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Reviewed by Genna Stotts for Readers' Favorite
On the Go Devotional Journal by Regina Shepard Williams is a systematic approach to focusing on one verse daily accompanied by a reflective thinking activity, journaling a conversation with God, and reviewing daily goals, prayer requests, answers from God, and current thankfulness. The straightforward journal begins promptly with the daily routine provided and is carefully arranged for the reader to develop the habit of self-assessment and accountability. Readers can select the amount of engagement and timeframe for the daily activities at their leisure. The layout is easy to navigate.
Regina Shepard Williams is well versed in names for the Lord and incorporates these within several of the daily journaling prompts. Readers will not only find these throughout Williams' writing but also their given definitions. It is a nice addition and adds support for readers to be reminded of the many attributes of God. The six areas of reflection give readers great topics which pair well with spiritual maturity and growth. On the Go Devotional Journal is a pleasant journal to instill prayer, Scripture reliance, spiritual goals, and a grateful heart for readers. If you are looking for a way to begin journaling and reflecting on Scripture daily, this could be your starting point.