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Review: What a Great Word by Karen Moore

Review: What a Great Word by Karen Moore

Summary:

WHAT A GREAT WORD! is a new kind of devotional. With Scripture and fresh insights from author Karen Moore, readers are able to focus on one word each day to strengthen their faith and see God’s hand at work.

These are simple words, words we use every day that we often gloss over when reading God’s Word. If, for example, the word for the day is “protect,” the reading from Psalm 121:6-8 declares: “The Lord will protect you from all dangers; He will guard your life.” Readers will then see how the Lord protects our lives. He is the One who defends us, guards us, and keeps us safe.

With one simple word, readers will move from hoping the Lord will protect us, to believing He will act on our behalf. Now that’s a Great Word!

Review:

What a Great Word is a wonderful faith inspired devotional for your graduate. As they navigate through the world, this is a nice but of inspired encouragement, themed by words meant to motivate and blossom personal growth.

Meant to be personalize your own experience, its word its supported by a lovely devotional, inspiring quotes and a prayer. Not to long, this can be read based on interest or straight through.

Overall, this was a lovely encouragement that will inspire faith an encourage your graduate as they venture in the next chapter of their life.

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