➿ Putting On the Spirit Free ➶ Author Katie Hornor – Buyphenergan500.us

Putting On the Spirit For Busy Moms Of All Ages And In All Stages Of Life We All Know What It Is Like To Be Busy And We All Have Times When We Wish We Weren T So Busy The Question Is, How Do You Feed Your Soul In The Busy Seasons This One Month Study Of The Fruit Of The Spirit Will Challenge You To Examine Yourself In Light Of The Scriptures And Give You Something To Apply To Your Life Each Day And The Best Part Is That Each Day S Study Can Be Done In Just TEN MINUTES Or Less Comes With A Free Downloadable Workbook On The Author S Website.

    10 thoughts on “➿ Putting On the Spirit Free ➶ Author Katie Hornor – Buyphenergan500.us


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    You may have seen the other posts I did about this devotional an introduction post and a giveaway post which is now over and my enthusiasm for this keeps growing I just sent it as a gift to a friend because I knew that she would appreciate it and since it s so Biblically sound that she would make good use of it We are now talking of working through it together with a daily email or text and and a weekly Facetime or Skype chat I m excited The book description from says this For busy moms of all ages and in all stages of life We all know what it is like to be busy And we all have times when we wish we weren t so busy The question is, how do you feed your soul in the busy seasons This one month study of the fruit of the Spirit will challenge you to examine yourself in light of the Scriptures and give you something to apply to your life each day And the best part is that each day s study can be done in just TEN MINUTES or less Foreword by Heidi St John Comes with a free downloadable workbook on the author s website These devotionals are truly 10 minutes or less, depending on how much time you devote to doing them Perfect for this home school mom and other moms who just find themselves too busy to devote to 1 2 hour or hour studies but still want to read the Word of God It s said that even those who aren t religious can use this study, b...


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    Katie Hornor, author of Putting on the Spirit, does a great job pulling together scripture and encouragement into a tight little package that doesn t feel short, quick, or superficial Her organization is a dream for me I love it when studies are divided by day It s a sickness, actually Her introduction lays out the play so that you know exactly what to expect and how to proceed.Each day has very specific tasks that are designed to help you dig into the scripture and unpack the meaning behind it Some days suggest writing out scripture while others may have questions that allow you to really focus on application of the concept to your life Katie has a way of writing it so that it is both general enough to apply to many people while being specific enough that it feels that she wrote it directly to you The lessons are great for moms everywhere helping us focus on how to be strong or weak, how to find joy in simple, every day tasks, or how to let go of control to find true peace.Katie s use of the term Super Mom always brings me back to the focus of the study The key term gives me a touchstone to bring me back to the heart of the study It s not about being a Super Mom according to the world s definition If we get our perception of who we are...


  3. says:

    This devotional was wonderful Katie does a terrific job showing us how we can lay aside our Supermom capesyou know, trying to do everything in our own strengthso that we clothe ourselves with the Fruit of the Spirit She takes us through the fruit found in Galatians 5 22 23 in just 10 minutes a day Katie has also written a FREE workbook to go along with the devotional The link to the companion workbook is included in Katie s introduction Yes, we are all ...


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    I can see myself turning to this book over and over again and suggesting it to all the young mothers I visit with Attention all Supermom want a be women You need this study DON T think, I don t have time for Bible Study DON T think, Oh no, another book to make me feel guilty DON T think, I ve tried stuff like this...


  5. says:

    This devotional book goes through each of the 9 Fruits of the Spirit and spends 2 to 3 days exploring them further and helping you apply them to your real life Love ,Joy, Peace ,Long Suffering Patience , Meekness Kindness , Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness, and Temperance Self Control Each devotional...


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    Katie asks questions within the devotional to get readers thinking about what scripture verses actually mean and to help us to see how to apply them to our everyday lives We are encouraged to take action Choose joy, resist acting out in anger choosing love instead , live in peace, to become longsuffering..And being the word person that I am, I also love that Katie has chosen to focus on many words She spends time drawing out thei...


  7. says:

    Very good devotional book Easy to use and make something holy from the limited moments in busy days.


  8. says:

    Are you a Busy mom Or are you maybe just looking for a quick devotion to fit in your day Well, if either of these sounds like you, this will be a great devotional for you.This past year has been a crazy year for us and I have struggled with doing my daily devotions I am a busy mom of 4 kids though a mom with any number of kids can be busy It so happened that I was able to join the launch team for Putting on the Spirit So I did receive this book for free to review and give my honest opinion on it.Katie broke down Galatians 5 22 23 down into 28 days of devotions They are very short and easy to do She also has you do some writing If you aren t used to writing down things during devotion time, this is a great way to get started.I love how she incorporates other passages of scripture to further emphasize the Fruit of the Spirit you are learning about for the day It really helps to emphasize and understand the point that is being made.Overall, I really like this quick devotional I...


  9. says:

    It was okay I got annoyed with the constant reference to supermom I do not feel that I have a problem with that, so a lot of the book was unrelatable to me, personally It was generally assumed by the author that the audience for this book is moms who try to be supermom and convincing them to ta...

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