I Am: A 60-day Journey to Knowing Who You Are Because of Who He Is

As a female, I think one of the biggest struggles we face is knowing that we are enough. That we may have failed to live up to the standards we believe we are held to. Past regrets and failures weigh heavy on hearts as we forget to hand them over to God.

Michele Cushatt knows well what it means to hand over the outcome of a situation that was out of her hands. She faced a serious bout of cancer that impacted her life in enormous ways. She knows what it means to not be able to do all the things this world suggests we should.

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I Am: A 60-Day Journey to Knowing Who You Are Because of Who He is

This 60-day devotional is Cushatt’s journey to learning who she is as she rebuilt her life. I am is broken into 6 main parts that reflect the overall story of the Bible.

Creation

Exodus

Covenant

Presence

Rescue

Revelation

Each day reflects a passage of scripture, shares a story or experience from Cushatt, a thought from a well-known theologian and some questions to reflect on and pray through.

Each day of this devotional seeks to reject the lies of not being enough and remind us of who God created us to be.

Created.  Safe.  Fought For.  Heard.  Accepted.  Blessed.  Broken.  Healed.  Delivered.

These are just a few of the characteristics in I Am.

I enjoyed working my way through this devotional. I wish that a bit more time had been focused on unpacking the specific scripture and how it applied to the trait being discussed each day. It’s not enough to rely on personal experience. We must learn how to apply the scripture truths and promises to our lives so that we can actually adopt these truths for ourselves.

Amy

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