Life Devotional by Lisa Harper. From the outside pink cover to the inside contents, a devotional with memorable experiences for her readers. Lisa Harper’s Daily Life Devotional stands out. On a crowded shelf of devotional books, the pink cover demands attention. Pink devotional with gold lettering. Officially her book is called Life: An Obsessively Grateful, Undone by Jesus, Genuinely Happy, and Not Faking it Through the Hard Stuff Kind of 100-Day Devotional. So if you cannot remember the long title, just look for a pink book called LIFE!
Lisa takes on her pink cover critics. For instance, at page one, devotional day one. She writes, “I didn’t have anything to do with the design! Pink book, you may find yourself wondering…”
In other words, Lisa Harper introduces her readers to laughter. Day one.
You’re getting a book based on the foundation of happiness, laughter and joy! Pick it up. Even if you’re not a fan of pink.
About Lisa Harper’s Life Devotional
Something you’ll learn about Lisa Harper’s Life Devotional is the easy-to-read format. And you quickly see the devotions are written for busy people. The author delivers her inspirational message in classic Lisa Harper style. Her fans will love the radiance of Lisa’s heart!
Paragraphs in this devotional book are longer than similar devotionals Also, this book has a highly noticeable word count. Fill up on those words!
Read a daily devotional from Life: An Obsessively Grateful, Undone by Jesus, Genuinely Happy, and Not Faking it Through the Hard Stuff Kind of 100-Day Devotional. Pick it up and find real-life stories from Lisa Harper.
Woven into the book are definitions of real words and Lisa words, such as “peetastrophe.” She has mastered the craft of playing with words. Lisa Harper’s devotional book will educate, inspire, and entertain readers.
At the end of each daily devotional, Lisa Harper has lovingly attached three daily questions. Write your answers into the daily devotional book or use a journal.
If you struggle with conversations starters, use the LIFE by Lisa Harper devotional questions. You can call a friend each day for 100 days, and never run out of conversations. For example:
“On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being burn the candle at both ends and total couch potato being a 10, where would you place yourself? (In Bible study groups, we call this an icebreaker question).
Do the math.
With 100 daily devotions and three daily questions, Lisa Harper has gifted her readers 300 questions in her beautiful pink book! Use this for daily journaling, conversation starters, or daily prayer prompts.
Each of the 100 daily devotionals begins with a Bible verse. CSB is the primary translation used. YLT, NCV, NET, NLT, MSG, NIV, NKJV and KJV are also used. By using 10 different Bible translations, this author is presenting a wider view for her devotional readers. She quotes classic theologians such as Spurgeon, Henri Nouwen, and C.S. Lewis. Modern theologians mentioned in her devotional book include Edward T. Welch and Timothy Keller.