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Friday, August 7, 2015
Maybe Today by David Butler and Emily Belle Freeman
Sometimes the smallest book can deliver the largest message.
The authors provide a story and Bible scripture to accompany each holy pattern. The patterns are described as how they relate to living a spiritual life and ways life can be lived more meaningful. They focus on how ‘maybe today’ life can be different than what it has been for you.
This is a book for anyone seeking a more meaningful and fulfilling life. It is faith-based and chalked with inspiring wisdom. It provides steps to follow if seeking more contentment in your life.
There are numerous beautiful full-page, color photographs throughout the book. These images enhance the message of each holy pattern. In addition, this book features ‘multiply goodness,’ where it encourages the reader to share by giving the book away when they finish with it.
This book can easily be read in under an hour’s time. However, the book’s message will stay with the reader long after the final page is turned. MAYBE TODAY will encourage, uplift, inspire and motivate.
Maybe Today, A Simple Approach to a Soul-Satisfying Life by David Butler and Emily Belle Freeman, Ensign Peak, @2015, ISBN: 978-1629720388, Hardcover, 120 Pages
FTC Full Disclosure – A copy of this book was sent to me as part of a tour for the authors in hopes I would review it. However, receiving the complimentary copy did not influence my review. The thoughts are completely my own and given honestly and freely.
Thanks for stopping by today. If you’re looking for inspiration or uplifting, be sure to check out this delightful little book. Do you like the idea of sharing a book? Do you do anything special with your books after reading them? Have you ever thought of creating your own unique library in order to share your books with others?
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