31 Days of Hope – Devotions in the Storm by Peter Caligiuri [REVIEW]


This is first a book of hope. The Corona virus outbreak has changed our world since I wrote Thirty-One Days of Hope back in 2017. Though hopelessness is certainly nothing new, this disease that has killed millions of people around the world has made the battle personal for us all. How should we live with the ground under our feet shaking as never before? The simple answer is: just as we should have been doing all along: with faith in God, humility and a willingness to serve others. Being in the grip of a public health emergency offers us multiple opportunities to honor Christ, offer our support to people in need and do our part in guarding against spreading a life-threatening disease. Our first order of business is to keep our eyes on Jesus Christ and our second is to hold on to the hope He gives.


First I want to say thank-you to Pastor Pete for offering this ebook free for Mother’s Day. I will admit that I was so absorbed in the hope in it’s pages that I read 7 or 8 “days” each time I “opened” the cover.

In the crazy, stressful, and often confusing world that we live in, there is a REAL need for HOPE … every single day!

I received this book FREE from the author, publisher, distributor, or other source. My only obligation is to provide a fair and honest review.


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