ANNOUNCING... A Brand New Devotional by Joni

  • By: Joni and Friends
  • Oct. 1, 2014
  • 2 Comments
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Beside Bethesda by Joni Eareckson TadaNow available from Joni and Friends is Joni’s new book, Beside Bethesda: 31 Days Toward Deeper Healing. “This 31-day devotional covers the many questions I had about healing when I was first injured,” says Joni. “During those long ago days, I would imagine myself in John 5:2-9, sitting by the Pool of Bethesda with the other disabled people, waiting to be healed. Over the years, I discovered a much deeper healing than walking or using my hands. I found I could enjoy more freedom through ‘inside’ healing than anything I could experience on my feet.” Here, you’ll dig into topics such as contentment, unanswered prayer, transformation through suffering and hoping in God. As Joni shares her own experiences along with profound biblical insights, you will discover the deep ‘inside’ healing God has for you.

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I have been blessed and up lifted by this devotional. Thank you
  • Nov. 19, 2015
  • 1:34 p.m.
  • Sandy
I am so thankful for this book! Thank you Joni especially for the insight on suffering on day 15, about how it's like a "splash-over of hell," reminding us of what Jesus has saved us from, and that "finding Jesus in our splash-overs of hell is a splash-over of heaven." I see all of my suffering differently, as I now see that every time, Jesus comes to me in my splash-overs of hell, and even though I'm in pain, I too "wouldn't trade places with anyone to be this close to Jesus."
  • Nov. 1, 2014
  • 2:18 p.m.
  • Karen Reid