Book Review: Too Blessed To Be Stressed

12 Jan

51kizchtjul-_sx355_bo1204203200_Thousands of women have had the pleasure of reading the wit- and near-wisdom-filled books from beloved inspirational humorist, Debora M. Coty. Her Too Blessed To Be Stressed has become a perennial favorite, selling upwards of 46,000 copies since its 2011 release. Now, ready to rescue you from the joy-sucking dully-funks, is an all-new 365-day devotional featuring just-right-sized, truth-filled readings (gift-wrapped in humor) for your heart. The Too Blessed To Be Stressed daily devotional touches on everyday life topics like relationships, love, boundaries, hope, brokenness, and praise, while helping you to arrive at healing, refreshment, and revitalization of spirit, body, and faith.

 

deb-coty-headshot-2Debora Coty is an inspirational speaker and author of the popular book series, Too Blessed To Be Stressed, with over 250,000 copies sold. Her passion is sharing an off-beat blend of biblical truth gift-wrapped in humor, encouragement, and unconventional wisdom with women of all ages. She believes that the stresses of life become manageable when we truly understand God’s blessings. Deb’s wit and insights have helped thousands of women.

 

My Impressions:

Does your busy life — work, home, family — keep you too stressed . . . to be blessed by God? Well, help is here in the form of Deborah Coty’s latest Too Blessed To Be Stressed . .  . Inspiration for Every Day daily devotional. Filled with wit and wisdom, these 365 offerings — one for every day of the year — are a great and quick kickstart for your day or a way to lead you into a deeper of time with God. Each day, Coty shares a scripture verse to reinforce God’s care and love for us, a brief story that feels like a conversation between friends, and a short prayer to start the conversation with God. A great resource for your New Year resolution to find more time with God, Too Blessed To Be Stressed is a recommended read!

Recommended.

Audience: adults.

To purchase this book, click HERE.

(Thanks to Barbour for a complimentary copy. All opinions expressed are mine alone.)

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