Name of Book: Jesus Calling Author: Sarah Young
Women of Reverence would like to thank Ntombi for her book review. See Below.
Jesus Calling: Enjoying Peace in His Presence (2004) is a daily devotional book written by Christian author Sarah Young and published by Integrity Publishers, based in Brentwood, TN. Two years later in September 2006 Integrity, along with its catalog of books, including "Jesus Calling", were bought by Thomas Nelson. The book offers readers a 365-day personal spiritual journey intended to help the reader experience a deeper relationship with Jesus.
Published by Thomas Nelson and distributed by Struik Christian Media.
Tell us a bit about yourself:
I am mother to one daughter. I work in the health industry as a counsellor. I serve as a Deacon & Worship Leader at Gateway City Church, Alexandra Township, Johannesburg. I am enjoy travelling, reading and going out with my close friends.
What drew you to read this book:
The title of the book grabbed my attention because whenever I see the name Jesus it makes me wanna read more. It's portable and can easily fit in my bag it makes it easy to read my devotions everywhere I go.
What impact did this book have:
This book taught me to acknowledge the Presence of the Lord and that God is always with me at all times whether I notice or not, He is always by my side. God wants us to focus on Him daily and trust Him wholeheartedly. We must not hesitate to receive joy from God the more we rest in His Presence the more we are blessed, we must be thankful for it glorifies Him.
In a paragraph, what is the main point:
God wants us to find peace in His word and when we face tribulations we must be still and know that He is God and He will always be by our side. He wants us to trust Him enough to fight our battles at our weakest and receive His peace we are reminded that God is sovereign we just have to seek His face more and more.
Who would benefit from reading it:
Everyone who wants to know more about Jesus and those who are keen to know more about His presence.
All comments are reviewers own.