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Book Reviews

Review_ Jasmine, AR

This devotional is bound to bless someone!

As a young person who is in graduate school and is constantly on the go, I find it very convenient to go through this devotional and reflect on the themes and passages of scripture while going about my day! There has been numerous times where I have felt discouraged or troubled, but I love that I can pull this devotional out and receive an encouraging word and meditate on the truths that God presents in his Word.

I wholeheartedly recommend this devotional to anyone who is willing to open their heart, and to allow the Holy Spirit to guide them on this journey of self-evaluation and spiritual growth in the Lord!

Jasmine, Arkansas

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Review_ A. Lilly

This book that Angela has written is so good for the body, mind, and soul. It speaks to the heart daily and expresses daily, powerful, encouraging words for you to move forward with great and high expectations of what the word of God speaks to the soul because it speaks life again.

Thank you so much because the word of God is very powerful and yet simple. Be safe, thank you. Take care and God bless.

A. Lilly

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Review_ Gwen, Apopka, Fla.

Thanks for such inspirational `gold[en] nuggets of life lessons and encouragement for each day. May the Lord continue to inspire you [to] spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a loving way that Souls may come to him. God bless you always.

Sis. Gwen, Apopka, Fla.

Review_ C. Venzen, Jackson, MS
The 52 Week Devotional, ‘Let The Rest Of Your Day Be The Best Of Your Day, has lots of things to love about it. One thing is that this book is very well written. It is written in such a way that the reader, no matter the age, can read and interpret. Even with it being written in such a way that it is readable, it never takes away from what the author is trying to tell us. 

Another thing that I enjoy about this book is the relatability. For the past couple of weeks, my girlfriend and I have been discussing ‘Prioritizing Our Relationship(s)’ (Week 40). So, when I came across it in the book, it kind of hit a nerve (in a good way), helping me to better understand that I should always put my relationship with The Lord first.

Something crazy that happened recently was that I had recently talked to my mentor, eighty-four year old, Judge Vernon Cotten. He gave me a verse that stuck with me pertaining to my patience and seeking the Kingdom of God first and that was Matthew 6:33. Either this is a coincidence, or it’s God trying to tell me something because, I’ve heard this too many times from different Christians. I know it’s not a coincidence. It’s no one but God speaking to me through other Christians.

The final thing that I enjoy about this book is how with every week, there is an inspirational picture as well as a verse to go along with it. I have to say well done Mrs. Angela A. Bennett for this book. You really didn’t have to snap like this with this book! I’m excited to read more of your books in the future!

C. Venzen, Jackson, MS

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