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My Time with God for Daily Drives, Volume 5

20 Personal Devotions to Refuel Your Busy Day
Narrated by: Stewart, Molly Stewart
Length: 1 hr and 2 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Turn your daily commute into a renewing time with God! Whether you spend several hours a day in traffic or only a few minutes, My Time with God for Daily Drives provides relief from life's traffic jams and detours. With 20 daily devotions, you can listen to one each work day for a whole month. Each day offers a New Testament Scripture reading with an inspirational devotion and thought-provoking questions. A great way to start or end your busy day!

The Scripture readings are in the easiest to understand Bible translation, the New Century Version. Each day's devotion is complemented by inspiring and original music.

©2004 Fred Rogers (P)2004 Thomas Nelson

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nice - surface level

these devotions are nice, simple, surface level devotions to center or begin your day in your journey with God. if that is what you are looking for, these are perfect. if like me, you wanted something a little deeper or more theologically developed then go elsewhere.

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Terrible book with terrible music in background

This is a terrible rendition into audio. Throughout the book sacharrine trite music plays behind the reader. The content is trite and insipid advice that, if you need this type of advice as an adult … trivializes the spiritual walk.