This compact, "soft" hard-cover book is easily mobile.
It's very intimate and the author does an excellent job at revealing some of the very heartfelt things that The Lord's Holy Spirit has said to her. The daily reflections are timeless and very encouraging. They're not long but engaging enough to invoke pleasant, aromatic, grateful thanks to The Lord for speaking so gingerly to His people.
Here's a RANDOM sample from the book (I literally just flipped open the book):
JUNE 26 - "STAY CALMLY conscious of Me today, no matter what. Remember that I go before you as well as with you into the day. Nothing takes Me by surprise. I will not allow circumstances to overwhelm you, so long as you look to Me. I will help you cope with whatever the moment presents. Collaborating with Me brings blessings that far outweigh all your troubles (italicized). Awareness of My Presence contains Joy that can endure all eventualities."
Psalm 23:1-4 (NKJV)
2 Corinthians 4:16-17
What lovely, gentle, peaceful, and simplistic wording! Only God can warm, encourage, and remind our hearts through words such as these. :)
Men would benefit from these words too; because these words are after all, from The Lord directly into the heart of Sarah Young. However, perhaps because of the book's aesthetic design, men may not easily gravitate towards it. But the book is gentle, easy to understand and receive from, and makes you want to share the daily reflections with others, because whenever you above received (from God) freely, your heart naturally wants to give freely.
Excellent devotional. Some days the reading was just what I needed for encouragement.
I love this devotional! The daily readings are written as if Jesus is speaking directly to the reader. It uses verses and/or combinations of verses for its basis. The readings promote trust and confidence in the Jesus Christ.
The one thing to keep in mind is that the passages in this book are Young's personal interpretations of these particular verses, so one might want to look them up in the Bible oneself for a little more context.