Experience God’s Presence in a Whole New Way
There’s just something about people who are close to God. Through the ups and downs of life, they remain secure, hopeful. If you want a more rewarding spiritual life, if you want the pleasure of knowing your Creator’s heart, this soul-lifting book is for you.
Learn from Dutch Sheets as he shares his life lessons for cultivating an intimate relationship with God. Each of the thirty short chapters reveals a simple practice or biblical mindset that will help draw you away from the noise of life and into the Lord’s peaceful presence.
With profound insights from the Bible and stories you won’t soon forget, The Pleasure of His Company is like a spiritual mentor, showing you simple ways to enjoy God more.
This powerful book can also be enjoyed as a daily devotional.
The Pleasure of His Company was an easy, humorous-at-times book that is an invitation to take your faith in Christ to the next level by spending time with Him. It’s about an intimate friendship, the kind where you can’t wait to tell the person about your day. Talk to them constantly. And listen as they share with you. We can have that with God, and this book shows readers how.
I loved this book because Dutch made it as simple as an intimate friendship with God truly is. It’s Biblically based and laced with stories from his own experiences that helped me understand the intimate friendship better. This is so often misunderstood and Dutch breaks it down with ease.
The chapters are short, so I agree, it could be used as a devotional, too.
The world is only going to get busier, and the call to pull back and enjoy time and a true, personal relationship with your Heavenly Father is the key to an abundant life. The Pleasure of His Company is a perfect way to start.
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I read this on NetGalley from Bethany House in exchange for an honest review.
Kathryn “Katie” Cushman has been on my radar for awhile and thanks to Bethany House Publishers, one of her books recently landed in my eager hands. I had the privilege of reading her latest, Another Dawn. Here is the back cover copy:
What Would You Give for a Second Chance to Make Things Right?
When life gets complicated, Grace Graham runs. She’s left romantic relationships, friendships, and even her family after the death of her mother. But now her sister, Jana, is giving her once last chance: Come home and help care for their father–whom Grace still blames for her mother’s death–or never show her face in Shoal Creek, Tennessee, again.
With her son, Dylan, in tow, Grace returns home from California. But is she returning for the right reasons? And when costly decisions from the past suddenly put her son’s life and the lives of other children in town at risk, will she have the strength to stand strong and await Another Dawn?