Christians have long loved devotionals, but today’s Christians are also developing a strong love for fiction. They want to read stories about characters they can relate to, who experience situations similar to their own, and learn from those examples how to live out their faith. For them, life lessons are more easily absorbed this way.
21 Days of Grace fits all of these needs. It is a collection of engaging, inspirational short fiction stories written by new, intermediate, and well-known authors including Angela Hunt, Deborah Rainey, Cindy Woodsmall, Cecil Murphey, Robin Bayne, and more.
Like Jesus’ parables, these stories deal with important life issues in a subtle, unpressured manner. And, as Jesus did, the authors follow up with life applications based on the stories, suggesting how the inherent lessons can be applied to the reader’s daily life.
Ok, I absolutely loved this book. It is a wonderful hand-sized hardback book that is perfect to stick in your purse and take with you. The authors that contributed to it are all wonderful and I enjoyed all the stories. Stories with themes or morals are my favorite. I am mostly a fiction reader and these little stories with their insights were perfect for me.
Anyway, this was different and absolutely something everyone should have. A 5/5 for me.
Thank you to the publisher for the review copy of this book (via CelebrateLit). I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.