Because You Can’t Underline on the Internet

The Beauty of Grace by Dawn Camp, ed. — A Book Review

Lovely, fragrant, fresh, inviting:  the adjectives that bubble into my mind for The Beauty of Grace are the same descriptive terms that I would use for the bouquet of flowers pictured on the cover.  Dawn Camp has found a way to slow down the internet in this garland of short stories and essays.  The contributors list reads like a who’s who of current Christian authors and bloggers, but the content is timeless because the themes of purpose and surrender, trust and worship, hope and encouragement have been plucked directly from the Word of God.

With rich imagery and personal examples lifted from the authors’ lives, there are words for everyone here:
words that will refresh you in the desert;
reasoning that will shove you off your comfy couch and into real life;
meditations that will toughen the soles of your feet for walking on broken ground;
reflections that will wrestle your inside-out gaze away from your own short-comings and refocus your eyes on the upside-down world of grace where Jesus works miracles from the ordinary.

The Beauty of Grace is a perfect gift for a bride, a new mum, or any sister who needs a blessing, and my under-lined and dog-eared copy has earned a place on my crowded night stand.

Disclosure:  This book was provided by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Company, in exchange for my unbiased review.

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