Revealing Jesus: A 365-Day Devotional review

Revealing Jesus cover imageA fresh, unique new devotional has been released, entitled Revealing Jesus – A 365-Day Devotional by Darlene Zschech.  Ms. Zschech is an Australian-resident singer, songwriter, worship leader, author, speaker, and co-pastor with her husband, and is best known for her song entitled ‘Shout to the Lord.’  Published by Bethany House in the spring of 2013, her newest book is an inspiring collection of readings arranged into a beautiful volume which is not only very visually appealing in it’s color coordination and easy-to-read size and format, but is more importantly filled to the seams with praise and love for our Heavenly Father.

Although designed to be accompanied by it’s corresponding song album of the same title, Revealing Jesus is very easily read as a stand-alone book.  Each day’s selection begins with a Scripture verse and insightful illustration for daily life, and is finished with a brief yet heartfelt prayer.  While simple in the delivery, the personal devotionals are sure to be compelling to many diverse circumstances, and thought-provoking enough to inspire more intense searching of Scripture, as well as the depths of the heart.  In truth, each daily selection gives readers the benefit of a concise and hard-hitting Bible study.  Unlike many other 365 day devotionals that merely skim the surface of difficult life issues and hardships, Revealing Jesus nudges readers into a deeper and more heartfelt level of Christian living, and promises to become a beloved, classic volume in the homes of many who are striving to reveal Jesus in their own lives.

“Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.
Available at your favourite bookseller from Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group”.

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