I first heard about Robison's book through a friend who was reviewing it. She wanted to let me know how much the book reminded her of my own devotional book, 'Paws'itively Divine: Devotions for Dog Lovers. After reading just a couple of chapters, I, too, noticed the similarities. That being the case, I immensely enjoyed the book. I'm ever mindful of the many lessons I've learned from my two dogs, so I can totally relate to Robison's accounts. God has created a huge world for us to enjoy but also to learn from. There are no accidents or coincidences, so I firmly believe that there are lessons all around us to be learned. Sometimes we just need to pay better attention.
The short nature of each devotion made it easy to read a little each day. But no matter how much or little I read, I always walked away with much to meditate on. I also thoroughly enjoyed the picture sketches throughout the book. They added life and character to the pages and enriched the heart-warming tales. All in all, this book was an inspiration, and I highly recommend it, especially to animal lovers.
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