When Jesus Speaks to a Hurting Heart by Emily Biggers

when jesus speaks

When Jesus Speaks to a Hurting Heart
Author: Emily Biggers
Publisher: Shiloh Run Press, December 1, 2015
304 Pages
Christian Devotions


Goodreads Description:

This beautiful devotional—written for your hurting heart—will inspire and encourage you in your daily faith walk. Dozens of readings offer just the comfort you need to face the day, along with lovely little reminders that Jesus has a very special message just for your troubled heart. . .  You will learn that Jesus speaks every day—in every difficult situation—whether you are experiencing loss, loneliness, anger, sadness, or insecurity. . . . Each devotional, rooted in scripture and written from Christ’s heavenly perspective, will leave you feeling perfectly loved and blessed


My thoughts:

It’s hard to find something you can focus on when you are feeling pain in your mind and in your heart. When Jesus Speaks to a Hurting Heart spoke clearly and strongly to my hurting heart. The prayers were strong and to the point and were supported with scripture. This book should be on every Christian counselor’s bookshelf and prescribed to every wounded and aching Christian. I read a kindle version but I plan to purchase a hard copy to give away.

I was given an electronic copy of this book by Shiloh Run Press through NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion.

Other Books by Emily Biggers:

Mornings with God: Prayers and Devotions for Women
What a Friend We Have in Jesus: Inspiration from the Beloved Hymn
When Jesus Speaks to a Grad’s Heart: Class of 2015 – A Devotional Journal
Delightful Desserts (Christmas at Home)


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