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#21: Diva Delights Devotions To Go - Marilyn Nutter

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Wear your Diva lenses as you turn the pages in Diva Delights Devotions to Go and find “aha” moments-- a memory triggered by eating a favorite snack once enjoyed with friends, a remarkable object lesson hidden in a household gadget, treasures uncovered in basement storage bins, or God’s faithfulness accompanying you as you develop stretch marks! Diva Delights Devotions to Go will lift your spirit as you discover your extraordinary treasures in ordinary days. 


Marilyn Nutter is a partner in Shepherd's Cup, a ministry designed to nurture the friendships of women through inspirational talks and seminars about the tea experience and the tea beverage. She also enjoys sharing life experiences and Bible teaching to women’s groups and encouraging them to find extraordinary treasures in ordinary days. Marilyn has been a contributor to Chicken Soup for the Mother of Pre-Schooler's Soul, Laundry Tales and Simple Joy and is the author of Dressed up Moms' Devotions to Go! and Tea Lover’s Devotions to Go! 

Marilyn and her husband of 38 years consider their children and grandchildren some of their greatest treasures and delights.




Review:
I'm a total diva!
I like certain things and I like things a certain way. It's not always my best trait though, so I decided to check out this devotional. I thought it might tame my inner diva a bit, or at least help me use it in a better way.
This book shows you exactly how to use your inner for good and not doom. Using bible passages, helped make connections in showing how you can hurt or help a situation with your diva-like behavior. Making that connection is what I liked best about the book. You can only fix what you fully comprehend. I feel like this book helped me see myself in a slightly different light. 
I'm sort of saddened it's over too. Wish this book went on forever.



5/5


DISCLAIMER: I acquired a copy. I was not compensated. Opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. 5 stars! sounds like this was really good! the diva theme is really fun.

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  2. I like aha moments! I need more of those moments! :)

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