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Friday, March 24, 2017

21 Days of Grace Review!!!!

21 Days of Grace:
 Stories that Celebrate God's Unconditional Love 
by 
AND MORE!

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Book Description:

23522365Genre: Devotional  
Release Date: March 24, 2015

Christians have long loved devotionals, but today’s Christians are also developing a strong love for fiction. They want to read stories about characters they can relate to, who experience situations similar to their own, and learn from those examples how to live out their faith. For them, life lessons are more easily absorbed this way. 

21 Days of Grace fits all of these needs. It is a collection of engaging, inspirational short fiction stories written by new, intermediate, and well-known authors including Angela Hunt, Deborah Raney, Cindy Woodsmall, Cecil Murphey, Robin Bayne, and more. 

Like Jesus’ parables, these stories deal with important life issues in a subtle, unpressured manner. And, as Jesus did, the authors follow up with life applications based on the stories, suggesting how the inherent lessons can be applied to the reader’s daily life.


About the Author:

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Kathy Ide is the author of Proofreading Secrets of Best-Selling Authors and the editor/compiler of the Fiction Lover’s Devotional series. She’s a full-time freelance editor and writing mentor, working with Christian authors of all genres at all levels. She teaches at writers’ conferences across the country and is the director of the SoCal Christian Writers’ Conference and the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference. She’s a co-owner of the Christian Editor Network LLC and founder of the four divisions that comprise the CEN: Christian Editor Connection, The Christian PEN: Proofreaders and Editors Network, PENCON, and The PEN Institute. To find out more about Kathy, visit www.KathyIde.com

Guest Post from Kathy Ide:
I’ve always loved Christian fiction, and I’ve seen the power of fiction to touch hearts and change lives, both firsthand and hearing about the experiences of others. But you know, in my quiet times with the Lord, reading a chapter from a novel just doesn’t seem quite appropriate. So a devotional with short fiction stories seemed like a great solution. And you can take these purse-sized devotionals wherever you go, to read when you have a few minutes of down time. It’s a great way to get “inspiration on the go.” And they make fantastic gifts for friends and loved ones.

My Opinion:
Nice Collection! :)  I really liked most of these stories, there were one or two that I didn't like very much, but for the most part they all had very thought provoking and interesting plots.  I loved that at the end each story there was a "Life Application" section, a "moral of the story" if you will! :)  I would have liked if they had started with the scripture like other devotionals do, but having them included throughout the stories was nice to! :)  Overall I enjoyed the thought provoking, Faith message filled, short stories, by well known and new authors a like! :)   

There are SO MANY Songs that go with this book....here are a few of them: "Even If" by MercyMe, "Eye of the Storm (feat. Gabe Real)" by Ryan Stevenson, "Come Alive (Dry Bones)" by Lauren Daigle, "Chain Breaker" by Zach Williams, "Chain Breaker" by Zach Williams, "Never Been a Moment" by Micah Tyler, and "What A Beautiful Name" by Hillsong Worship
Songs etc. May be changed and/or added in the future. ~ASC

Ephesians 2:8-9Acts 15:11Romans 3:24Romans 5:20

~ASC


Giveaway

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To celebrate her tour, Kathy is giving away:
1st – 4th place winners: A set of all four devotionals in the series.
5th & 6th place winners: An autographed copy of 21 Days of Grace with a novel written by one of the contributing authors!!

Click below to enter. Be sure to comment on this post before you enter to claim 9 extra entries! https://promosimple.com/ps/b2cd
*I requested and received this book as a member of Celebrate Lit for the purpose of reviewing it.  This in no way affected my opinion and the above are my true thoughts and feelings about 21 Days of Grace: Stories that Celebrate God's Unconditional Love. ~ASC


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March 23: A Reader’s Brain
March 24: ASC Book Reviews
March 24: autism mom
March 26: The Power of Words
March 27: Lighthouse Academy
March 28: A Greater Yes
March 29: Southern Chelle
March 30: Pause for Tales
March 30: The Scribbler
March 31: Carpe Diem
April 1: Splashesofjoy
April 2: Karen Sue Hadley
April 3: Lane Hill House
April 5: God is Love

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

A Stolen Heart Review!!

