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WordSnacks: Bite-sized Devotionals for Your Hungry Moments

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Because all of us need those moments when the Word of God satisfies the hunger inside for more of His presence. And the only way to find them is to knock on the door, ask the question, seek the truth. So every day we go, sifting through the Word again, looking for more of Him.
Paperback, 94 pages
Published November 2014 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Gretchen Louise
Nov 25, 2014 rated it it was amazing
These devotionals are quick and easy to read, and like a good snack, are chock full of good protein, essential vitamins and minerals for the soul. I'll be returning to the truth-filled parables and wise explanations of Scripture again and again. ...more
Jessiqua Wittman
Nov 25, 2014 rated it really liked it
ARG! I wish I could keep some of Natasha's books on my shelf! They're all so great I'm constantly giving mine away and buying more.
Ok, so that's a good problem, I guess.
Anyway, Word Snacks is a great devotional based on Scripture and snippets of real life. I love the thought-provoking, soul-searchingness of this book. The only slight downside is that the personal stories in it don't seem to be exactly in chronological order, so if you don't follow Natasha's (awesome) blog or know her story, then
Rachelle Cobb
Nov 29, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Natasha Metzler writes in a heart-restoring way. She's honest about pain and sorrow, but she never loses hope. That's why I love reading her writing. Pain Redeemed is that kind of book that changes your life, helps you see faith in a different way, and inspires you to live it out daringly. WordSnacks is just that kind of book again.

Another thing I love about Natasha's writing? Her love for Jesus and belief that His Word is not just enriching but necessarily nourishing. She reads the Bible not ju
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Natasha Metzler doesn’t have a whole list of credentials to tell you about, but she does have the incredible story of how God met her in the midst of her greatest sorrows and brought redemption.

She lives on a farm in Northern New York with her husband and two miracle-children. She struggles to keep her house clean, is terrible at being on time to anything, and is sometimes an emotional mess—but,

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