Guidepost magazine has been an inspiration to millions of readers for over 65 years. I remember my mother reading that small magazine; and after she died, my father continued getting it. He would always share his issues with me after he finished reading every article. The vast backgrounds of the authors and their heartfelt stories are what drew me to trying a DAILY GUIDEPOST devotional.
Told in first person, each day's story is a testament to God's presence in our lives. A Bible verse helps center our attention to the day's theme and additional Bible references are included for those wishing to dig deeper. The theme for 2016, the 40th edition of DAILY GUIDEPOSTS, is "Abide in me." A "Fellowship Corner" follows at the end of the book which gives more information about the authors, and a detailed index allows readers to search by topic. That is a great feature if you keep your devotionals and use them for church talks, visits to nursing homes, and such. Sometimes you just need to go back and reread a message that truly spoke to your needs. I must confess that I've gathered some DAILY GUIDEPOSTS from previous years and I still read them. One I keep at our vacation cabin, so I always have something inspirational to read myself and to share with others who use the cabin. For those who are hard to buy for on your Christmas list, for those who live alone, for those who need encouragement, and especially for yourself, give this lovely small gift. Join the million plus readers of this staple of inspiration.
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Here is a direct link to the Daily Guidepost 2016
I received a copy of DAILY GUIDEPOSTS 2016 from Family Christian for review purposes.