This Women of Faith devotional helps readers rediscover the limitless goodness God has planned for them.
Too often, the heart and mind of a woman hit a roadblock, something that teaches her that her dreams will go unfulfilled. But with God on her side, anything that could stand in her way is a silly challenge for his awesome power. In Nothing Is Impossible, women encounter page after page of encouragement, humor, insight, and teaching to rediscover the God who will not let them go.
God is not stingy. He does not weigh out his love grain by grain or squeeze out his forgiveness one tiny drop at a time. No, he pours out mercy in a flood. He loves more than seems necessary. This loving God swoops into the lives of women and opens doors of possibility. As Romans 11:33 says, "Have you ever come on anything quite like this extravagant generosity of God?" In Nothing Is Impossible, women will receive this generosity over and over.
©2010 Women of Faith (P)2010 Oasis
This book was found to be very uplifting. I used it as the daily devotion in my quilt group and everyone was pleased by the content.
I liked some of the devotional entries (and they were by numerous authors) but not others. Overall I think the beginning was good, but they got a bit clichéd and even offensive near the end to people who have dealt with real tragedies and not just daily "inconveniences."
Favorite devotional chapter: "Seeing the Possibilities" on imagination's role in spirituality.
Least favorite devotional chapter: The "enduring suffering in the name of Christ" chapter where the author's plane ticket didn't get upgraded to first class and she didn't even get a window seat in economy. I'm not even kidding.
The narrator was good. However, I will not be reading anything more from "Women of Faith." Some of the devotional chapters were stories that didn't even mention God or quote Scripture at all, and many of them struck me as cushy and privileged. Overall, I was unimpressed.
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