When you enter the pages of Miracles, Karen Kingsbury’s 52 week devotional, get ready to experience the greatest miracle of all…God truly, unconditionally loves you.
Life’s journey can be difficult. Discouragement and doubt can cloud the light of God’s love. But God is working among us, healing the broken hearted, bringing hope to the hopeless and giving life to those of His children who are desperate. Sometimes all we need to turn things around is a fresh look at the miracles that are still happening today. God’s fingerprints are everywhere. All we have to do is look for them.
In this powerful weekly devotional, New York Times bestselling author Karen Kingsbury brings you the gift of true examples of God’s powerful love in action. Each devotion is a real-life story selected for its uplifting and spine-tingling miracle message, and each is paired with moving Scripture that will encourage you through life’s everyday obstacles.
It’s time to be awestruck once again by God’s power, time to believe once again in His miracles. These heartwarming devotions will inspire and motivate you as you begin each week with a renewed faith that all things truly are possible with God.
Hardcover Book : 224 pages
Publisher: Hachette Book Group Usa ( November 05, 2009 )
Item #: 12-772506
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 0.562inches
Product Weight: 11.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I know this book is supposed to be a devotional, but I just couldn't put it down. It was thoroughly inspiring.
Reviewer: Betty G
These devotionals are short, easy to read, and still each carry a profound message.
So far the weekly devotions are wonderful and inspiring. So great I'm finding it hard to read them weekly. Started reading them on New Year's Day and I want to do them daily. My first Karen Kingsbury book but definately not my last.
Fantastic so far. Didn't expect anything less from Karen. She is an awesome writer.
While many of the stories in the book were not new to me as they have come across the Internet, I have found each one uplifting and a strong reminder of God's love. I generally give books away after I have read them, but I plan to keep this one for those days when I need a boost. I imagine that the one story per week idea for this book is to make it easy to use in a study with others. I have not used it in this manner, and I don't think I would want to use it in a formal study set up with others.