A Stolen Heart by Amanda Cabot

Book Description:
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From afar, Cimarron Creek seems like an idyllic town tucked in the Texas Hill Country. But when former schoolteacher Lydia Crawford steps onto its dusty streets in 1880, she finds a town with a deep-seated resentment of Northerners--like her. Lydia won't let that get her down, though. All will be well when she's reunited with her fiancĂ©. But when she discovers he has disappeared--and that he left behind a pregnant wife--Lydia is at a loss about what to do next. The handsome sheriff urges her to trust him, but can she trust anyone in this town where secrets are as prevalent as bluebonnets in spring?

My Opinion:
Hmmmm.....  I was torn with this one.  I've read a short story in a collection by Amanda and loved it.  So I was excited for a chance to read another of her books.  Well.......I liked parts of it and some parts were a touch lacking for me personally.  I LOVED the candy aspects (even though there was nothing mentioned in the book description about it) and in the beginning the mystery was intriguing.  But I figured out the mystery nearly only half way through the book and then it was a little dry once I knew everything, but the characters weren't catching on.  The story as a whole was a little too long for me and I wish the pace had been faster.  I also felt that it started out light hearted and then it changed leads mid-stride and got significantly more serious; which was a little uncomfortable at times.  I wish there had been more candy making/description scenes because I devoured ;) them.  And even though I did have it all figured out, the end scene when the characters figured it out and trapped the bad guy was still a great few scenes.  I just wished it had happened A LOT sooner. :)  Overall there where scenes that I truly enjoyed, but the book as a whole fell a little flat.  If your looking for a book with interesting candy making, business scenes, Faith scenes, and pretty good characters, but not an advanced mystery, this may be the book for you.

Songs: "He Leadeth Me" by The Cluster Pluckers
Songs etc. May be changed and/or added in the future. ~ASC

Romans 8:28

~ASC

*I requested and received this book from Revell for the purpose of reviewing it.  This in no way affected my opinion and the above are my true thoughts and feelings about A Stolen Heart. ~ASC

Monday, March 20, 2017

The Elusive Miss Ellison Review!!!!!!!

The Elusive Miss Ellison by Carolyn Miller

Book Description:
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Pride, prejudice and forgiveness...
Hampton Hall's new owner has the villagers of St. Hampton Heath all aflutter--all except Lavinia Ellison. The reverend's daughter cares for those who are poor and sick, and the seventh Earl of Hawkesbury definitely does not meet that criteria. His refusal to take his responsibilities seriously, or even darken the door of the church, leave her convinced he is as arrogant and reckless as his brother--his brother who stole the most important person in Lavinia's world.

Nicholas Stamford is shadowed by guilt: his own, his brother's, the legacy of war. A perfunctory visit to this dreary part of Gloucestershire wasn't supposed to engage his heart, or his mind. Challenged by Miss Ellison's fascinating blend of Bluestocking opinions, hoydenish behavior, and angelic voice, he finds the impossible becoming possible--he begins to care. But Lavinia's aloof manner, society's opposition and his ancestral obligations prove most frustrating, until scandal forces them to get along. 

Can Lavinia and Nicholas look beyond painful pasts and present prejudice to see their future? And what will happen when Lavinia learns a family secret that alters everything she's ever known


My Opinion:
LOVE IT! :D  I'm a HUGE fan of Jane Austen and Carolyn's style reflects Jane's beautifully!  Actually it has everything I LOVE, but isn't as hard for me to read as Jane's.  And while The Elusive Miss Ellison took a little while for me to get into because it did require a little more brain power than some books ;) , I absolutely LOVED this book!!!  Once I was used to the style and flow the story just carried me away!  I did not want this to end!  These two characters had SO much against them and their relationship!  The turmoil was rampant!!!!! LOL!  The cast of characters is fantastic!  From the good to cheer for and the not so good to get frustrated with, and throw in some in between; everyone brings something different to the table!  Nicholas for one is a character that starts out frustrating and troubled, but transforms into a great hero!  I truly LOVE the Faith messages throughout; this book is filled with the truth of forgiveness and the peace of redemption!!!!  Pride and prejudice yet it's own unique story; I can't WAIT for the next book!!!!!  HIGHLY recommend this one!!!!!!!  

Songs to come, suggestions welcome! :) 
Songs etc. May be changed and/or added in the future. ~ASC

Jeremiah 29:11

~ASC


*I requested and received this book from Kregel for the purpose of reviewing it.  This in no way affected my opinion and the above are my true thoughts and feelings about The Elusive Miss Ellison. ~ASC

Monday, March 13, 2017

Beauty and the Beast BUMMER! :(

Beauty and the Beast is probably one of my favorite tales, if not my favorite one.  SO last year when I heard they were making a live action rendition I was pretty excited! 

