Review: Come Empty

The very subdued, feminine look of the cover is what drew me to this devotional by Saundra Dalton-Smith. There are eight sections each concentrating on a different life area. They range from negative emotions to positive emotions, gratitude and so much more. Each devotional is listed by a certain day number ( ex. Day #20), but not date. So the reader may begin anytime, reading in order from day #1 _ day #80. It is also possible to read devotionals under ' Relationship with God and titled An invitation to Come Empty. I believe any woman, at any stage in life, can appreciate the invitation to come empty. Each day has a 'Your Heart's Cry' section which is just as the title suggests that is a cry from your heart. A 'His Reply' section, where Jesus speaks to the readers heart. Plus, scripture to read ,'Going Deeper Question's, and a 'Simple Prayer'. Each section takes just a short amount of time. The reader could read the devotional in the morning, along with the scripture and prayer, then concentrate on it throughout the day. Author Saundra Dalton-Smith challenges the reader to a 50 day Jubilee challenge. It's a challenge to walk through the wilderness of your past pain on purpose, even pain you may have buried. The reader can go in sequence or use the topical index to pinpoint the areas of your deepest pain. I recommend this book to every woman. Disclaimer: I received this devotional from Litfuse Publishers for my honest opinion.

Disclaimer: I received this book from Litfuse Publishers for my honest opinion.

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Comments

Sandee said…
Sounds like an inspirational read.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

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