Walking in Grace: 366 Inspirational Devotions For An Abundant Life in Christ
This paperback devotional emphasises the inspirational and encouraging. It features foil cover accents and contains 392 pages trimmed in colourful floral art. The 366 daily devotions help readers to appreciate the wonder of God, and to walk faithfully with him....
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This paperback devotional emphasises the inspirational and encouraging. It features foil cover accents and contains 392 pages trimmed in colourful floral art. The 366 daily devotions help readers to appreciate the wonder of God, and to walk faithfully with him. 19 x 14.9cm.
:â€œWalk with me. Learn the unforced rhythms of grace. Keep company with Me and youâ€™ll learn to live freely and lightly.â€ Matthew 11:29-30
Do you want to experience a closer walk with God? Walking in Grace is especially written for women looking for simplicity, authenticity and beauty in everyday life. This daily devotional, written by writer and speaker, Dalene Reyburn, is a haven of calm contemplation amid the busyness of life, providing courage, hope and wisdom. Inside are 366 devotions, each one including a theme title, a Scripture verse in the New Living Translation (NLT), Daleneâ€™s encouragements, a challenge for the day and a prayer. The floral spot varnished embellishments on the off-white background with rose gold foiled title make this a visually appealing gift for any woman, serving as a great â€œJust Becauseâ€ or Birthday gift.
Dalene Reyburn is a writer and speaker who looks for worship and wonder in the mundane and the magnificent, sharing weekly at www.dalenereyburn.com. She is the author of The Prayer Manifesto for Moms, co-author of the children's novel, Flight to Fabuland, and a contributor to theWordSpace.mobi. She has a Master's degree in Applied Language Studies and was a high school teacher before giving that up to pack lunchboxes and play astronaut-astronaut. She and her husband, Murray, have two sons and a golden retriever. They live in Pretoria, South Africa, and there is often mud on their carpet.