*received ARC in exchange for an honest review*
Get Lost reveals that we need to get over ourselves and get lost in God. A beautiful journey awaits us, girls. Getting lost in our Savior will transform your life in each and every area, drawing you to Him and blurring all distractions this world has to offer. Dannah strips away all the disillusion of “falling in love” that girls idolize and shows us the consequences of beginning a relationship this way. Choosing to get lost in God rather than “fall in love” will prepare you for a life-long love relationship. Experiencing God’s unfailing love will illuminate the meaning and purpose of true love and marriage, providing a perfect example of the relationship between husband and wife. There is no better way to prepare for a godly relationship commitment than a commitment to God.
But here’s the best part: Dannah doesn’t only preach it- she guides us into an experience of getting lost in God. In part two, we’re offered the opportunity to take ten days to get lost in God- in His Word, His Voice, His Love. Ten days of no guys. Only God. This “Love Feast” features ten devotions laid out by the author in which the reader takes an allotment of time out of her to focus her heart on God. Personally, I started out by listening to one or two worship songs before diving into the chapter part of the devotion. As encouraged by Dannah, I’d end by journaling a prayer. Honestly, my days went sooo much better during the Love Feast, because I’d focused my heart on God. The topics of each day of the Love Feast were personal and spoke right to my heart, as if they were written specifically for me.