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Soul Care for the Battle: A Guided Journal by Susie Larson: Book Review

  **Book received for consideration. All thoughts are my own.

Your battle is real; you're not imagining it. And what you believe--and how you care for your soul in the storm--determines how well you'll fight.

Designed to help you consistently care for your soul in the days ahead, this guided journal takes you deeper into the biblical truths and battle strategies from 
Strong in Battle. As you prayerfully make your way through the insightful questions, prayer prompts, and blessings, you will begin to anchor yourself to God's promises, think redemptively, inventory your thoughts and feelings, find reasons for thanksgiving, go deeper in your prayers, and even make room for laughter.

Your conversations with God make all the difference when the enemy attacks. Discover how your humble words to him in the fight lead to his final word in your battle.

Susie Larson (www.susielarson.com) is a national speaker, bestselling author, and the host of the daily talk show Susie Larson Live heard on the Faith Radio Network with over 3.5 million downloads. Susie has written 19 books and many articles. She's been a guest on Focus on the Family, the Life Today show, and Family Life Today, as well as many other media outlets. Susie's passion is to see people everywhere awakened to the value of their soul, the depth of God's love, and the height of their calling in Christ Jesus.

Soul Care for the Battle is a guided journal that can be read along with Strong in the Battle. Personally, I do not have the book. There are quotes from it throughout the journal, and while I'm certain that those reading the book as well might get a bit more out of using them together, I must say I really liked this journal all on its own as well. We are given enough to understand what we should be journaling, even without having the full context of the book. 

We read a lot about how great journaling can be for mental health and self-care, and as Christians how it can be used to grow in our relationship with God too. Still, I must admit that I so often stare at a blank page and have absolutely zero ideas about where to start. And this is coming from someone who loves to write. Guided journals are great for that reason--- we get the benefits of journaling while taking the guesswork out of where to begin or what we should write. This journal is packed full of prompts and loads of space to write. It also features not just quotes from the books, but other great quotes and more importantly scripture as well. 

At the time of this review, I have not yet gone through the entire journal, but I really am enjoying what I have seen so far, and look forward to working my way through the rest. 


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