Unglued Devotional: 60 Days Of Imperfect Progress by Lysa TerkeurstUnglued Devotional: 60 Days Of Imperfect Progress by Lysa Terkeurst

Unglued Devotional: 60 Days Of Imperfect Progress

byLysa Terkeurst

Paperback | December 18, 2012

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This companion devotional to the bestselling book Unglued provides encouragement to help readers handle emotional struggles.  Including a daily opening Scripture, Thought for the Day, devotion, and closing prayer, this book helps readers begin a 60-day journey in learning to positively process raw emotions, such as fear, anger, and regret. 

Lysa TerKeurst is president of Proverbs 31 Ministries and the New York Times bestselling author of Uninvited and The Best Yes. She writes from her sticky farm table and lives with her family in North Carolina. Connect with her at www.LysaTerKeurst.com.  
Title:Unglued Devotional: 60 Days Of Imperfect ProgressFormat:PaperbackDimensions:208 pages, 7.13 × 5.06 × 0.63 inPublished:December 18, 2012Publisher:Thomas NelsonLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0310320321

ISBN - 13:9780310320326


Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent inspiring, encouraging book for women Lysa TerKeurst is a bestselling author of fifteen books and a national speaker. She is also the president of Proverbs 31 Ministries (www.proverbs31.org), helping women learn to live lives centered on God in the midst of whatever life brings. This devotional was written for the purpose of being a companion book to her bestselling book Unglued, which I have not read. As someone who knows what it is to become unglued, I thoroughly enjoyed each daily devotional. Lysa TerKeurst writes from a woman’s heart to a woman’s heart in such an understanding way. In doing so, she draws attention to God while He uses her words to minister to the reader. Unglued Devotional: 60 Days of Imperfect Progress. If we are honest about it we all can testify to making imperfect progress. Lysa TerKeurst speaks from that place in easy conversational writing. She has put together a wonderful 60-day devotional that I wished could have been longer. It takes less than five minutes to read one day’s devotional, which begins with a scripture reading, followed by a Thought for the Day, and then a short reading usually consisting of a very suitable anecdote from her experience. Some are funny, some are painful to read because they are so familiar, all are encouraging and insightful. Each devotion ends in a very brief prayer that is an easy lead-in for the reader to continue on her own. I like finding good devotionals. This is one of the best I have found. The author does not preach or talk above the reader, or talk down to the reader. She is honest, sincere, and transparent in her writing and addressed common issues in a way that made THIS reader stop and think. If you are wanting to find a devotional that is real to your own life, easy to read, and suitable for those days when you have maybe five minutes to spare … try this one. Unglued Devotional: 60 Days of Imperfect Progress by Lysa TerKeurst is likely to stir your heart and encourage you in your walk with God and in your relationships with the people in your life.
Date published: 2013-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unglued Devotional by Lysa Terkeurst Unglued Devotional by Lysa Terkeurst Do you feel as if you are controlled by your emotions? Do you stuff them in, or do you explode? Can you break free of the cycle of reaction, regret/shame, and reaction? Lysa Terkeurst thinks that we can make our emotions work for us instead of against us. This 60-day devotional compliments her book Unglued. I really enjoy Lysa Terkeurst’s ministry to women. My previous experience with the author was with her Made to Crave book, DVD study, and devotional. I learned a lot from that series, and I am equally challenged and encouraged by the Unglued Devotional, even though I have not yet read the accompanying book. The Unglued Devotional follows the same pattern as the Made to Crave Devotional book. Each devotion is a tasty morsel of information that can be quickly digested in just a few minutes, which is wonderful for a busy woman. Each day contains a scripture verse, a thought for the day, the devotion, and a brief prayer. I have enjoyed this devotional book and look forward to going back through it time and again. I appreciate the ‘down to earth’ nature of Terkeurst’s writing, as it makes me feel like we are good friends having an honest conversation, rather than being preached to by someone out-of-touch with my reality. Even though the devotions are short, I have been able to spring off of the devotions and do more study in the Bible. This is a book that I would recommend to anyone! Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookSneeze®.com http://BookSneeze®.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/waisidx_03/16cfr255_03.html : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
Date published: 2013-03-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Book My third book review for January is for the book “Unglued Devotional, 60 Days of Imperfect Progress”, by Lysa TerKeurst. The book retails for about $14.50 CDN at Chapters and was released on December 13th, 2012. This book is a "daily devotional" book, so there are 60 days, one scripture each day is discussed. It focuses on how most women nowadays have that "unglued" feeling and on how our emotions should be indicators not dictators. Each day starts off with a scripture, then mentions the "Thought for the Day", a 1-4 page explanation on how the author put these into practice in her own life followed by a closing prayer. I enjoyed her viewpoints on things, however sometimes I wish she focused more on how the scripture ties in with the "Thought for the Day" instead of her own experiences. As I had mentioned before in another of my book reviews, I am not really a fan of prayers in a book, I believe prayers should come from the heart and shouldn't just be read as what really is the point in that? The book is very down to earth in how it's written and very easy to understand. Overall, I this book was pretty good, I did enjoy reading it and will be reading it again as my daily devotional for the next 60 days, I give it a 4 out of 5. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book at no charge through BookSneeze.com’s Blogger Review Program in exchange for my honest opinion of this book. I was not required to submit a positive review, opinions expressed in this review are my own.
Date published: 2013-01-15