Much like A Small Book for the Anxious Heart and A Small Book About a Big Problem, A Small Book About Why We Hide follows a 50-day reading plan—50, brief devotionals that you can easily read daily. I love the self-help style of all three of these books and especially how easily this new book becomes part of your life as you dive in. You're going to love this book too!
A Small Book About Why We Hide is divided into 2 parts:
Immediately, upon opening the book, I was drawn to day 1—"Being Seen."
We, as women, talk and write about "being seen" quite often. It's important to us. We appreciate feeling noticed when we walk into a room. But more importantly, we need to understand just how "seen" we are by God, and Welch goes there.
Another thing that grabbed my attention was his conclusion, "Grafting Your Story into God's Story" beginning on page 248. Isn't that our ultimate purpose—to be part of God's story? Yes! It is! We are to be grafted into His story, and He is to be part of ours as well.
Between "Being Seen" and "Grafting Your Story into God's Story" there are 49 daily devotionals, thoughtfully written, to meet our individual needs.
I love the size of this book too. It can easily be a great stocking stuffer!
About the Author
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