Book Review: Quiet Times with God

I received a review copy of this book; all opinions expressed are mine.

In her new devotional book, Quiet Times with God, Joyce Meyer writes that “the very best time you can spend each day is time with God.” It’s easy to get distracted in the busyness of life—that’s why it’s so important to “unplug” and have a time of quiet with God each day so we can better hear His voice. This 365-day devotional can help us do that.

Each daily devotion starts off with a Bible verse, then teaching and encouragement from Meyer, and ends with a special thought for the day. And if you want to dig deeper into the topic of the day, there’s additional Scripture references listed that you can look up for more insights.

Some of the daily devotion topics include Faith Instead of Fear, God’s Perfect Timing, Living in the Now, Moving Past Pain, Embracing Hope, Listening for God’s Voice, The Joy of Slowing Down, Living in Peace, One Day at a Time, The Courage to Pursue your Dreams, When God Seems Silent—life situations that we can all relate to.

The small size of this devotional makes it portable, so you can tuck it in your purse or tote bag to easily keep up with your daily readings. It would also make a special Christmas or birthday gift because it offers so much wisdom, truth, hope and encouragement, and we all need that! Meyer ends this book with a devotional called Hope for the Future and the special thought for that day says, “You can live with hope, because God has the power to provide for you and lead you through every situation. All things are possible with God!” As we read this devotional and spend quiet moments with God, we can be reminded of important truths like this every day of the year.

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