Thursday, February 20, 2014

One God, One Plan, One Life by Max Lucado

First of all, let me make a confession.  I am a fan of Max Lucado's work.  "One God, One Plan, One Life" did not disappoint me at all.

These short, daily devotionals,geared toward teens, are easy to read and understand.  Each day starts with a Bible verse (you won't find any thees, thous, or thines here) and is followed by a few paragraphs of wisdom that are applicable to really any person.  Each devotion ends with a "One More Thought" that encourages just that... something to contemplate that reinforces what was just covered.  Each devotion may take only about five minutes (or less) to read, but is a great place for the busy teen to get into the great habit of personal time with God.  Also, I loved the thoughtfulness of a bright orange satin ribbon bookmark.

The only negative for me was that there wasn't a prayer at the end of each devotion. 

All in all, I give this devotional an enthusiastic "two thumbs up".

Disclosure of Material Connection: I was provided a free copy of this book by Thomas Nelson Publishers in exchange for my honest opinion.

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