Brave. It’s a word filled with layers of inspiration for me. This year, I want to be courageous, confident, and bold.
100 Days To Brave, Devotions for Unlocking Your Most Courageous Self, felt like a breath of courage as I opened its glossy pages and read scriptures and stories shared by Annie F. Downs.
This devotional would be great for millennials who are experiencing some of life’s biggest decisions as they pursue God’s will for their future.
I’m a Generation X gal, and find myself in a strange place. I’ve been a stay-at-home mom for 14 years, and now I wonder what God has next for me. My dreams feel as real and big as when I longed for marriage and couldn’t wait for the day I had children.
I’ve had the chance to pursue my dream of writing by starting this blog a few years ago. And I wonder where God will lead me next. It’s both exciting and a little scary at the same time.
No matter what God has in store for me, I want to be brave in pursuing His lead.
The odd thing about being brave is that we usually don’t feel very brave.
I never felt brave. But day after day, I just did the next thing, took the next step, said the next yes.
And that is precisely what I think brave looks like. Taking the next step.
Say yes too the situations that stretch you and scare you and ask you to be a better you than you think you can be.
This devotional will inspire you in a number of different areas.
- Brave Enough to Start
- Brave Enough to Be You
- Brave Enough to Believe God
- Brave Enough to Dream
- Brave Enough to Work Hard
- Brave Enough to Love Others
- Brave Enough to Face Change
- Brave Enough to Persevere
- Brave Enough to Pursue Healing
- Brave Enough to Serve
- Brave Enough to Be Where You Are
Let him into those little places inside that are hurt and alone and afraid. Let hIm love you, lead you, and make you into the courageous person He has planned–because I promise that adventure will be the greatest of your life.
*I received a free copy of this book from BookLook Bloggers in exchange for my honest review.