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A few weeks back, I stumbled across an ad with Beth Moore’s latest release, Whispers of Hope. At the time I had no idea that it was a devotional prayer journal. When I received the book, I was a bit astonished to see the words “10 Weeks of Devotional Prayer” as the subtitle.
God surely knew my heart- this book has been a much-needed prompt to keep my focus on daily prayer time. I’ve passed on a ton of prayer ideas, materials, and ways to keep journals to you over this year. The methods we’ve discussed throughout the year and all the ideas pinned to the Prayer Pinterest board are wonderful! But the reason I enjoy the variety of ideas and prayer plans is because…
When routine is turning into a rut, that’s when you need to change up your time with God.
And just to be perfectly honest with you, I had arrived at that point about six weeks ago. So I’m just so happy this book arrived right on time.
Whispers of Hope teaches the process of powerful Word-saturated prayer in response to a daily Bible reading. In turn, you will better understand how devotional reading and prayer are central to a stronger relationship with God.
For our weekly Whimsical Wednesday linkup, I typically share an article I’ve carefully written and chosen specifically for my readers. This book made such an impact in my life that I’m thrilled to be giving a copy away today in lieu of the usual Whimsical Wednesday. Just follow the Rafflecopter for the chance to win this beautiful prayer and devotional book.
If you’re interested in purchasing the book, Amazon just happens to have it at half price right now- only $7.49! Click HERE to order.
Bloggers, I’m so glad to have you linking up and I hope you’ll enter the giveaway!
Have a great day!
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