Friday, April 4, 2014

Book Review: Double Vision: Seeing God in Everyday Life Through Devotions and Poetry

There’s no better way to start your day than with the rhythm of poetry and a brief devotional reading. That’s why Frances Gregory Pasch wrote this book. She is a pro at seeing God at work behind the scene and invites readers to catch glimpses of him as well through beautiful descriptive writing. Meant to be read a chapter a day for 30 days, each section includes a poem, a one-page reading focused on a scriptural passage, a prayer and a few lines where you can express your own thoughts on the topic. The book also includes a few pages of interesting eye facts such as “The human eye will focus on about fifty things per second.”

Frances is one of the 365 inspirational women in my own book Sisterhood of Faith, because she uses her gift of writing to encourage others through electronic and print publications. I know Frances personally, and she is as delightful and sincere in real life as she comes across on the printed page.

Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas gave Double Vision an attractive cover, and the book would make a great gift for Easter, Mother’s Day or any other occasion.

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