We have no clue what God is up to in our hearts, so hopefully through this book many will be encouraged to let God work in their lives.
Sioux Falls, S.D. (PRWEB) July 20, 2015
A lot of Christian books on the market possess “how to” advice and for most individuals that want to grow in their walk with the Lord, they are seeking more. Because of this, Janet Lyso has decided to publish her first devotional, And the Word Became Flesh, to encourage readers in a new way like never before.
As a self-proclaimed “missionary at large,” Lyso decided to write And the Word Became Flesh for all walks of life specifically geared towards the season of Christmas and weeks of Advent. Instead of giving readers what they always want to hear, her perspective sheds light on the old story in a different way.
“We need to personally let the Word of God work in our lives and that only comes through letting the Holy Spirit do just that. Our own efforts are in vain, for that is what we rely on when we are simply making ourselves into gods,” Lyso said.
And the Word Became Flesh is a book that exhibits God’s work in believers’ hearts and gives Lyso a platform to share thoughts about the birth of Christ and how we may be changed by the good news of His coming.
“We have no clue what God is up to in our hearts, so hopefully through this book many will be encouraged to let God work in their lives,” Lyso said.
This devotional is meant to touch the hearts of every age and for all of the itching ears that want to hear. With specific thoughts for each day and an immense amount of scripture and church hymns, And the Word Became Flesh should be on every Christian’s bookshelf.
And the Word Became Flesh
By: Janet Lyso
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris
About the author
Janet Lyso is now sharing biblical truths through her devotional And the Word Became Flesh. As a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Lyso writes on a different perspective to encourage individuals that Christ is constantly working in their lives. Now retired in South Dakota, Lyso enjoys writing, reading, knitting prayer shawls, and maintaining friendships with people of all ages.
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