The One Year Book of Hope

This book is for anyone who has been hurt in life and would benefit from a hope filled daily companion Critically acclaimed author Nancy Guthrie offers insightful daily reflections based on the Word of God to comfort, encourage, and uplift those who are feeling the aches of life whether it s because of everyday disappointments or deep losses Through a year s worth of thoThis book is for anyone who has been hurt in life and would benefit from a hope filled daily companion Critically acclaimed author Nancy Guthrie offers insightful daily reflections based on the Word of God to comfort, encourage, and uplift those who are feeling the aches of life whether it s because of everyday disappointments or deep losses Through a year s worth of thoughtful entries, the reader will learn how much God longs to lift us up, carry us through in times of difficulty and uncertainty, and give us true, lasting joy Each daily step draws you closer to a God who truly cares and the hopeful life he wants you to enjoy In short Daily Scripture readings Daily reflections for those who are experiencing any pain, disappointment, or grief Daily opportunity to dig deeper into God s Word Weekly questions for reflection, opportunities for further meditation, and directed prayer.
The One Year Book of Hope This book is for anyone who has been hurt in life and would benefit from a hope filled daily companion Critically acclaimed author Nancy Guthrie offers insightful daily reflections based on the Word o

  • Title: The One Year Book of Hope
  • Author: Nancy Guthrie
  • ISBN: 9781414301334
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The One Year Book of Hope”

    1. This is not an ordinary book on grief. Over the course of the past eighteen months I have read a lot about grief and God's sovereignty in our suffering, and this has been the single most helpful book to me. It helped both through the sting and the salve it delivered. Nancy Guthrie fleshes out that precarious place of not allowing yourself to wallow in self-pity and being a victim of painful circumstances, while still affirming that God is not indifferent to our deepest sorrows and grieves with u [...]

    2. I started reading this book in Sept. 2012 because I felt lost, I was hurting and seeking comfort and help from God. I had lost my job in Aug. and I wasn't sure of what the future would look like. Over this year I have realized that this book has really been a companion for me as I went through my journey of changes. My relationship with God has only grown stronger and I know He was beside me during my period of healing & growth. I'm so glad I finished this one-year devotional & highly en [...]

    3. I must admit that I did not read the book in the way that it was intended. It would be most useful to read this book each day as there are daily and weekly activities. I'm in a bit of a manic reading period and kept forgetting to work on this each day. Instead, I read straight through it. I liked most of it and the author made some interesting points. I am also humbled by her willingness to share in her joys and sorrows.

    4. I did not stumble onto this book until a year or two after my husband's battle with cancer (which he survived). I sure wish I'd had the book during that struggle, but I believe God's timing is perfect. I can say this much though: I try to have a copy on hand to give to people who are really struggling with hope. This is one of three go-to devotional books in my library.

    5. Nancy Guthrie is wonderful! Biblically sound and deeply relevant, this book provided me with huge encouragement during a tough journey of cancer. I highly recommend it for anyone suffering from grief and disappointment.

    6. This is an excellent one year devotion book! I am reading through it this year, and I am loving the insights, encouragement, and teaching from Nancy Guthrie. This is a good book for anyone who is suffering. This little book can slip into your pocket or purse, making it easy to bring with you to doctor’s appointments, hospitals, or wherever you may need to bring encouraging reading material.This is a book I will keep on my shelf to read again in the future, and it is a book I will give to frien [...]

    7. I needed thisNancy is real. This book covered every emotion, every up and down I have gone through after the loss of our precious Hope. Thank you Lord, and the friends who passed it on to us, for this book!

    8. As with many of the devotionals I have done so far, I had mixed feelings about "The One Year Book of Hope." Somedays, I felt really connected to what she was saying, or I discovered something new. She is very open about difficulties and tragedies she has faced, and I applaud her for that. Her personal story is very movingBut there were other days, she used personal metaphors that loosely connected to bible passages, or she would promote very limited perspectives that, really, we've all heard bef [...]

    9. God must have known that I would need this book in 2011. He prompted me to start reading it through the suggestion of a friend. My heart cried for the losses that the Guthrie family went through. And then it spoke to my heart and helped me grieve as I went through two deaths in my family this summer. Each devotion points us back to Jesus and Heaven.

    10. This is a great daily devotional that is very candid about loss and yet keeps pointing the focus back to the love of Jesus. I feel like I'm walking through the different stages of grief with the author as she shares some about the loss of her two children. If you like Streams in the Desert I think you'll also be encouraged by this.

    11. This is a devotional book written in weekly themed chapters. It can be read straight through or by picking a topic of choice.

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