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How many times have life-changing, or innocent and pleasant, reflections come forth over a freshly brewed cup of coffee? It’s something about thoughts, while savoring the aromas of caffeinated coffee, which can lead to a major decision being made and a new path being charted.
Author Monica Williams believes the same can emerge with a cup of coffee in hand and conveys this belief in her new, nine-week devotional, Over a Cup of Coffee: Flavor to Enrich Your Soul. Following the process of turning a coffee bean into a cup of coffee, from growing on coffee trees to fermentation to bringing coffee beans into one’s kitchen, Monica offers spiritual insight to help readers recognize when, where and how God is leading them forward to their destinies.
For example, Monica describes to readers the drying progression of the coffee bean, which means the beans have to go without water for a certain time. She compares this to trials in life a person may have that could also be seen as a “drying” season. The goal for the drying progressions for both the coffee bean and a person is to uncover the gifts within a person, the “flavor” of the bean and person, that come from being tested and emerging successful.
Enriching the message within each devotional, the author prompts readers to grab a cup of joe and participate in questions or journaling opportunities to reveal goals and visions God has presented before them. Whether reviving dreams forgotten during a dry season or discovering spiritual fruits within, Monica encourages readers to look within to see what next step God has influenced them toward.
It may seem like an indulgent time with a person and his/her coffee, but it could be a revolutionary change in the spiritual, professional and personal areas of the person’s life.
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