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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

DEVOTIONS FROM THE GARDEN: Finding Peace and Rest from Your Hurried Life By Miriam Drennan

Publisher:  Thomas Nelson
Release Date:  March 31, 2015
Pages:  224
Rating:  5 Stars⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Book Description: 
Come to the garden alone, and fill your soul with His presence.

There's nothing on earth like the peace and loveliness of a magnificent garden. It's the place where Adam and Eve first fellowshipped with God, and where you, too, can escape from this chaotic world into His loving arms of beauty and serenity."Devotions from the Garden" takes you to that place where senses are restored as dewdrops settle and butterflies gather to witness the miracles of God's creation bloom and grow. These ninety devotions explore the parallels of life with the elements of the garden to help you see God, to sense His presence, to soothe your soul, and to rest in knowing He is with you throughout each day. Included are striking photographs with a fresh, contemporary design for timeless appeal.

Wanda's Thoughts:  Rich in content and elaborately designed, Devotions from the Garden is absolutely one of the most beautiful devotionals I’ve ever used. What a great way to enhance your Scripture readings! The beauty of flowers, one of God’s many blessings, will simply lift your spirits and refresh you soul.

There are 90 devotions that include Scripture, and each ends with a prayer, and many are illustrated with photos of flowers and garden designs. The daily readings cover many aspects of gardening and weave them together with the uplifting Scripture, giving a refreshing perspective to your daily spiritual needs. A perfect way to start the day! My rating is 5 stars.

I received a complimentary copy of this devotional from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for an honest review.

About the Author: 
Miriam Drennan is the author of Devotions for the Beach and the Days You Wish You Were There and Soar Above the Madness: Surviving Office Politics Without Losing Your Mind, Your Job, or Your Lunch. She currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee, where she enjoys gardening and playing with words. Drop her a line at