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Devotional Review Ellie Claire

Choosing a devotional

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A few weeks ago I told you about the Ellie Claire Art Journals. These were based on the tradition of illuminating the text and teach these techniques along with giving you space to journal.

Today, I was given the opportunity to share my opinion on her 365-day devotional series, which include three different devotionals. Ellie Claire products are known for artful imagery and these devotionals are no exception. Each devotional has an artistic and beautiful design. The cover is a thin semi-hard material that is sturdy but allows for some give. The interior pages seem to be around 20lb weight. I would probably use an ink pen with the journal rather than a marker to be sure it does not bleed through. They can be found on Amazon and Barnes & Noble for around $15 – $17, which is a great price for such quality.

Devotional Review Ellie Claire

The first devotion I will introduce is The Earth Is the Lord’s and Everything in It. The cover features two teal peacocks perched majestically in a blossoming tree. The underlying theme of this devotional focuses on nature as the creative expression of God. The devotions and quotes within the journal connect back to God as a creator and aspects of nature and lessons we can learn from them. Each page includes a title, one verse, a short narrative, a brief prayer and a lined section for journaling.

Amazon:
http://bit.ly/EarthonAmazon

Barnes & Noble:
http://bit.ly/EarthonBN

Another devotional in the collection is “Peace Begins with Me” The cover is a marbled mixture of mint green with a touch of blue and the title is embossed in gold. The journal is designed to help readers find peace by pursuing God. The scripture choices are those that describe God and His plan for His people. The devotions focus on illustrations that help us draw closer to God through knowledge and understanding. If you experiencing anxiety or unrest than this may be a great choice to grow in confidence as a child of God.

Amazon:
http://bit.ly/PeaceonAmazon

Barnes & Noble:
http://bit.ly/PeaceonBN

The last journal is Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus and the cover is a bright pattern of pink and peach flowers such as carnations and hydrangeas (my favorite). The theme of this devotion is discovering God’s grace in our daily life with meditations that help us focus on how God is working in our lives.

Amazon:
http://bit.ly/EyesonAmazon

Barnes & Noble:
http://bit.ly/EyesonBN

All of these would be a great companion for your quiet time. What is your favorite devotional? Do you use a devotional in your quiet time?

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