Do you ever have that kind of day where things don't go the way you want them to go? Well, if you are having a hard day or you are facing some challenges in your life....please go out and buy this book called,
by David Butler & Emily Belle Freeman
The kind of day that hints toward disappointment, discouragement, and the possibility of failure.
Maybe you are facing tasks that seem beyond your ability to accomplish, or a stack of things left undone.
Or perhaps today holds unexpected adventure, filling your heart with the anticipation of good things to come.
Or maybe today you found yourself weary from waiting on the Lord or in need of courage to face the unknown.
Yes, it's quite possible that this day is one of those.
But maybe today could be different.
Maybe today the sun came up just like it always does, and you rolled out of bed just like you always do, and you knew it was going to be one of those days. But maybe today could be different. What does your soul need? What do you long for? This path that you are on, where is it taking you? How do you fill your unscheduled moments? Is your heart content? Perhaps you feel as if you are missing something. If you want life to satisfy your soul, you have to start living the soul-satisfying life.
Maybe Today describes five holy patterns that, when lived daily, will lead to the soul-satisfying life
Tilt Your Soul
Let Down Your Bucket
Tune Your Heart
Take Off Your Shoes
Be All In
In this art-filled piece, the authors create a masterful collection of thoughts and ideas surrounding Jesus Christ being that link to a soul-satisfying life. With the beauty of photography and words from some of the most inspirational individuals, dip into the spiritual pool.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
DAVID BUTLER by day is a high school religious educator sharing his love for the scriptures and his belief that there is a power for good innate in every human soul. By night he is a fort builder, waffle maker, sports coach, and storyteller for his six favorite little people, also known as his children. Somewhere in between he is a motivational speaker and writer. He also teams with Emily in coauthoring the blog: www.mulitplygoodness.com.