That’s right guys, it’s book launch season! Though I’ve only done this once before, it’s one of my favorite seasons!
So, without further ado, I would like to announce that on March 5th, I’m releasing my 3rd devotional called A Proverb A Day! I can hardly believe it!
In January of 2017, I shared a 31-day series on the book of Proverbs on this very blog. At the time, publishing a devotional wasn’t a serious thought in my mind, I was just proud of myself for blogging consistently.
At the beginning of 2018, I started getting my ducks in a row to release another devotional (I want to release one every year and there’s lots of preparation that goes into each launch). I began editing the material that I wanted to publish and had an elaborate plan for the release. It was a crazy goal and an even crazier timeline, but I was excited by the challenge.
Then God told me to take a sabbatical, which you can read all about here.
He wrecked me during that week and taught me more about my heart than I had ever known. I had never given my heart much thought, so that was a pretty uncomfortable week for me. But, after that, I knew what I had been working on and had been excited to release wasn’t right. It wasn’t time.
Then I began reading through the book of Proverbs again and the words just leaped off the page at me. I couldn’t keep all that God was teaching me through this incredible book to myself. So, I dusted off that old material from 2017 and revamped it with what he’s currently saying to me. Soon I’m going to release it out into the world!
Over the next few weeks, in addition to my regular posts, I’ll be sharing more about the book, so stay tuned. Writing this devotional has made a big impact in my life and it’s my hope and prayer that reading it will do the same for you!
What do you think about the book of Proverbs?
What has God been saying to you lately?
If you want more of my writing, you can also check out His Story and My Story, both available on Amazon!
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I was thinking earlier about how I used to read a chapter in Proverbs each day and how I need to return to this discipline. I’m glad I read this today.