Restoration Year A Book Review

Restoration Year

A 365-Day Devotional

By John Eldredge
Published by Thomas Nelson

From the publisher: We all need to believe that our lives can be better, our relationships can be smoother, and our futures, both in this life and the next, are bright. This 365-day devotional by bestselling author John Eldredge will guide you on a year of restoration and transformation. Through following God with your whole heart, you can experience a rich, profound relationship with God and others. Find your hope ignited and excitement for the future growing as you learn how to refuel relationships, renew your joy in living, and re-create a passion for your Creator. This 365-day devotional is comprised of short readings that guide you on a year-long journey of restoration. Each devotion features a Bible verse, a devotion, and a closing prayer or inspiring challenge that will equip you to pursue lasting transformation in your life and relationships.

This is a lovely, hardcover, daily devotional book. Each day begins with a scripture, followed by a brief devotional reading, ending with a prayer or thought provoking personal applications. Though there is no designated space for notes, some white space exists on the pages for jotting notes if desired. The readings are long enough to be read quickly on a busy day, while thought provoking enough to encourage deeper study. This book is well done, and I highly recommend it as a daily devotional.



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