Focus on the things that bring you joy with 100 Days of Thanks. Short inspirational readings, space to record your thoughts, and brief Scripture references in a high-designed four-color gift book will help you find a peaceful, happier life. The rush of a busy schedule, a barrage of disheartening news stories, and the wear and tear of everyday life can be enough to drag anyone down. Simply pausing to recognize and express thanks for the good gifts that surround you has proven to make a major difference in happiness, peace, and contentment. 100 Days of Thanks, a beautifully designed inspirational book of short readings, Scripture verses, and journaling space is the perfect tool to promote Christian mindfulness and gratitude. Whether you are looking for a thoughtful gift to encourage a loved one or a simple tool to create a habit of thankfulness, this lovely little book is a wonderful place to start. Take a few moments out of your day to be grateful and feel your burdens get a little lighter, starting today.
I was so excited to get this beautiful book! It is the perfect size at 4.7 x 8.2 inches, and it is filled with so many beautiful photographs throughout. 🙂
This is a really well done book for kids! The size is perfect for little hands, and also great size to take with you on the go. It has many questions inside that I am sure kids have wondered…adults as well…myself included! 🙂
I highly recommend it-there is lots to be learned from this little gem! 😉
-Reflections of God’s Grace- is a collection of devotional messages that have simple, yet profound illustrations for Godly living. They are reminders for many of us of what we have learned through sermons, songs and Scripture. Each devotion has a group of scriptures to support the message because God’s Word is most important. Psalm 119:11 says, -Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee.- These devotions will challenge you to examine your heart and your walk with the Lord, and help you become a brighter -Reflection of God’s Grace-.
I recently had the opportunity to review this coloring book devotional called “The Parables of Jesus.” Here is a little info about the book: