Book Review: Grace, Hope and Love: My Daily Devotional by Johnny Hunt

Grace, Hope and Love: My Daily Devotional by Johnny Hunt

Published October 24th, 2017 by Thomas Nelson

Genres Nonfiction, Christian

Pages 336


Grace, Hope, and Love is an inspirational weekly devotional that will encourage and instruct your heart in the ways of the Lord. Fifty-one Southern Baptist pastors and ministry leaders wrote these wise and insightful daily devotions on the timeless topics of the grace, hope, and love God offers His children. Reflect on each daily entry with Scripture passages, a devotion, and a prayer. The eighth annual MyDaily® devotional, compiled by Johnny Hunt, will be an excellent addition to your daily quiet time as you seek to draw near to the Lord. The unique viewpoints of 51 respected church leaders, including Dr. James Merritt, Dr. Ronnie Floyd, Dr. Grant Ethridge, Dr. Don Wilton, Dr. Ted Traylor, and Dr. Michael Cloer, offer you deep wisdom and insight into the heart of God toward His children. Grace, Hope, and Love will be a beautiful gift as well as a top choice for those looking for a biblically solid and practical yearlong devotional.

The cover of this devotional book is beautiful, with the leather and stitching. One of the things that I liked about this devotional is that each week a different pastor from the South wrote the devotionals for that week. Like most traditional devotional books, each day contains a Biblical passage, a corresponding story or lesson from that week’s author and a prayer at the end. And unlike many smaller devotionals, this is a full size book so the pages and font are a normal size and easy to read. The focus of this devotional is to “guide readers in the way that God wants Christians to live – through grace, hope and love of Jesus Christ.” I look forward to reading the rest of the devotionals.

Thank you to the publisher for sending me a review copy of this devotional book.


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