Until......I found out two things.

1). the horns they chose to put on the beast are a sign of and related to the devil

and 

2.) they chose to make the character Lafou gay. :(

It's so heartbreaking to me that they ruined the movie this way.  We are bombarded with homosexuality in this day and age and now it's even in the disney movies.

I personally will not be watching this movie and instead I will choose to watch Belle and the Beast A Christian Love Story (Netflix link), and/or read +Melanie Dickerson's The Merchant's Daughter or the The Beautiful Pretender

Friday, March 3, 2017

Murder on the Moor Review and GIVEAWAY!!!!!!!

Murder on the Moor by Julianna Deering

Click here to purchase your copy.

Book Description:
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Mystery Awaits on the Mysterious Yorkshire Moors 

At the urgent request of an old school friend, Drew and Madeline Farthering come to Bloodworth Park Lodge in the midst of the Yorkshire moors, a place as moody and mysterious as a BrontE hero. There have been several worrisome incidents out on the moor--property destroyed, fires started, sheep and cattle scattered--and worst of all, the vicar has been found dead on the steps of the church. 
Drew's friend is obviously smitten with his bride of eight months, though it's hard to imagine what she sees in the awkward man. Drew can't help wondering if her affections lie more with the man's money and estate, while her romantic interests focus on their fiery Welsh gamekeeper. As the danger grows ever closer, it's up to Drew to look past his own prejudices, determine what is really going on, and find the killer before it's too late.


Book: Murder on the MOOR, A Drew Farthering Mystery
Author: Julianna Deering
Genre: Historical Mystery


Release Date: February 2017

About the Author

Deering_Julianna1Julianna Deering is the creator of the acclaimed Drew Farthering Mystery series. She has always loved British history and is a particular fan of the writings of Dorothy Sayers and Agatha Christie. She graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas with a degree in business administration and spent several years as a Certified Public Accountant. She lives outside Dallas, Texas. For more information visit www.juliannadeering.com.

My Opinion:
LOVE IT!!!!!!!  This was my first Drew Farthing mystery AND IT WAS GREAT!!!  I can't wait to read the ones before it!  There were a few things that were mentioned from the previous books, but Julianna added them in a way that I still felt like this was a stand alone and yet made me curious enough to go back and see what I've missed! :D  I also fell in love with her style!  This is a fantastic mystery that left me wondering what could possibly happen next.  By the end I had figured a few things out, but was totally blown away by others!  Which, for me, makes a HIGHLY entertaining read!!!  Drew was a tad frustrating at times, but still a lovely character and his wife was a fast favorite of mine!  Lessons of not judging people by our personal prejudices and past wrongs shine through the twisty mystery plot!  Ever since Jane, Sherlock, and Heathcliff and Cathy's tales I've enjoyed settings on the moors.  And Julianna writes it beautifully!  I could just picture it all and the setting with the small town is just right for this type of story!!!!  I highly recommend this book!!!!
Though I LOVE a book sometimes it's difficult for me to find a song that I think fits.  Sadly this is one of those times :)  What about you?  Have you heard a song that would fit?  Let me know in the comments.
Songs etc. May be changed and/or added in the future. ~ASC

Jeremiah 29:11

~ASC

Giveaway

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 To celebrate her tour, Julianna is giving away a set of the A Drew Farthering Mystery (5 Book Series)!! Click below to enter. Be sure to comment on this post before you enter to claim 9 extra entries! http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/4664b0499


*I requested and received this book as a member of Celebrate Lit for the purpose of reviewing it.  This in no way affected my opinion and the above are my true thoughts and feelings about Murder on the Moor. ~ASC


Blog Stops

March 3: ASC Book Reviews
March 6: Splashes of Joy
March 11: Book by Book
March 12: Radiant Light
March 12: Bigreadersite
March 13: Carpe Diem
March 14: Pause for Tales
March 15: Back Porch Reads

March 15: Baker Kella

Monday, February 13, 2017

A Spy's Devotion Review!!!!!!!

