussion questions sometimes with a little extra study in another Bible passage. My kids love it too! They have learned a lot through this particular devotional. Definitely a great devotional for your kids!
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Do you need a new devotional or Bible Study? How about a new journal? Or maybe just some highlighters, pens or inspirational mugs? Well, the Daily Grace Co. has you covered. They have everything for your Bible Study needs as well as beautiful inspirational prints and mugs. I have fallen in love with the various Bible Studies and devotionals. I want them all! I have been so encouraged and learned so much through the studies I’ve done so far, and I know you will be too!
The Daily Grace Co. was founded by Kristin Schmucker (learn more about Kristin here) I went to the same college as Kristin, and I learned about her company through one of our mom’s groups on Facebook. I love supporting other moms in their businesses, and I highly encourage you to check out the shop! Their company motto is “Equipping Women in the Word,” and they do just that! Each devotional is beautifully written and has beautiful artwork! Currently I’m reading through the Bible and using their “Story of Redemption Vol. 1” Bible Study. I love it because for me, it helps if I have a small devotional to help me get the most from what I’m reading in the Bible. Personally, these have quickly become my favorite devotionals, and I plan on getting more as soon as I’m through the one I’m working on now! I’ve also done the “Daughters of Grace” devotional. You can learn something beneficial from each woman in that devotional. It shows that they were women just like us, and God used them in a special way. Women suchas Sarah, Hagar, Leah, Rachel, just to name a few.
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Spring is a time where things come back to life, and new life is just beginning. This rhyming devotional for children shows the Really Woolly characters learning not only about spring, but about the Easter story. Your kids will love it!
I love getting new devotionals for my kids. I love to teach my kids about God and His love for us. These rhyming devotionals are especially nice for smaller children. The illustrations in this book were beautiful and perfectly suited for your kids. Each devotional starts with a Bible verse, then is written in a cute rhyming fashion. At the end is a prayer starter for you and your kids as you pray together. I am going to give mine to my kids on Easter, but I know they’re going to love it! Be sure to grab your copy today (available February 21)!
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Today I just wanted to share with you something I learned in my devotions. I’m currently reading Daughters of Grace by Kristin Schmucker of the Daily Grace Co. I’m loving it, as I am learning about women in the Bible who were just like us, they had their faults, yet God used them in many different ways.
Today I learned about some women I don’t believe I’ve ever heard about (or if I have it’s been a while). We find a group of women in Exodus 1, the Hebrew Midwives. These women were told by Pharaoh to kill any baby boys born to the Jewish women. Instead of listening to Pharaoh, these women obeyed God and chose to save all the baby boys. God rewarded these women for their trust in Him and gave them families of their own. Because of their bravery they helped save the nation. I want to be a woman who would rather please God than others.
This really spoke to me, especially since it’s not a story you hear often. It challenged me, because sometimes I worry too much about pleasing others and wanting others to like me. I should be more concerned about pleasing God, He’s who really matters! I know I’m probably not the only one out there as a Christian woman, who finds herself longing to please others, or just wanting to be liked by everyone. I hope this story touches you as much as it touched me. Go read it for yourself.
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There are sixty-six devotionals in this book that take you on a journey through the different events and day-to-day life of Jesus Christ. First Gire lays out the Scripture, then he lays out a meditation on that Scripture, and finally he ends each one with a prayer. It is designed to help you develop a more intimate relationship with your Savior.
I had read one of Ken Gire’s books before, and loved it, which is why I wanted to read this one. Gire has a way of describing events in the life of Christ that will make you feel like you are right there with Him and His disciples watching it all unfold. I just love it! I mean you read the Bible, and you may understand it, but there’s still that distance. It’s really wonderful to be able to get into the story and see it through the eyes of thoses involved. My favorite by far was the birth of Christ. You read about the birth of Christ in the Bible and you may think (as a woman), “Man I can’t imagine giving birth in a stable.” Well Gire describes it very well. Mary laboring on a donkey while Joseph is trying to find somewhere for them to stay and for her to give birth. Him trying to figure out what to use as a crib, and bedding. Mary having contractions, and finally giving birth. I won’t spoil it all for you, but it was amazing, it really gave me a brand new perspective. Highly, highly recommend this devotional!
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This 366 day devotional book comes from Moore’s Personal Reflection Series on David, Jesus, John, and Paul. It’s designed to draw the Christian closer to God by studying a different aspect of these lives of devotion to God.
I have been reading this devotional for about a month now, and I can say I love it. I can’t wait to continue through it for the rest of the year. It is laid out like many devotionals I’ve read, but I love the lessons learned each day through a peak into the lives of these great Christian men. I have learned a lot of new things through my study so far, and look forward to what else I’ll learn in the days and weeks ahead. The book itself is beautiful, the cover is imitation leather, and is complete with a built in bookmark. If you are looking for a great devotional to give someone, this would make a great gift.
**I received this devotional free from the publisher (B&H Publishing Group) for review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.