A Day at the Beach Devotions to help you relax, reflect, and renew by Jedd & Todd Hafer from Tyndale House Publishers. Do you yearn for a day at the beach where your mind and soul come wander away from life’s troubles? Do you long to hear God’s quiet voice in the role of a gentle wave? What this encouraging book bring a ray of warm sunshine to your doorstep as you soak up its joy filled perspectives on life in faith. Take a deep breath, unplug from life’s daily grind, and fall the call of your heart to Jesus, the ultimate source of life.
My Opinion I really like the size of this book has it fits perfectly in my purse to take wherever I want to go. I really learned some things that I needed to and reflect on in my daily life is lately there’s so much going on that I can’t keep up and stressful I read a passage in here and then I feel better about things.
I want to share with you a passage from this book this one is called
Life-the work and worry and Wham of it all! Muscles falter under its load. Eyes closed from sheer exhaustion, but sleep provides elusive. One sound can eject you from slumber. Or even worse you awake for no reason at all. You lie married in the discomfort of body and mind that is impossible to describe. The beach can be a source of renewal or resurrection, of course. But to be renewed is to have been old and torn. To be resurrections is to have been dead. But every time does you hit the beach like a conquering hero after all sometimes you step through the sand like a wounded soldier on the battlefield. The walk in the sunshine leaves you weak instead of invigorating.
What’s the point of even going to the beach this summer? You wonder. Why spend the time, why spend the money? But go you do, if only to avoid disappointing the family. Then you stand on the shore and look up, look out, look around. And it’s as if you’ve never seen before. This new, old world it’s been there for ages. How have you failed to experience it like this until now? Perhaps all life given discoveries are like this. Perhaps you must see the new things and old friend nature in order to value the new possibilities in ourselves. When we contemplate a God who loves as deep as the ocean, as vast as the sky, we can shake off the weariness and say, “I will rise again. I will love and not be limited.”
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Disclaimer: I am a member of the Tyndale House blogger review program and this is solely my opinion of this book and may be different from yours.