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Fixing My Eyes on Jesus by Anne Graham Lotz {Book Review}

Title: Fixing My Eyes on Jesus

Author: Anne Graham Lotz

Genres: Christian Living, Devotional

Publication Date: October 30, 2018

Publisher: Zondervan

Source: Imitation Leather

Purchase: Imitation Leather | Hardcover | Kindle | Christian Book

Synopsis:
This beautiful, daily devotional by Anne Graham Lotz will help you start each morning with a focus on Jesus. Fixing My Eyes on Jesus will encourage, uplift, renew, and challenge you on your spiritual walk. 
Trusted Bible teacher, bestselling author, and CEO of AnGel Ministries Anne Graham Lotz understands how easy it is to lose focus on Jesus and stray off course. Stay on the right path with this beautiful, daily devotional that is perfect for new believers as well as those more seasoned in the faith. Selections from Scripture coupled with Anne’s insightful meditations help you stay connected to the Lord all week. This edition has large type for ease of reading and makes a beautiful gift for a friend or family member of any age.
My Rating
Devotionals are one of the key things I love to read every morning and night to keep my mind on God and Christ. Anne Graham Lotz is a phenomenal writer to me so I was excited to dive into her newest devotional. The devotional is stunning with its burgundy and gold imitation leather. I love it! It is a yearly devotional, so it's dated for any year.

The setup is pretty basic as far as your date at the top, topic, scripture focus and short devotional. The devotional are very real and relate-able I found. I was able to connect to a lot of them. I enjoyed the personal questions thrown throughout the devotional or little "challenges" as they gave me something to pray and journal about.

I do wish this came with prayers or a key point to focus on, but overall, it's a well written devotional and I totally recommend it!

Blessings,

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