A Spy's Devotion by Melanie Dickerson

Book Description:
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In England’s Regency era, manners and elegance reign in public life—but behind closed doors treason and tawdriness thrive. Nicholas Langdon is no stranger to reserved civility or bloody barbarity. After suffering a battlefield injury, the wealthy, well-connected British officer returns home to heal—and to fulfill a dying soldier’s last wish by delivering his coded diary.

At the home of the Wilherns, one of England’s most powerful families, Langdon attends a lavish ball where he meets their beautiful and intelligent ward, Julia Grey. Determined to maintain propriety, he keeps his distance—until the diary is stolen and all clues lead to Julia’s guardian. As Langdon traces an evil plot that could be the nation’s undoing, he grows ever more intrigued by the lovely young woman. And when Julia realizes that England—and the man she is falling in love with—need her help, she finds herself caught in the fray. Will the two succumb to their attraction while fighting to save their country?


My Opinion:
:D  I devoured this book and I've realized that's always what happens with Melanie's books!!!!  The only problem I find myself in is when I must FORCE myself to put the book down and get some sleep! LOL!  Julia is a character that is dear to my heart.  She tries SO hard to please and do what's right in societies eyes.  But when it comes down to it she is brave and capable!  There were a few times at the end that it got a tad too frustration with Julia and Nicholas needing to talk, but circumstances kept getting in their way!  I do dearly LOVE how Melanie finally get's them together to talk, but it could have come a couple of scenes earlier!!!!! LOL!  I think my favorite character in the whole book is Nicholas's sister Leorah, and I'm SO excited that the next book has her in the lead!  I can't WAIT to read it!!!!!!!  Overall there are SO many things I LOVED about this book, but I don't want to give anything away!!!!  I HIGHLY recommend it! ;0)

Songs: "Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)" by Chris Tomlinx
Songs etc. May be changed and/or added in the future. ~ASC

Jeremiah 29:11, Proverbs 3:5-6, Isaiah 55:8-9

~ASC

Monday, February 6, 2017

Moving Target Review!!!!!!!

Moving Target by Lynette Eason

Book Description:
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When Maddy McKay and Quinn Holcombe don't show up for Quinn's surprise birthday party, his friends know that something is very wrong. Their search turns up little beyond evidence that Quinn and Maddy just decided to take off for a long overdue vacation. But it soon becomes apparent that they did not leave of their own accord.

Maddy awakens in a cement room with no idea where she is. But it's not long before she realizes she's in the clutches of a madman exacting revenge by hunting. His prey of choice? Humans. Now Maddy and Quinn must run for their lives, hoping to find their killer before the next game begins. Because if they don't win this game, they die.


My Opinion:
WOW!!!!!!!  :D  This is the best of the series thus far!!!  I've been following this series and was a little wary when starting this one, because I felt like the last book repeated the plot from the first book.  But Moving Target is completely unique, twisty, and HIGHLY entertaining!!!! :D  I was emotionally engaged; frustrated at times, on the edge of my seat at others, and devouring this story all the way around!  The characters are fantastic and I LOVE how things from the last books come back into play in this one.  The mystery kept me guessing all the way until the end!  Plus there's extra personal mysteries and secrets!  And the little doses of humor were dashed in nicely!  I can't WAIT for the next in this series and I HIGHLY recommend this one!!!!!

Songs: "Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)" by Chris Tomlin and "Mended" by Matthew West
Songs etc. May be changed and/or added in the future. ~ASC

Proverbs 3:5-6


~ASC

*I requested and received this book from Revell for the purpose of reviewing it.  This in no way affected my opinion and the above are my true thoughts and feelings about Moving Target. ~ASC

Friday, February 3, 2017

The Garden CD Review and GIVEAWAY!!!

The Garden by Kari Jobe

Grammy nominated Kari Jobe is the premiere female worship leader in Christian music. Coming off her last live album, Majestic, which featured the worship anthem “Forever” and radio hit “I Am Not Alone," Kari Jobe has returned to the studio to record her new album, The Garden, full of brand new worship anthems for the church and for personal reflection. Finding inspiration from life’s joys and hardships, Kari leans into the firm foundation of Christ through it all.

