August 29, 2019

Called to Inspire - book review

I love the encouragement and inspiration that I receive from reading devotions, especially when they are interactive. This devotional includes prompts, questions, and declarations along with encouraging devotions that motivate me.

Called to Inspire is refreshing, with the one-page devotions offering a conversational quality and revealing wonderful things to set my thoughts on.

After each devotion there are two pages of creative space, which includes a short prayer, a verse of Scripture, a declaration, and an area for journaling. And the topics of the devotions are meaningful, relevant, and so inspiring! 

The pages are thick and don’t show bleed through (I use a gel pen) and the attached ribbon bookmark is a nice perk. And with fifty-two devotions in all, this sturdy hardback provides weekly encouragement for an entire year. A presentation page is included in the front of the book if you chose to give it as a gift.

Quotes from the book: 
The Bible is fascinating for many reasons, but the diversity of its characters makes it remarkable. Kings and queens, believers and doubters, Virgins and prostitutes, saints and liars.

History teaches that success is sweet, but it doesn’t just happen. It requires that we continuously grow.

Thoughts on the cover:
As a southern girl, I love the depicted magnolia, and the shiny gold accents on the smooth cover are eye-catching.

Thoughts on the title:

Release date: October 8, 2019. 
Product Page: 

Author: Marsha DuCille
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Pages: 224
Source: I received a complimentary copy as a member of Lola’s Blog Tours. I was under no obligation to post a positive review. 


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