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Live Loved by Margaret Feinberg

Adult colouring books are all the rage. So, what about a colouring books that helps you think about scripture and think about God? That is what Live Loved by Margaret Feinberg is all about.

This is a lovely book. After the introduction, each verse has a two page spread. The left page has the verse and space to journal and reflect on the verse. The right page has the verse written in a lovely script and surrounded by lots of patterns and flowers to colour. Each one is unique and lovely.

I am looking forward to using this book as part of my devotions in the New Year. As a young mom, I am going to have to be very deliberate and intentional about setting apart time to use this book as it is intended. But I am looking forward to being forced to slow down and focus on the word of God. And I enjoy having another outlet to use my creativity. Especially one that will help to remind me time and time again that I am a child of God. I think the best thing about this book is that there is not right or wrong way to use it. I am enjoying finding out what is going to work the best for me.


Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.

Comments

Thank you for the great review! I am thrilled that it is a resource to draw others to meditating on the Lord and the love that He has for us. Hugs & Happy Colouring!
-Margaret

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