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A Spectacle of Glory by Joni Eareckson Tada

A Spectacle of Glory by Joni Eareckson Tada

A Spectacle of Glory by Joni Eareckson Tada

 

I remember when I first learned who Joni Eareckson Tada was.  I was a kid in the 70s and a book and movie were released about her about her life before and after her diving accident.  Paralyzed in her teens, she became a beautiful artist learning to draw with a pen in her mouth.  

Since then, Joni has become a prolific writer of Christian books.  Her latest book is A Spectacle of Glory, a year-long daily devotional subtitled God’s Light Shining through Me Every Day and is co-written with Larry Libby.  

Joni uses the one-page devotions to help the reader learn about glorifying God in every situation.  Each page is dated and contains a Bible verse that you look up in the translation of your choosing.  After reading the verse you read the devotion about the Bible reading.  Finally, there’s a short prayer based on the lesson for that day.  

A Spectacle of Glory is a lovely devotional to start your day with and can be used with your spouse or older children as well.  Joni uses real-life examples from her own experiences to explain the topic of the day.  She then ties the verse and the devotion together as a focus in the closing prayer.  

Not only is A Spectacle of Glory a great book for yourself but it makes a lovely gift as well.  When you share it with other it helps them grow stronger in their faith and truly helps them to learn to glorify God in all things no matter if they’re good or bad.  God uses every experience to make us better people and better examples of Jesus here on Earth. 

Joni Eareckson Tada is no stranger to difficulty and she uses those experiences to bolster and encourage those whom she has contact with.  

 

 

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