Sunday, January 15, 2012

Giveaway! Mornings With Jesus 2012

One Year Ago...
One year ago today I posted my first review. Since then I have posted over 100 reviews. So in celebration, I am doing my first giveaway. I’ll do several this week, so keep checking back.
Here are the rules.
  1. To enter the giveaway, you must answer the question below and leave your email address so I can contact you if you win.
  2. A second entry will automatically be given to anyone entering who is following my blog.
  3. The giveaway is only open to those in the USA.
  4. This giveaway will end at midnight on Sunday, January 22, 2012. The winner will be announced when I post my review of the book the following day, Monday, January 23rd.

Experience a closer relationship with your Savior in the pages of Mornings with Jesus 2012. Each page of this all-new devotional begins with a Scripture quote, followed by an uplifting devotion that demonstrates how Jesus’ life and teachings apply today. With humor, humility and grace, the seven writers share insights and reflections that you can relate to. You’ll also find “faith steps” that you can practice throughout your day, to help you carry the words of Jesus with you and make them real in your life.
When you read Jesus’ words and think about His lessons and miracles, you’ll feel your relationship to your Savior grown richer and deeper. You’ll find more strength, courage, joy and peace to meet the challenges of each day.” (Guideposts webpage)
Authored by: Judy Baer, Gwen Ford Faulkenberry, Tricia Goyer, Sharon Hinck, Keri Wyatt Kent, Erin Keeley Marshall, Camy Tang
Is there an account or miracle that Jesus did that really makes you think? Share about it.


Cheryl Barker said...

One that came to mind is His first miracle, changing the water to wine at a wedding. As I remember, He first said that His time had not come, but then He performed the miracle after all. Makes me wonder why He changed His mind.

Thanks for the giveaway!

ckbarker at gmail dot com

Tess said...

I wonder why the feeding of the 5,000 is the only miracle mentioned in all four gospels (a fact I learned from one of my co-workers). Since I've spent the past few years writing and thinking about the significance of eating and the body, this really fascinates me.

jewels67 said...

I would love to win a new devotional..I have the same one that I have had forever.. thanks for the great giveaway

Lauren said...

I always think about how, after he rose, he went to Peter, who denied Him, and Thomas, who doubted Him. Throughout John, He tells us to believe in Him. These two didn't listen, yet, when they couldn't catch fish, He overfills their nets. This truly shows His forgiveness. If he can forgive these two for betraying Him, then we should be willing to forgive those who hurt us on earth. God bless. Lauren.

Judy said...

What comes to my mind is when Jesus heals Peter's Mother-in-law. She was in bed with a fever, Jesus touched her hand and immediately the fever left her. The amazing part of this is, she got up and began to wait on Jesus. That shows me how completely she was healed. There was no taking it slow until her body was up to par. She was up to par at that very moment! How awesome is that?!

This devotional sounds wonderful. I would love to win a copy of it.