Rainbows for Rainy Days Book Review
Title: Rainbows for Rainy Days
Author: Catherine Campbell
Publisher: Monarch Books
About the book & author:
I love picking up devotionals because not only do I get scripture from the bible but I also get some kind of insight from the author. I have to say that Rainbows for Rainy Days if one of my favorites of all time. I promise there isn’t a day, emotion, feeling, anything at all that this devotional doesn’t cover. There are only forty but they will carry you through all the days you need them. Even if you revisit them again you can gain another perspective in the same words or find something you missed the first time. Just reading about Catherine and her life, immediately reminds me that when I think my life is so bad, that someone may have it or had it worst than me. Campbell has poured her heart into this book to help others get though those days when we feel like we are down and out and we can’t see anything but the rainy blues. I was really drawn into the second devotional in the book as it talks about the word “WHY”. It seems like a simple word but reading how Catherine shares about how much we use this word to question everything when all seems lost. She found a great way to remind you in the end that we need to remember the light at the end of the tunnel or the rainbow that comes after the storm. This whole book is a beautiful and uplifting way to inspire and remind us of God when we need those reminders the most.
It would make a great book for anyone. You could give it to both men and women. Every family should have a copy of this book in their homes. It’s a perfect gift to give when you know someone is going through some troubles and they could use some light in their lives. This book is a blessing to me, my family and it will be to you and yours as well. You can connect with Catherine on Facebook to keep up with her and all her amazing work and inspiring story.
Disclosure: I was provided this book for review from Kregel Publications. Any and all opinions expressed are my own and have not been influenced.