Always Enough, Never Too Much – 100 Devotions to Quit Comparing, Stop Hiding & Start Living Wild and Free
I was excited to have the opportunity to read this one of a kind devotional. I have definitely read my fair share of devotional books but this one was different. I loved the fact that it’s a flip book. Imagine reading a book by two amazing authors, Jess Connolly & Hayley Morgan as they each tackle a plethora of situations while providing amazing insights that affect our everyday many lives. If I can stop for a moment and be transparent there has been several days when I have struggled with life and business problems that many times left me second guessing myself and decisions that I made for my future.
At first glance if you’ve ever had a flip book as a child you feel that inner childish excitement that you once felt when you had those flip books. When you begin the book you have the option to select the side that best suits you when you start the devotion. The book consists of 100 devotions, on the Never Too Much for God side there are 50 devotions and when you flip the book there is another 50 devotions on the Always Enough for God.
As an avid book reader I can appreciate a great book. Let’s add in the amazing color scheme of the covers. They’re very appealing to the reader and eye-catching to the eye when you’re skimming through the inspirational aisle in the book store.
I decided to start with the Always Enough Devotional side because many times I may seem like I have it all together but honestly its by the Grace of God and continuous prayer that I have come as far as I have. I often find myself asking is this enough, am I doing all that I know to do or am I doing enough. Even though I serve in Ministry as a Kingdom Leader, Sister and Mother there are still times that I question myself. To clarify I never question God because I have always believed that everything happens the way that our heavenly Father planned them but I still have those moments.
The Always Enough side a plethora of topics and here’s a few that stood out for me.
- Even When You Doubt
- Even When You Feel Behind
- Even When You Have To Say No
- Even If You Don’t Fit In
- Even When You Make Mistakes
- Even When You Need Affirmation
- Even When You Don’t Have A Vision
- Even When You Don’t Have Enough Energy
- Even When You Don’t Feel Beautiful
- Even When You’re Worried About Success
- Even When Your To-Do List Is Never-Ending
- Even When You Can’t Do Everything for Everyone
I throughly enjoyed the design of the book. I often found myself flipping back and forth. On the flip side of the book, you will find the You Are Never Too Much side which consist of another set of topics. These are a few of the devotional topics that stood out for me:
- Even When You Have Goals
- Even When You Have a Lot of Ideas
- Even You Have Strong Opinions
- Even When You Need Help
- Even When Your Thoughts Go Deep
- Even When You Have Ambition
- Even When You You’re Vulnerable
- Even When You’re Celebrating
- Even When You’re Busy
- Even When You’re Always About God for You
- Even When You Have Big Dreams
- Even When You’re Too Analytical
All in all I can honest say that this is by far one of my favorite books. This devotional is one that will live for generations to come and is a perfect fit for teenagers to elderly. The book is an easy read and perfect for traveling, throwing in your purse, reading in the park or a great boost of motivation to start or end your day. I’ve always been a person who believes in making affirmations and being intentional so this book was the perfect addition to my lifestyle. Since reading it I can truly say that it has helped me put many things into perspective and taught me that it’s okay to not always be perfect. God loves us no matter what.
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