The Traveling Sisterhood: Devotions Delivered... absolutely perfect, by-mail inspiration!

Wednesday, February 1

Devotions Delivered... absolutely perfect, by-mail inspiration!


In December, I had the wonderful blessing of receiving my first subscription packet of Devotions Delivered... and these stories and pictures touched my heart! Every month, the artist sends you (or a friend) a collection of beautiful 4 (5x7) prints paired with scriptures and an inspiring devotional. Read on to find out how you can get yours with a discount!
I loved the presentation! The devotional pairings came wrapped so beautifully.

The devotions are meant to be read once a week, but of course you could read one a day, or even all in one fell swoop for a nice dose of encouragement. They're wonderful in the early morning with nice cup of hot tea and prayer time with my savior.

The postcards for each devotion are uniquely captured photos paired with verses that compliment them perfectly. The devotions are filled with hope and promise. The photographer and writer are one in the same; God seems to inspire her with just the right things to say to touch our hearts...

This was the first one I read and the story captured me. I just had to read more! I read them all at once, and then thought of them more throughout the next week.

I especially love this verse: "Let the morning bring me work of your unfailing love, for I have put my trust in you. Show me the way I should go, for to you I entrust my life."

The prints include US postcard postage included which I thought was a nice touch. They're ready to write on and drop in the mail so you can spread His message of love to whichever friend or loved one pops into your mind as you read and pray.
Use the promo code SISTER20 for 20% either on a subscription--sign up by Feb. 23 to receive the next collection! Who do you know who would love Devotions Delivered?

2 comments:

  1. this is super interesting..kinda like pen pals i remember having japan pen pals when i lived in germany

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  2. I absolutley love the idea of devotionals being delivered so that I can spend more time studying verse.

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