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As I was looking through this book when I first received it, I was thinking to myself, how on earth will I write 200 words on a devotional that I don’t want to read ahead because it is a devotional for all of 2016.  It goes by months, then it’s broken down by day.

Each Day you get 366 Devotionals (2016 is a Leap Year) Each day is broken down by a scripture verse,  the devotional, which is each author’s personal reflection, then with a Faith Step.

The devotionals are written by 10 amazing authors:

Susanna Foth Aughtmon
Gwen Ford Faulkenberry
Grace Fox
Tricia Goyer
Sharon Hinck
Rebecca Barlow Jordan
Erin Keeley Marshall
Dianne Neal Matthews
Cynthia Ruchti
Suzanne Davenport Tietjen

So I thought that I would take each month, read the first day, the middle and the end.  I was so surprised at the depth that one author could go, with one day and one page.  Jesus promise is very clear:  Peace I leave with you:  my peace I give you.  I do not ive to you as the world gives.  Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.  (John 14:27 NIV) isn’t that an incredible promise?

Each devotionals that I have read so far, has that promise in it.  These have me so encouraged to read through the devotional through next year..

This devotional can be purchased at Family Christian® Storesas well as many other Devotionals.  You can check those out here Family Christian Stores Daily Devotionals

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Tattered and Mended – #BookReview #litfuse

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How can the wounds that keep us from living the life we want to live be mended and healed? In Tattered and Mended, Cynthia Ruchti walks readers through a gallery of reclaimed and restored art as well as broken and restored lives of those who have gone before us. With a gentle touch and personable wisdom, Cynthia shows how even the most threadbare soul can once again find healing and hope.

I missed the blog tour of this book due to internet and hardware issues.  I apologize to the author for that and to Litfuse.  I am so bummed about not being able to share all the giveaways with you.   However, go on over to Cynthia Ruchiti’s website at the following link and read all about what’s been going on with the release of this book!  Check it out here

I have to admit while reading this book, I have not been able to concentrate t red ate on it. BUT THAT THAT’S JUST ME.
But that being said, I love Cynthia’s concept of our lives are just like art and when we will not treat ourselves with respect. We become Tattered and Mended.
However,through God, we can always be made whole I’d we put the effort into it.
The writer talked about an old oil painting and how it needed to be repaired
As the artist was repairing it, they had to take goggles like a neurosurgeon might use to be able to get the finest aspects of the painting just right.
Except the signature. They never touch the signature
god’s salvation is like His signature. It can never be touched. However to live our lives in a repaired frame of mind, we are under constant repair.
Our hearts, our minds, our bodies. They are God’s work and while he is only perfection. We choose to break his will and therefore become Tattered and Mended

 

(this is not part of my review, but came directly from the book.  However, it is too good not to mention) I have read, reread and printed, placed in my Bible etc.  This is some good stuff right here.

Tattered and Mended Notes and Conclusions

view a trailer here of this book.


You can keep up with Ruchti at the following areas.
http://litfusegroup.com/author/cruchti

 

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