Where were you the day...? Did you know...? Remember when...? We love to reminisce and rehash historical facts. History is filled with events that changed the course of a nation and others that altered the path of a life. A common thread remains consistent, though: God has been there through it all. Everything that happens is under his watchful care; he gives us countless opportunities to take notice of his activity, as well as the Bible to guide us. Author Dianne Neal Matthews blends 365 memorable events in history with God's scriptural wisdom; the combination provides a constant reminder of God's presence in the world. Readers will experience spiritual truths and connection with God through lessons from the past. Brief daily readings and questions will keep you thinking about his active loving-kindness as you go about your routines.
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Dianne Neal Matthews is the author of four daily devotional books including The One Year Women of the Bible (Tyndale House) and Designed for Devotion: A 365-Day Journey from Genesis to Revelation (Baker Books), which won a 2013 Selah Award. Her articles and devotions have appeared in The Quiet Hour, LIVE, The Christian Communicator, Focus on the Family periodicals, and Guideposts magazine. She frequently writes guest posts for bloggers and content for websites including More to Life and CBN.com. She has also published Bible studies, newspaper features, and she sold a poem once. Dianne has been a contributing writer for Guideposts’ Mornings with Jesus since the 2013 edition. Other compilations include Pearl Girls: Encountering Grit, Experiencing Grace, Christmas Classics: True Stories of Holiday Cheer & Goodwill, and Writing So Heaven Will Be Different. A mother and grandmother, Dianne is a CLASS graduate and a member of Christian Authors Network and Toastmasters International. She and her husband, Richard, have been married since 1974 and currently live in southwest Louisiana. To learn more, please visit www.DianneNealMatthews.com.
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