You can draw near to God, and you don’t have to put it off any longer!
This short devotional will help you identify why the things you have been so proud of may actually be worthless.
It will show you the surprising fact that striving to please God brings you no closer to Him!
Most importantly, you will learn the true way to draw near to God!
“Great devos to start the day. Real stories, real life, with great spiritual application. Easy to read and understand. Simple but profound. It’s worth reading!” ~ Amy, Amazon Reader
“A trustworthy “drink” from the everlasting stream. I enjoy waking up with this 30 day devotional book every morning. It’s perfect for someone always on the go because she incorporates a short daily story from something relevant in today’s world and then compares the hopeful or conflicting aspect to a Biblical outlook. She goes on to challenge you with a couple of insightful journal prompts targeted to help you apply the Scriptural reflections. I like it because it’s to the point, only takes a few minutes of deliberation, and reconnects me to the Creator every time I read it.” ~ Glenn, Amazon Reader
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Mary first remembers writing devotionals in college for a Christian retreat she attended with friends. More recently, Mary submitted devotions when the Publication Director at her church asked her to write something to fill a spot in the bulletin. On both occasions the devotions were well received, and they flowed from Mary’s hand as if dictated from God.
“If I have a God-given talent, it is writing,” said Mary. “I feel most fulfilled doing that, and I pray I will always honor God with the abilities he has lent to me.”
Mary is based in the mountains of Virginia, and enjoys reading, fly fishing, and crafting jewelry from natural stone. She and her husband, David, have been married over 30 years and are the parents of three adult children.