Unglued Devotional: 60 Days of Imperfect Progress
I never really knew how moody and emotional I was until I got married. I guess I can say that as I live every single day getting to know my husband deeper, I have come to also know myself in a deeper level. I realize how easily I get annoyed at even the simplest things and consequently realize that I need God’s grace everyday so I can avoid those negative emotions.
Unglued: Devotional is a 60-day devotional book that contains daily verses, daily thoughts, short devotion and closing prayer.
This devotional takes the readers in a journey to learn to “positively process raw emotions, such as fear, anger, and regret”. I like how author Lysa Terkeurst uses the term “imperfect progress” to describe what the reader will be going through in the next 60 days.
This devotional will not change the reader in an instant. Instead, it stands as a companion as we make it a goal to change the way we react to situations.
I like how Lysa conveys her thoughts in a conversational style that doesn’t seem too distant or overwhelming. She doesn’t make me feel like I’m a bad Christian for not being perfect. It’s like having a good friend tap your back saying “you’re not alone, we can do this”.
This book is actually a companion for the original “Unglued” book so you may want to check that out too. I don’t have it though but it’s all good because you don’t really need to have the “Unglued” book to understand and to relate to this devotional.