by David Butler and Emily Belle Freeman
But maybe today could be different. What does your soul need? What do you long for? This path that you are on, where is it taking you? How do you fill your unscheduled moments? Is your heart content? Perhaps you feel as if you are missing something.
If you want life to satisfy your soul, you have to start living the soul-satisfying life.
~~ MAYBE TODAY ~~
In those first moments, or the last moments,
or somewhere in the moments in between,
you will live these 5 holy patterns:
* Tilt Your Soul
* Let Down Your Bucket
* Tune Your Heart
* Take Off Your Shoes
* Be All In
My ReviewThis book is beautifully put together as you can see!
Powerful messages along with alluring pictures adorn this book!
I LOVE the 5 principles the authors chose to focus on-- while they are not new I was captured with the intriguing way they were presented-- a way that helps you understand more of what it is that will truly bring you lasting joy.
Some I already live by, and some I need to work on...
But as the back of the blurb says: "He knows your heart ~ Live your life so you can come to know HIS."
This book can help you do just that!
A PERFECT GIFT-BOOK, or BOOK CLUB BOOK, or just a book to STUDY ON YOUR OWN. These principles have the power to change lives :)
I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS ONE!
About the Authors
DAVID BUTLER by day is a high school religious educator sharing his love for the scriptures and his belief that there is a power for good innate in every human soul. By night he is a fort builder, waffle maker, sports coach, and storyteller for his six favorite little people, also known as his children. Somewhere in between he is a motivational speaker and writer. He also teams with Emily in coauthoring the blog: www.multiplygoodness.com.
EMILY BELLE FREEMAN is a mother of four, a coach’s wife, author of the bestselling A Christ-Centered Christmas, and an adored inspirational speaker. She finds great joy in studying the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. For a few minutes every day Emily forgets about the laundry, leaves the dishes in the sink, and writes. She coauthors a blog that is a stopping place for hearts seeking all that is good: www.multiplygoodness.com.
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