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Faith and Finances -- A Review

I rarely read devotionals.  Truthfully, I find it difficult to read something where someone is preaching to me as though I need to do exactly what they say or I'm doomed to be condemned.  Faith & Finances is not like that.

The book is set up with a brief story at the beginning and then the rest is divided into mini stories used to explain how each author learned to have faith in financially difficult times.  Each devotional is preceded by a Bible verse to reflect upon and followed by a one line prayer.  There is then several lines for the reader to reflect on the reading.  It gives the reader a chance to explore just how the devotional "fits" with current circumstances.

Written in a simple style that makes allows the reader to concentrate on the message rather than the exact words, this book will see you coming to a deeper understanding of just how material things and your finances play out in your current life.  You come away with a deeper sense of peace knowing that you don't need to worry, for God will see you have all you need once you allow Him to take charge.

This is a book I would recommend to anyone who spends so much time worrying about finances that they may fail to see the riches that are present within.  Faith & Finances rates a solid 4 on the Rainbow Scale.

We invite you to learn more about Faith and Finances during April and May while they tour cyberspace. To find other tour stops, visit http://bookpromotionservices.com/2010/03/02/faith-finances/  For other details about the book or to get more information about Christian Devotions visit http://www.faithandfinances.us/  . The book is for sale at: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0982206542

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Cindy Sproles said...

Thank you for a great review. We prayed for a unique vision of how to present these devotions. God provided. Thank you for hosting our book.

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