This ebook includes the full text of the book plus three exclusive 14-day topical readings from Sarah Young not found in the hardcover!
Life today is full of difficulties—loss, sadness, anxiety, fear, and uncertainty. In the midst of these challenges, joy and contentment often feels impossible or out of reach.
Experience Jesus' message of joy today and every day with this 365-day devotional from New York Times bestselling author Sarah Young.
Jesus has more in store for you than a life of striving, pain, and discontent. Take the time to draw near to Him with Jesus Always, and you will discover how to:
Intimately and gently connect with Jesus—the One who meets you where you areIdentify joy-filled reminders from the BibleProcess challenging situations, anxiety, and grief with a hopeful perspectiveStrengthen your faith and your relationship with Jesus
Jesus Always includes:
365 days of Bible-based devotionsScripture references for each devotionpersonal reflections from Saraha ribbon marker
Written as if Jesus Himself is speaking directly to you, Jesus Always invites you into a new way of living—a life of joy.
Look for additional life-changing, life-giving books from Sarah Young including:
Jesus Calling for Moms
Jesus Calling for Christmas
Removed the Verses
Sarah Young’s devotionals have had a transformative effect on my life. Thank you, Sarah!
As someone who likes to highlight each day’s devotional, I miss being able to highlight the verses, since they are now only cited and not quoted.
I have downloaded a lot of Sarah Young books. I love them all! I highly recommended them! I love this book, but they have removed the full Scriptures on this one and Jesus Calling. One of the main reasons I downloaded it on apple books, is so I could read it at any time and not carry the hard copy books with me. I love to have the full scriptures at the end so I don’t have to look each one of them up. Please put them back! These books are awesome and help a lot, and it would help many people if the full Scriptures back at the end of the devotional. I have heard some people say they like the books, but they don’t want to take time to look up the full scriptures on the end.