3 Beautiful 365 Day Devotional Journals from Ellie Claire {Review}

Ellie Clair 365 Devotional Journals

Are you looking for a beautiful Christ centered gift for someone special? These beautiful new 365 Day Devotional Journals from Ellie Claire are about to touch the heart of the recipient. Each journal has a separate focus and eye catching details that make using them during those quiet times with the Lord very special.

We were recently able to handle, and review these Beautiful Journal Devotionals in our home.

My husband and I both could not decide which one we loved the most so I will detail each of them and leave you to decide.

 

 

Peace Begins with Me Devotional Journal

 

The overall theme of the Peace Begins with Me Journal is that the peace we seek and long for the world over begins with God. Each of the 365 Daily Devotions focuses on moments in time, media, books, or even our daily lives where peace has been the focus, or desired outcome, and how God did or could have made that happen had He been sought.

 

Each page features the title, a scripture, the day's devotion, and plenty of space for personal journal notes.

The beautiful Peace Begins with Me Journal is dated (without weekday names) and about 8 1/2  x 7 inches in size. It comes in a soothing green marble cover. It's about 3/4 inch thick with a green band to keep it closed. The pages are edged with green marble and a gold thin line. And it contains a pretty green ribbon to keep your place.

 

The back cover reads: We all long for peace. We pray for it. We even make speeches about it.  It may not come easily. Yet if our God can calm a stormy sea with a simple word, just imagine what He can do to ease our anxieties. We can pursue peace by pursuing the Prince of Peace.

 

Unyielding Glory
For my own sake, for my own sake, I do this. How can I let myself be defamed? I will not yield my glory to another.
~ Isaiah 48:11 NIV

 

Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus Devotional Journal

The Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus Journal is also dated journal (no weekday names). The focus of this devotional is Jesus and putting our trust in Him. This pretty devotional is soft covered with water color flowers that also grace the edge of each page. There is a light blue band to keep it closed and a cream colored ribbon to keep your place.

 

The first page of the journal is a water colored flour wreath with a space to personalize it with your name.

 

Each Devotional day has a title theme and a quote from a song or a hymn. A small study of the quote follows and then a scripture and a short prayer prompt.

 

The back of the journal reads: When life gets busy, it’s easy to be so focused on the urgent that we miss there glimpses of grace that God puts in our day. This 365-Day devotional journal offers encouraging meditations to help turn out eyes upon Jesus and trust Him with our lives. 

 

Alpha and Omega
He lives and grants me daily breath. He lives, and I shall conquer death.
~I Know That My Redeemer Lives by Samuel Medley

 

The Earth is the Lord’s, and Everything In It Devotional Journal

The Earth is the Lord's and Everything In It is by far my favorite of the three devotionals. It is also 365 days and is dated without weekday names.

 

The cover of this particular journal is a stunning one of watercolor peacocks. There are similar water color images gracing each of the pages. It's sooo pretty.

 

The devotionals in this journal remind you how the Lord cares for not only you but how His love for the world is evident in His creation. Each titled journal page starts with a scripture and then a reflection of God's handiwork around us. A small prayer follows and then plenty of space for journaling notes.

The back of the journal reads: From the small whisper of a snowflake to the large circumference of a redwood tree, all of nature is the creative expression of God. When we embrace His creative nature by taking the time to stop, notice, and connect, our hearts are encouraged and souls refreshed.

 

The Abundant Summer
Go to the ant…consider its ways and be wise! It has no commander, no overseer or ruler, yet it stores its provisions in summer and gathers its food at harvest.
~Proverbs 6:6-8 NIV

All of these journals are sized 8 1/2  x 7 inches in size and about 3/4 inch thick.

Each of these journals would make a lovely, personal gift for someone special. I'm having a really hard time picking which one I want to use and which ones I want to give as gifts. They are all so lovely! I personally am waiting until the first of the year before I start using whichever I decide on.

You can purchase each of these journals from the following retailers.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received these devotionals for  free from Fly By Promotions as part of their Blogger Review 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: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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