’30 Day Devotional for the Everyday Woman’ by Diana Hill | Digital

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If you need to be uplifted from struggles as a everyday woman, this devotional is for you. The book shares a great message for everyday situations. As you read it, you will hear from God. You will gain wisdom as you go through trials and tribulation. This devotional will reflect on how to live a joyous life even when you are going through.

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A book that deeply stimulates your intellect, uplifts your spirit, and nourishes your soul. It illuminates the reader's understanding and amplifies the subtle inner voice of divinity, often challenging to perceive. As you delve into its pages, the outside world fades into silence, captivated by its content. The author's promise of divine connection becomes reality, prompting introspection on how to distinguish the divine voice. This book offers the key. Thoughts Among the treasures within this book, one particularly resonated with me – a quote from Proverbs 11:2: "When pride comes, then comes shame, but with the lowly is wisdom." The author emphasizes: "We must adorn ourselves with humility, grace, and modesty, leaving no space for arrogance. Embracing a humble heart pleases the Lord, fostering peace and patience. True humility brings equality with others, warding off superiority. Living a humble Christian life is paramount." Author's Insight: "The Holy Spirit bestows wisdom through humility. Our devotion to Christ requires perpetual humility." Alongside the author's wisdom, modern society grapples with rampant pride, disguising itself in various forms. If not cautious, pride attaches itself insidiously, eroding from within. Regardless of being a Christian, scholar, devotee, or well-versed in scripture, pride is an equal-opportunity infiltrator. It feeds into other vices, much like my book "A King's Fall," which parallels my personal journey with the biblical King Saul. My analogy for pride is: "Donning pride is akin to dousing oneself in gasoline beside an open flame." - TC Neville Senior Though stark, this metaphor underscores pride's destructive nature. As the author advises, we must humble ourselves daily before God, seeking to comprehend and overcome pride's hold. Swift self-humbling is preferable to divine intervention. Many, including myself, have been humbled by God in varied degrees, and it's no trivial matter. Yet, many still sport pride's designer label – a one-size-fits-all affliction. Examine your spiritual garment, what does it reveal?

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    A book that deeply stimulates your intellect, uplifts your spirit, and nourishes your soul. It illuminates the reader’s understanding and amplifies the subtle inner voice of divinity, often challenging to perceive. As you delve into its pages, the outside world fades into silence, captivated by its content. The author’s promise of divine connection becomes reality, prompting introspection on how to distinguish the divine voice. This book offers the key.

    Thoughts
    Among the treasures within this book, one particularly resonated with me – a quote from Proverbs 11:2:

    “When pride comes, then comes shame, but with the lowly is wisdom.”
    The author emphasizes:

    “We must adorn ourselves with humility, grace, and modesty, leaving no space for arrogance. Embracing a humble heart pleases the Lord, fostering peace and patience. True humility brings equality with others, warding off superiority. Living a humble Christian life is paramount.”

    Author’s Insight:
    “The Holy Spirit bestows wisdom through humility. Our devotion to Christ requires perpetual humility.”

    Alongside the author’s wisdom, modern society grapples with rampant pride, disguising itself in various forms. If not cautious, pride attaches itself insidiously, eroding from within. Regardless of being a Christian, scholar, devotee, or well-versed in scripture, pride is an equal-opportunity infiltrator. It feeds into other vices, much like my book “A King’s Fall,” which parallels my personal journey with the biblical King Saul. My analogy for pride is:

    “Donning pride is akin to dousing oneself in gasoline beside an open flame.”
    – TC Neville Senior

    Though stark, this metaphor underscores pride’s destructive nature. As the author advises, we must humble ourselves daily before God, seeking to comprehend and overcome pride’s hold. Swift self-humbling is preferable to divine intervention. Many, including myself, have been humbled by God in varied degrees, and it’s no trivial matter. Yet, many still sport pride’s designer label – a one-size-fits-all affliction. Examine your spiritual garment, what does it reveal?

    #love #recommendedbooks #relationships #romance
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