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God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea: Experiencing…

God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea: Experiencing God in the Midst of Everyday…

by Rose Johnson

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Rose Chandler Johnson’s book, God, Me And Sweet Tea, may be small, but it packs a big punch! I loved the way this devotional guide combines Johnson’s personal experiences and insights with truths from God’s word. Each day, Johnson shares from her heart including a key Scripture verse along with additional verses to explore. She provides prompts for journaling and a simple prayer to get the dialog with God started. I especially like the prayer focus for each day. The unique prayer points got me out of my box and thinking about others and their needs. Perfect for busy women, God, Me And Sweet Tea can help you spend some much needed quiet time with God. With Mother’s Day coming up, consider getting a copy for that special woman in your life.


Audience: adult women.

(Thanks to the author and LitFuse for a review copy. All opinions expressed are mine alone.) ( )
  vintagebeckie | Apr 30, 2015 |
I received this book in exchange for honest review. I received God, Me, and Sweet Iced Tea: Experiencing God in the Midst of Everyday Moments, in exchange for honest review The book was written by Rose Chandler Johnson.

In the first chapter, the author discusses how we need to taste God to see how good he is. Then, you have suggested readings, such as Psalm 145:7 and Nahum 1:7. You also will answer the questions, followed by prayer, a sweet moment, and a prayer focus.

The book is a good devotional. I love the short format, great for when you have a few minutes of downtime. I did a devotional the other day, while sitting in the WIC office, waiting for an appointment

Other chapters, which I need to focus on is the one about stopping complaining; actions speak louder than words; obedience is better than sacrifice, and a perfect peace ( )
  staciewyatt | Apr 26, 2015 |
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