*I received a complimentary copy of this book from Moody Publishers in exchange for my honest review.
I really like this devotional for two reasons:
1. It is easy to follow.
There are some devotionals that I have that are difficult to read. They are not heady but the typeface and arrangement of Scripture, challenges, etc., are not very eye-pleasing.
This devotional has a very nice type setting which allows for ease of reading.
2. The content is broad.
Unlike some devotionals that are topic specific, Dr. Evans has placed devotional thoughts on a variety of topics.
I just read a devotional for July 2nd on singleness and how to use it for God. It also challenges married couples to not frown upon singles or be in a state of “matchmaking” around them. Let them be single until it is time for God to bring marriage into his/her life.What a great devotional to read.
However, as I mentioned, earlier in the devotional are thoughts about government, the Holy Spirit, prayer, being a man, being a woman, and more. This devotional really does contain topics for just about all that a Christian would experience as a “life under God”.