Monday, August 10, 2015

Maybe Today Book Review

I received this book free from Shadow Mountain and Ensign Peak to facilitate this review. Affiliate links may be in this posting. Thanks for supporting my blog.

Maybe Today by David Butler and Emily Belle Freeman is a lovely hardback book that has pages full of inspiring quotes, thoughts, and messages for uplifting your day. This small 120 page book is perfect for gifting. Its short, but ever so sweet words help motivate anyone who reads them to live a more meaningful, fulfilling life.

Maybe Today consists of five holy patterns described within that, when lived daily, will lead to a soul-satisfying life closer to Christ.
  • Tilt Your Soul (prayer)
  • Let Down Your Bucket (living water)
  • Seek a Compassionate Detour (service)
  • Take Off Your Shoes (gratitude)
  • Be All In (commitment)
These 5 principles are key to having a life of contentment. Each holy pattern has things to ponder, scriptures to read, quotes from wise famous people. I also love that it has beautiful color photography to go with the messages.

These encouraging messages stay with you after reading them. If you apply them to your life you will become blessed greatly. Read this little book. It will change you for the better. At the end of the book it features an invitation to share the book and pass it on to a friend or family member that needs some uplifting too so that you also "multiply goodness".

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About the Authors:

David Butler by day is a high school religious educator sharing his love for the scriptures and his belief that there is a power for good innate in every human soul. By night he is a fort builder, waffle maker, sports coach, and storyteller for his six favorite little people, also known as his children. Somewhere in between he is a motivational speaker and writer. He also teams with Emily in coauthoring the blog:

Emily Belle Freeman is a mother of four, a coach’s wife, author of the bestselling A Christ-Centered Christmas, and an adored inspirational speaker. She finds great joy in studying the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. For a few minutes every day Emily forgets about the laundry, leaves the dishes in the sink, and writes. She coauthors a blog that is a stopping place for hearts seeking all that is good:


DISCLOSURE/DISCLAIMER: Thanks to Shadow Mountain and Ensign Peak for sending me this book for free to review. My thoughts are mine and my family's own opinion and have not been altered by anyone else. I did not receive any other compensation for doing this review. Affiliate links may be in this posting. Thanks for supporting my blog.

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