I liked pulling this devotion book out at the end of my days most days. I think it helped my mind to become more relaxed. I liked to look at the pictures from the series in the devotions to help me picture the scenes the devotions were speaking about. It has helped me to want to dig deeper into the television series since I have only watched part of it. The prayers sometimes brought up situations that were already on my mind so they helped to draw out more of what was on my mind and heart to say that I couldn't find many words for.
One of the other things I like about this series so far (from the parts of it I have watched) is they don't bring up Easter. I like that because I would rather commemorate Passover than Easter since that's explained in the Bible and Easter isn't. They do celebrate Christmas in it which I'm being more okay with watching since I don't think anybody knows the actual day Jesus (Yeshua) was born anyway.
I have liked the When Calls the Heart series ever since the first day I watched a television episode. I later discovered it carries the topic of "hope" that I have noticed God has been weaving into my life throughout the years in various ways. I first heard about this series in 2016 but discovered later that the Love Comes Softly film series is based on one of Janette Oke's book series, also; I started watching those films in about 2005 or 2006. So, even though I have never read one of Janette Oke's books, they have been brought alive to me through both of these tv and film series.
I have been drawn to some of Michael Landon's television work like Little House on the Prairie and Highway to Heaven in my childhood years and also later, so God seems to have drawn me to the work his son has done with the When Calls the Heart and Loves Comes Softly series, also.
A really great devotional book to use if you like the When Calls the Heart series (or want to learn more about it) and want to connect to God while learning more about the faith-based topics it highlights.
My review= 5 out of 5 stars