Deeper Kind Of Calm, A

Steadfast Faith In The Midst Of Adversity

Linda Dillow

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How Do We Walk Boldly When Our World Seems to Be Crumbling Beneath Our Feet?

Join celebrated author and speaker Linda Dillow on the journey to contentment with this follow-up to the best-selling Calm My Anxious Heart. Learn how to positively handle the disappointments of life and discern the comforting truth found in God’s Word. Be encouraged and learn to deal with the waves of trials, depression, and discouragement that threaten to flood our souls.

Hidden in the psalms are portraits of what faith looks like in times of trial. Through them, author Linda Dillow will help you discover how to:
– remember what God has done (Psalm 77)
– hide in His presence (Psalm 46)
– cling to Him (Psalm 63)
– praise Him for all we cannot see (Psalm 84)

The glorious promise from Psalm 84 is that as we walk through the “valley of weeping,” it can be turned into a place of blessing. Includes a four-week Bible study to help you further unpack the comforting truth of God’s Word.

Reviews:

♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥   Little Gem of A Book

We know that life is often chaotic. In the midst of apparent chaos, we not only need confidence, but we also need calm… A Deeper Kind of Calm.
This fairly short, easy to read book is packed full of depth and encouragement bolstered by the honest transparency of the author.
Through her words and examples, she points us to some specific psalms to which we can cling and through which we can grow and find the peace of our Lord that is beyond any explanation or understanding.
As Dillow points us to our Savior, our fortress, she reminds us that, “Manmade fortresses always eventually fail. But there is a fortress—a high fortress, a secure fortress—that will never fail! This fortress is not a place, but a Person. His name is the Lord Almighty!”
What about our human nature? Our tendency to succumb to the overwhelming load of pressure and worry?
“When I feel weak, weary, and worried, I remember the deeds of God. I hide in His refuge. I cling in desperate dependence. I walk in faith. And these secret choices bring Him great glory!”
“Recently, as I knelt by the sofa in my office in the early morning hours and poured out my anxieties to God, He gently whispered, ‘Linda, please go to bed. I’ll sit up the rest of the night and carry the burden for you. Let Me hold you up in this way.’ What a picture! The Creator of the universe sits up, waiting, watching, and praying for me, His child, while I sleep.
Do you need peace and calm right now?
Only God can give that deep-down rest for your soul that you so long for and need.
He has gifted several every-day people like Linda Dillow with a special way of sharing gut-level honest experiences of struggle and adversity lovingly peppered with His persistent peace and purpose.
Do yourself a favor and get your hands on a copy of this little gem of a book. You may just come to know A Deeper Kind of Calm for yourself.

♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥  Prepare You for the Road Ahead

In the last several years I have read many books on the topic of suffering and trials. This may be the first to step over the question of, “why,” and explore how to get through! There is no lofty philosophy here, just the simply spoken words of the Psalmists and Dillow’s plain explanations and encouragement. This is really one of the best books on suffering and trials that I have read. The book is divided into five chapters to read. At the end of the book is a study guide you can do by yourself or with a group. If you do want to know why God allows suffering, she has a page of resources you can follow up with. This is a great book to own and to give. If you’re suffering or not, it will enrich your life and prepare you for the road ahead.

♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ Great Study to Apply & Live What I Learn

So far I am really enjoying this study. It’s taking me a while to do the first week’s study (like a couple of weeks) because I have been side tracked. It’s only a 4 week study but going by the first week, it’s really in-depth…not hard by any means, but I feel it really makes me think and try to apply and LIVE what I learn.