One Perfect Word

One Perfect Word
For many people, the very thought of journaling is daunting. For others, it is a cathartic experience. If you have followed my column for a while, you have probably read the reviews that I wrote of Debbie Macomber’s Christian books. Crossing over from romance to write Christian inspiration, she has written several motivating books. Macomber talked of keeping various journals—things to be grateful for….people who have brought unexpected lessons and blessings—in order to “hear” from God. Journaling enables us to track our growth and to see patterns that exist in our behavior.


In her characteristic style, Macomber delivers another hit. One Perfect Word also advocates journaling; however, it moves beyond that to encompass everything you read and hear during the course of your day. Readers are encouraged to prayerfully seek a word from God and then be cognizant of how that word speaks to them. Have you ever noticed, when you buy a certain brand of car, you begin to see that there is an increase of that particular brand on the roadways? Is there really? Social scientists have studied the phenomenon and have found that it is tied more to a person’s sense of awareness than an increase in popularity and sales. That’s correct, your subliminal mind begins to associate the known (your new car) with its surroundings (all of the cars on the road). It is this same premise that operates in One Perfect Word.


One Perfect Word is available from online retailers such as www.amazon.com


Disclaimer: One Perfect Word was provided, free of charge, by the publicist in exchange for a fair review. Compensation was not offered to influence the outcome.






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