God’s Word for Every Need – Devotions from the Father’s Heart By: Dr. Mark Stibbe – A Book Review

God’s Word for Every Need – Devotions from the Father’s Heart

By: Dr. Mark Stibbe


Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Soothing Whispers from a Living, Loving God – Timeless Guidance for Every Day – Whatever the Need…God Has the Answer!

“God’s Word for Your Every Need” includes an important selection of Bible verses and inspirational messages that challenge the reader to move beyond the search for theoretical knowledge of God to an experiential relationship of intimacy with God.

Each of the two-hundred forty devotionals, are designed to lead the reader into a process of personal discovery for gleaning practical application and guidelines for daily living. Stibbe’s writing is rich in devotional thoughts that promote a profound understanding of God’s refining and maturing process. I also gained new insights and clarity regarding the difference between a holiness based on obedience as in a love relationship with Jesus, rather than a law based holiness.

Dr. Mark Stibbe is an award winning Christian author; whose academic books are on required reading lists in universities and seminaries worldwide. Mark is CEO and founder of Kingdom Writing Solutions, a complete service for Christian writers. He is a regular contributor at writer’s conferences and workshops.

Each devotional closes with a prayer for the reader. “Let God speak to your needs. Open your ears and heart. Let the Father’s tender voice transform your life.”

The beautiful leather binding on this edition adds to the personal value and enjoyment of reading and make “God’s Word for Every Need – Devotions from the Father’s Heart” an ideal gift for those special occasions. Highly recommended.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

Destiny Image Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257,078-076841376, $15.99, 2017, 246 pages


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