I See God in Many Places

by Shirley Kiger Connolly


In a three book devotional bundle, Shirley Kiger Connolly invites you to get to know God in a more personal way, to make sense of the conflict, and to enjoy Him like never before. 


I See God in the Simple Things


In all we experience through simple daily living, God faithfully shows us more about ourselves and where we are in our spiritual walks. Too often we allow complicated days to dominate our lives, making it difficult to cope. This lighthearted book of reflections illustrates how every day situations can become opportunities for encouragement and spiritual growth. Each lesson provides us with a moment to go to God for answers and to gain insight from His Word. We know God speaks through His Word. He also speaks through people, and He'll speak to you as well when you talk to Him. If you expect to hear from Him, you will.


I See God in the Thorns ~n~ Thistles


When your heart is burdened and you're experiencing times of trial, where do you turn? When you're challenged by the complexities of life, the afflictions, the tests, and the tragedies, do you run to or from God? If you run toward Him, do you try to see what He's teaching you? God remains with you not only in the simple circumstances but also during the toughest times of your life. You're never alone, and I See God in the Thorns~n~Thistles offers you, in independent devotions, a way to make the most out of the troubles, a way to draw closer to God because, and oftentimes in spite of, your pain. Life-changing lessons like these not only help us on our personal journeys, they teach us to have compassion for others who we learn need it more. Isn't that what life's all about for the believer?


I See God on the Narrow Road


What kind of influence do you have on people today? Are you staying on the path God's ordered for you yet? Sometimes it's too easy to make decisions you think will be right only to discover later how wrong you were.


And every man did that which was right in his own eyes from Judges 21:25 speaks to any who've done their own thing, in spite of what God may have guided through the counsel of His Word. Has that ever been you?


We're responsible for the actions we take, for the choices we make each day. We can sadly lose our core vision when we open ourselves up to passageways that lead us astray from our focus.


I See God on the Narrow Road gives the reader an opportunity to draw attention to the character of her or his life - to discover through personal choices and experiences how a single decision can become a positive or negative influence on not just one but many. The standards we set for ourselves make a difference. Do you know what kind of persuasion you have on people today who are on the same narrow path you are on?