Max Lucado's "One God, One Plan, One Life" is a one year devotional that is devoted to helping guide the daily life of young adults. What I liked about this book is that each devotion is short, to the point, and easy to understand. Getting a teenager to sit down and read a lengthy devotion on a daily basis would take a small miracle, and Lucado seems to get that. These daily readings could be read in a few minutes, easily. While the messages are relatively short, Lucado makes the effort to tie in the message to the daily life of a young adult in a way that they can easily tie in to their life.
Each devotion consists of a verse from the Bible, then a short message about the principle/message/meaning of that verse, followed by a tie in to how this relates to daily life. I think that Lucado did a great job of reaching his target audience here, which I would consider to be teenagers and young adults. I would recommend this devotional as a daily reading for middle school through college aged young adults - I believe that this age group could all get something out of this, and it would be easy to fit into a busy daily routine. Literally, it takes about three minutes to read the day's devotion.
The one thing I did not like about this devotional is that the devotions are dated, so it begins with a devotion for January 1. I always feel like if I miss a day of reading, I'm missing something when the devotions are dated, and it's one of my biggest pet peeves. I would have preferred that they were just labeled, "day one, day two, etc.", but other than that I think this is a great book, and would highly recommend it to those with young adults in their home. It could even be read together, with mom or dad over breakfast, or before school.
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