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Divine Applause by Jeff Anderson

Divine ApplauseDivine Applause is a new book by Jeff Anderson. Divine Applause is the second book to be released by Anderson. I have not read his first book, but I love and cherish the opportunity to read this book. It is a book that I need to read again, to allow its truth to soak into my spirit again (oh, how quickly we forget we are not only loved, but able to walk hand-in-hand with our Creator).

God desires a deeper relationship with us.
God wants to pour into our lives.
God wants to bless us.
God wants to teach us.
God wants us to experience all of Him.

Why this book? I appreciate Jeff for his honesty in this book. There is a lot I have missed out on spiritually, because I may not have known how exactly to navigate a relationship with my Creator. There is a lot I have missed out on, because I don’t realize He notices and delights in me. That is true for a lot of believers, which is where a lot will relate and gain much needed insight through this book.

In this book, God uses Jeff to speak into my life and grow me closer to Him. God desires a closer relationship with me. Not only that, but He wants to show me just how loved I am. I am treasured in my Father’s eyes. I am desired. I am beautiful. I am forgiven, and completely covered in His eternal, never-ending grace.

I really enjoyed “Divine Applause”. I found the book to be very insightful, and had a difficult time putting the book down. I wanted to share all that I was reading with others. It is a breath of fresh air, and we would be wise to allow God to utilize this resource to speak into our lives – and learn how God truly sees us and wants a closer relationship with us.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the “Blogging for Books” book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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