Beloved 365 Devotions for Young Women: A Book Review

Beloved: 365 Devotions for Young Women is a topical devotional that uses the inspiring stories of girls and women in the Bible—such as Ruth, Esther, Mary, and Abigail—to encourage faith and confidence as well as provide insight into topics like relationships, inner beauty, and chasing your dreams.

Each day features an easy-to-read, relevant devotion paired with a scripture verse about a biblical girl or woman, as well as journaling space to help readers reflect on the day’s message. With honest, poignant, and sometimes humorous text, every page will speak to the pressures and changes girls face, giving them real-world applications to find God in their hearts and in their lives. Perfect for everyday use, Beloved will resonate with girls searching for truth and guidance. Gift givers will love this highly designed book featuring a beautiful, foiled cover, two-color interior pages, and a ribbon marker.

My Review: What a beautiful devotional! I love the design and size of this book. I believe this is the first time I’ve seen a daily devotional written specifically for young women and I think it is fantastic.

This book has 365 devotions, one for every day of the year and each devotion highlights inspiring stories from women and girls of the bible. What an awesome way for young women to connect more with the women of the bible as well as discover more about themselves as women and their relationship with God and others. Each devotional includes a scripture, devotion and a space for note taking or prayer.

This would make an excellent gift for young women. Highly recommended.

*I received a copy of this book free of charge from Handlebar in exchange for my honest review.

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