Guest review by Karen
Lysa Terkeurst’s Unglued Devotional attempts to help women “live in the grace of making imperfect progress, be a more positive role model, and know with confidence how to resolve conflict.”
This is a 60 day journey with a daily reading of a Bible verse, Thought for the Day, devotional, and ending prayer. The readings are short and written in a conversational tone often infused with humor that made for an enjoyable read.
The author draws from her life experiences to highlight issues that arise that can lead someone to become unglued. But it is more than that. The author does not just merely rant about situations that arise, but rather shows the reader the grace of God found in such situations. The goal is evident in each devotional--addressing the situation, an introspective analysis, conflict resolution, lasting change.
This devotional does not seek to appease the reader’s unglued reactions but rather seeks to draw attention to the causes-one’s own heart issues- and the solution-Jesus.
Each day’s reading is short and to the point. The author’s conciseness and templates for achieving conflict resolution provides the reader with applicable reference material.
I would recommend this devotional to anyone who is committed to make life changes so as not to become unglued.
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