God in the Unexpected – 7 Day Devotions for those who want to see God in all things

This entry is part 2 of the series 7-Day Readings
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About God in the Unexpected

Colossians 3:11 tells us that God is “over all and through all and in all.”

It is easy to see Him in the birth of a new baby, the glories of
a magnificent garden, or the joy of a wedding ceremony.

But what of the times when we don’t notice him? The difficult times?
The occasions when we don’t expect Him to show up?

In these seven devotional readings, Shirley Corder encourages you
to look for God in unexpected places.

There are times it's easy to see God at work. Other times? Not so easy. God in the Unexpected tells of 7 places you wouldn't expect to find God. Click To Tweet

Places such as

  •  the technology that has so much influence over our lives today
  •  the dark prisons of life
  •  the cold place of a cancer diagnosis
  •  and more.

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2 comments on “God in the Unexpected – 7 Day Devotions for those who want to see God in all things

  1. Nomthandazo, good to have you here. If you look back on this page, I’ve updated it. You have a choice. You can either purchase it, or you can sign up for my newsletter and receive it as a welcome gift. See the post again, and you’ll see your option.
    Either way, I hope you enjoy it and receive a blessing from it. Always good to know that God is EVERYWHERE!

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