In a world where it never seems that you are doing, or worse, being enough, it’s easy to become discouraged. You know that prayer, meditation, Bible study, and devotions help to encourage you, but where do you find the time? Then there’s the guilt that comes with not spending time with God.
Fear not, as the angel messengers say, God Notes – Daily Doses of Divine Encouragement, offers one simple word, taken from Scripture, that you can meditate on throughout your day. You can choose to start at the beginning, pick from the chapters categories of: Nature, Body, Mind, Spirit, Guidance, Healing, Transformation, or Truth. Or, you can open at random to see what word God has for you.
Here’s what others are saying:
“Thank you for simplifying my meditation process. I love God Notes; in particular I love the way you have separated the topics. As a result, it is easier for me to find a word to encourage my spirit depending on what I’m experiencing at the time. Thank you for sharing your godly insight, your words of wisdom, and your encouragement. It has truly blessed my soul.” – Carol
“I’ve only had this book for about a month and love reading it in the morning to start my day. God Notes has daily inspirational passages that speak directly to my heart. Sometimes, I flip to a random page and the passage is exactly what I need to read at that moment. I feel like God is speaking to me through the passages.” – Caroline
“I find this book to be so refreshing! While the orientation of most devotionals is a word(s) from the writer/reader to God, this book is written as God speaking to me. It is so uplifting and affirming ‘to hear’ what God is saying to me! I also love that there are no dates attached to ‘the word of the day’. I normally use this book with a ‘one word each day’ approach. But when I’m facing a certain situation in my life, I often skip around and find ‘the word’ that fits the situation.
This book has also helped me re-frame my prayer life. Instead of ‘asking God for something,’ I now often sit and listen for the words God wants to speak to me. I like the switch from talking to listening, as it allows me to simply be open and ready for what God wants rather than what I want.
If you are looking for a devotional that will inspire you and feed your soul – God Notes is it!” – David