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Bloom in God's Promises: Daily Devotions to Walk a Consistent and Confident Pathway with Jesus (Bloom Daily Devotional Series Book 3)

by Mary Rodman

ASIN: B094DP984M

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In order for a flower to bloom, it must first grow. The flower produces a seed or a bulb, and the cycle continues. As a Christian, we have a continuous cycle as well. We bloom and grow. The buds, the blooms and the dying flowers. They are each symbols of our walk with Christ. God will transform you from a bud or dying flower, into a beautiful bloom when you bask in His promises daily.

Read Mary's award winning devotional: Happy Place within these pages. "Picture in your mind your happy place. A place where you are calm, your troubles are few, and you have a peaceful smile on your face. You look off into the distance, and you see someone walking toward you, but you don't recognize Him. This man calls out to you, and suddenly you realize it is Jesus…"

Mary has a way of taking an ordinary day and seeing God's blessings and miracles sprinkled throughout. As we rush through our busy lives, we miss so many of these wonderful "gifts." Take a deep breath, slow down, and enjoy Mary's perspective on living life with our eyes wide open to what God is doing in and around us, every single day. It will bless you to see things from this new awareness of His Presence. Susan Knight, Amazon Customer

Mary's words are from her heart. I can see every story, as if I was standing there watching it happen. I laughed so hard at some of the stories because, life happens in unexpected ways. The stories of her family and friends are heartwarming. TJG, Amazon Customer

Read the Bloom Daily Devotional Series to discover a renewed awareness of Jesus in your life. Through her words, Mary will remind you to BLOOM in all of life's situations. Experience the joy of seeing God daily and learn to walk a consistent and confident pathway with Jesus.

Can you answer the question—Who Are You? There is often a difference between how we perceive ourselves and how God sees us. This question is the cornerstone of Mary's retreat, "Who Are You? Discover the woman God created you to be."
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