KARI JOBE
THE GARDEN

It’s said for everything there is a season. Winter. Spring. Summer. Fall. One by one, we experience these seasons throughout our lives. Our souls grow dark and weary in the thick of winter, and just when we think we can’t endure another cold night, we recognize the first signs of spring. Slow and unexpected, welcome shades of green break through the frozen ground. Sometimes our Creator uses His own creation to remind us that even amidst winter’s chill He is always at work. For it’s in the unseen where life’s most beautiful moments take shape. Worship leader Kari Jobe knows this to be true in her own life, and on her fourth album, The Garden (Capitol CMG), she invites listeners to drink of the wellspring of hope she’s found in the midst of unimaginable tragedy.


Jobe has earned the right to speak from experience. She’s become a trusted friend to listeners throughout a career that includes more than 1 million albums sold, a GRAMMY® nomination, multiple Dove Awards and praise from the New York Times. She’s amassed 173 million career streams and is the most-followed female CCM artist on social media with a following that exceeds 3.5 million. Beyond the stats, Jobe’s timeless songs have carried countless listeners to the feet of Christ over and over again. Her voice has become a soundtrack to people’s lives, and The Garden is well-equipped to bring healing in the midst of pain.


While The Garden planted the songwriter back in the studio following 2014’s critically-acclaimed live recording, Majestic—which won a GMA Dove Award for Praise and Worship Album of the Year—the new album is also rooted in a series of personal transition and remarkable grief for the singer and her family. In the past two years, Jobe married her husband Cody Carnes and moved from her hometown of Dallas, Texas, to Nashville, where the couple bought their first home and had a baby. With due dates three months apart, Jobe and her sister, Kris, were excited to be pregnant at the same time. Yet, in the midst of happy life changes, heartbreak struck. Seven-and-a-half months into her pregnancy, Kris gave birth to a stillborn daughter, James Ivy. Jobe, four months pregnant with her son at the time, was devastated.


“It just shattered my heart. It was so, so hard,” Jobe shares. “It wrecked me—just the weight of unanswered prayers. I was trying to walk in peace when I didn’t feel peaceful and find my rest when my spirit didn’t feel rested.”


Aching for her sister, Jobe was simultaneously anxious for the safety of her own child. On February 18, 2016, a healthy Canyon Carnes entered the world. “It’s hard to celebrate life, but to be grieving with your sister,” Jobe admits, adding that knowing Canyon’s name ahead of time gave her strength through the remainder of her pregnancy after the loss of her niece. “God gave us his name even before this whole thing took place,” she says. “Canyon means a deep ravine for water to flow through. Canyons are formed through storms, so the fact that God gave me his name was so peaceful to me… I was thankful He gave me his name for that season.”


While the birth of her son was undoubtedly a milestone to celebrate, her sister’s loss weighed heavy on her heart. Yet, a reminder of God’s kindness came in a surprising way. As Jobe held Canyon in her arms, she stood looking out the kitchen window of her new home. And there in her backyard, she glimpsed the first signs of spring. When she and her husband purchased the house, a garden that resided on the property was overgrown; and though they knew it needed to be tended, they were advised to wait and see what it produced. The result was a breathtaking bounty of harvest. That day, Jobe made her way through the garden—a stark reminder of God’s faithfulness in all circumstances. Looking up, interwoven in the archway, she couldn’t help but smile as she saw what only God could produce: thick, green ivy lacing its way overhead, immediately reminding her of her niece’s namesake.


“Ivy is the most resilient plant there is. It can grow in the harshest of climates; it can grow in the harshest of situations,” Jobe explains, adding, “I’m standing in this garden. There’s ivy growing, and I just started to realize, ‘God, You’re moving in a way that is different than what I asked for, but You are moving.’ He’s at work and doing things we can’t see.”


The experience yielded the title track for Jobe’s new album and fresh healing for her soul. “Those seeds were planted years ago for it to be the way that it was that day for me, because it wasn’t just last year that they planted all this beautiful ivy. That took years,” she observes. “Something in my spirit started to rustle. Life was coming back. What felt dead in my heart was starting to wake up. It was like I’d been in this place of being numb in my walk with the Lord, but something just started blooming in my heart.”


