When the Crown Cracks…: 28 Doable Devos for When Life’s Not a Fairy Tale by Sophia Joy [REVIEW]

SYNOPSIS

We are daughters of the King and royal crown-bearers in his kingdom. But even princesses experience times when life’s not a fairy tale and our royal crowns seem cracked and broken. Fortunately, God can repair our racked crowns and heal our pain. When the Crown Cracks walks through a process of repair with encouragement, comfort, and action. Following Bible verses and practical steps, we can learn to trust God even in the ardest circumstances and discover his perfect happily ever after. When the Crown Cracks includes 28 daily devotions, each focusing on five action areas that build trust and faith:

C is for Comfort. Read and reflect on Bible erses that show how much God cares for you and wants to hold you through challenging situations.

R is for Respect. For princesses with a cracked crown, these simple reminders will help you respect yourself, your feelings, and God.

O is for Outward Thinking. The simplest way to make life seem a little easier is to lend your hand to someone else by taking a moment to remember life exists outside your struggle.

W is for Workout. Physically release stress hile giving yourself a natural boost from an elite endorphin rush with these workout suggestions.

N is for Nutrition. Pass over the bonbons—it’s time to focus on foods that improve your mood and claim your princess pride.

REVIEW

I spent the last four weeks learning how to truly be the daughter of The King. I love how this study focuses on both inward and Outward growth as well has physical health and well-being.

I also want to thank the beautiful ladies of Southern Girlfriends Book Club for your honest, sincere support.

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