Jesus Always is another favorite devotional by Sarah Young. When I first opened it, there was already confirmation from a conversation I had with a friend the night before. I love Jesus Calling by her so I was excited for this and I haven’t been disappointed.
Like Jesus Calling, the devotionals are short and perfect for morning devotional and Bible reading time. I love Sarah’s writing style in that it feels like Jesus Himself is speaking directly to you and your heart. I know it’s helped me look at certain situations in my life from His perspective.
The only drawback about this devotional is it lists the Bible verses highlighted in the day’s reading but it doesn’t give you the scripture written out. Which is preferred for me. However, it’s good because it allows you to look up the verse yourself and study it on your own. This is a minimal drawback though.
Sarah uses different translations for verses (NIV, NLT, NASB, AMP, ESV, MSG, etc) throughout Jesus Always. Reading the verses this way really does help you apply and understand what is being said in the day’s reading. It helped me see verses and their meanings in a different way.
I highly recommend Jesus Always if you’re looking for a quick daily devotional. If you liked Jesus Calling, you will love Jesus Always.
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