Her unanswered questions began to grow into songs. As Jobe declared God’s goodness over her own circumstances, He began to transform her heart. “These raw things were coming out of my mouth, so I just started writing,” she shares. “I Will Sing,” written while she was still pregnant, became the first song she penned for this album. Jobe spent the next several months pouring out her emotions one track at a time, collaborating with friends, and eventually recording half of the album in Redding, California, and the other half in Nashville. She and her husband wrote together frequently, and Cody adds vocals on numerous tracks. In addition, Jobe co-wrote with acclaimed songwriters, including Jacob and Amanda Cook of Bethel Music, Brooke Fraser Ligertwood, Ben Fielding, Jason Ingram, Mia Fieldes, Martin Smith and Josh Silverburg, among others. In addition, she covered two songs that she claimed in the midst of loss: Jesus Culture’s “Miracles” and Elevation Church’s “Here As In Heaven.” Jeremy Edwardson (Jesus Culture, Bryan and Katie Torwalt), who helmed Majestic, produced the project.


While songs like “Fall Afresh,” “Heal Our Land” and “Closer to Your Heart” reveal congregational anthems like many of the offerings that have defined Jobe’s career, most of The Garden’s 14 tracks speak to hope in the midst of loss, peace in the midst of uncertainty and God’s presence in the midst of pain. “Oh The Power” vividly recalls another garden where suffering took place, the Garden of Gethsemane. “Jesus went to a garden in His last moments to have intimacy with the Father. It was like He wanted to be surrounded with something that reminded Him of when there was no sin and there was no separation from God,” Jobe says, referencing the garden where mankind began—in Eden. It’s a heavenly space she hopes to invite listeners into with her new album, which, on a sonic level, feels like an overarching narrative backed by a sweeping cinematic score, meant to be savored from start to finish.


“The garden is true intimacy with the Father, and it’s a place where He intended for us as humankind to be surrounded with His creation. There’s life in things that He’s created,” she offers. “I want to lead people into intimacy with the Father. It’s something that’s so important as we walk through stuff in our lives.”


Today, Jobe and her family continue to discover restoration through glimpses of God’s goodness. “The healing that He’s been bringing to my family and the way that He’s met us in our pain, it’s made me realize how many people are going through really intense pain and disappointments and trials,” Jobe offers. “There’s a lot of people who have lost babies or family members out of traumatic experiences. My eyes have been opened to that in a whole new way.”


She’s also viewing her platform in a new light since giving birth to Canyon. “I feel more of a maternal instinct now in my worship leading, even declaring things over people,” she shares, adding, “At the end of the day, my favorite thing now is just to be on the floor playing with blocks and reading books. Nothing else really matters. If I just became his momma and a wife, I’m fine with that. I just feel more settled than I’ve ever felt in my life.”


In the time leading up to The Garden, Jobe has experienced both indescribable joy and unimaginable pain. Life and death, side by side. Yet, through it all, she’s found God to be inextricably faithful because she’s learned to trust the Gardner and the beautiful, unseen ways He tends to our hearts.

“Everyone who’s seen something grow out of the dust realizes God was up to something in the midst of pain and questions. He never promised that it would be easy or that it would be pain-free, but that He would never leave us or forsake us,” Jobe offers, adding, “I’m more aware of His presence than I think I’ve ever been. God has surrounded us with things that will be life-giving if we take a moment to realize it. God’s always at work in our lives. He truly does go before us and prepares the way for the journey ahead.”


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Video: https://www.dropbox. com/s/5jvotodadf7q288/The% 20Garden%20Clip_1.mp4?dl=0

My Opinion:
When I first listened to this cd it was a good cd to listen to while I was working on something else.  The songs are mellow with nice music, and that cover art is gorgeous.  I thought most of the lyrics beautiful and LOVED some of them.  Then I lost a very dear friend of mine, and when I listened to this cd again the songs took on a whole new light.  I feel these songs are exactly what Kari wrote them to be, a balm to the soul, comfort to the wounded heart, and a great reminder in times of sorrow!  I've always loved Kari's voice and her soothing tone flows from song to song speaking to mournful hearts.  I feel that if you need a cd to draw you through your grief into peace or just something to relax to, then this is the cd for you!

*I received a copy of this cd for the purpose of reviewing it.  This in no way affected my opinion and the above are my true thoughts and feelings. ~ASC


GIVEAWAY!!!!
This Giveaway is open to residents of continental U.S and Canada only.

Have you listened to Kari's music before?  What's your favorite song from her?
Leave a comment below with your email address to enter to win 
a copy of Kari Jobe's "The Garden"!!!!!

Giveaway closes the 7th of Feb.
“Disclosure (in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255:  “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”): Many thanks to Propeller Consulting, LLC for providing this prize for the giveaway.  Choice of winners and opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation.  I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post.
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