What unique devotional!
First off, I have to say how cool the cover is. It is firm and glossy, and it folds out flat. I love this. It can be bothersome, especially with a book this small, when the pages keep flipping closed because of the binding being tight. This stays open to whatever page you’re reading. It fans out nicely, making it easier to read.
The pages are thin and feel like Bible pages, and with the unique layout, you hold the book vertically to read it, rather than the traditional horizontal way.
Now, on to the meat of the book.
Each devotion begins with a verse (NLV, NIV, NASB, NKJV, KJV, and more.) It contains a table of contents, an introduction, and a short section on how to use the book, then proceeds to a devotion for every day of the year. (The devotions aren’t dated—which I like.)
The main objective of this book is to help guide the reader through tough times in life—broken hearts, loss, and other hurts. It’s an honest and lifting compilation of stories, reflections, meditations, and prayers.
The book is approximately 3” x 5”, about ½” thick, and easily fits into a pocket. Makes a unique and timely gift for someone experiencing loss or difficulties in life. I give 4 stars, rather than 5, because the writing is small and may be difficult for older readers to see.
Cover: Love it
Title: Love it
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers