Grace A. Johnson
New and Upcoming Releases!
Updated: May 15, 2021
I have absolutely no idea how to introduce this post, so I'm just going to dive right in!
I have several wonderful books that I'd like to share with you--but not only that, I have a boatload of awesome quote graphics (some of which I made)!
One of the amazing things I have been learning more and more about these past few months is Heaven. Particularly through Kat Kerr's revelation and experiences, I have been able to not only vividly picture God's country in the sky, but I've also learned more about Him and what He has prepared for His children! It is truly awesome!
So, when I learned about Dr. Reggie Anderson's 90-devotional, Appointments with Heaven, I knew I had to share! You can check the book out here, or read the description below (or both; I mean, why settle for one?).
When Dr. Reggie Anderson is present at the bedside of a dying patient, something miraculous happens. Sometimes as he sits vigil and holds the patient’s hand . . . he can experience what they feel and see as they cross over. Because of these God-given glimpses of the afterlife—his “appointments with heaven”—Reggie knows beyond a doubt that we are closer to the next world than we think. Join him as he shares remarkable stories from his life and practice, including the tragedy that nearly drove him away from faith forever. He reveals how what he’s seen, heard, and experienced has shaped what he believes about living and dying; how we can face the passing of our loved ones with the courage and confidence that we will see them again; and how we can each prepare for our own “appointment with heaven.” Soul-stirring and hope-filled, Appointments with Heaven is a powerful journey into the questions at the very core of your being: Is there more to life than this? What is heaven like? And, most important: Do I believe it enough to let it change me?
Meanwhile, Gretchen Saffles's newest book, The Well-Watered Woman, takes us deeper into God's Word and what it means in our lives! (Not to mention the graphics below are just beautiful.)
Discover the bottomless, refreshing Well of God’s Word—and experience a fullness and peace beyond your circumstances.
In the chaos of our everyday, it can be difficult to live out and apply the truths of Scripture. We want more of Jesus, but we find ourselves looking to our own lives and accomplishments for our worth and identity. And while that may buoy us for a time, we’re often left feeling dried up, discouraged, and longing for more.
Gretchen Saffles knows what it’s like to feel overwhelmed and unable to flourish. In The Well-Watered Woman, Gretchen leads us to the Well of fullness, the Word of freedom, and the Way of fruitfulness. She teaches that God’s Word will satisfy us for all eternity.
Using Scripture and her own personal story of surrender, Gretchen offers spiritually hungry women tangible tools to not only know Jesus more but to live a life that thoroughly enjoys Him, seeks Him, and follows Him into freedom.
And in the fiction realm?
There's The Nature of a Lady by Roseanna M. White. I've been gushing about this book for months now--from my cover reveal post, to my coming soon post, to my preorder announcement.
But guess what's next?
However, that won't be debuting for a few more days. To tide y'all over, I've got a whole host of beautiful graphics to share! Every single word of this book was captivating, so it took a lot for me to narrow it down to my favorite eight quotes! Aren't they just beautiful? (You may have to click on some of the graphics to read them...)
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I bet y'all didn't expect this! Bound and Determined graphics! I've only made a few so far, but let me know what y'all think! I'm pretty excited about them! (By the way, feel free to download any of these for desktop backgrounds, if you'd like. That's actually what I'd created them for, so... Or you can share on Pinterest!)
#boundanddetermined #quotes #graphics #share
Well! *sighs* I think that concludes our pictorial post! I hope y'all enjoyed it, and maybe I've sparked your interest in one of these books!! Which of these quotes are your favorites? Do you have a favorite book full of quotable dialogue or narrative?