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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
Just as we need the right balance of daily vitamins and minerals for our physical body, we need to feed our soul daily vitamins and minerals from God’s Word. Myrlande E. Sauveur has written a book of devotions to help readers feast on promises God has for us in His Word. What makes this devotional book unique is that Ms. Sauveur gives one devotion each month, and then a verse for each day of the month to get along with the devotion. Everything is very well-organized, making the devotions easy to follow.
I have a lot of devotional books, but this one is different from the rest. I really like having one topic to focus on each month, and then have a different verse to go with it. There are twelve different topics to focus on, like waiting on God, anger, God’s love, dealing with depression, and God’s plan for our lives. All twelve topics focus on issues that we all face in our everyday Christian life, and even though most of these things I have read about before, the author explains those things in her own unique way, giving us deep insight into the subject. Ms. Sauveur has discovered a very clever way to give our souls that daily dose of spiritual vitamins. One thing I want to do with the daily verses is to memorize some of them so that I can focus on the monthly topic even more. I really encourage every Christian to read and digest this book to encourage their walk with the Lord. I think it will be an amazing addition to libraries too.