You Inspire Me ... By Tondeleya Allen

Inspirational, encouraging, and uplifting, "You Inspire Me" is a devotional straight from Tondeleya Allen's heart. An optimistic attitude and positive words are liquid gold that can benefit each of us every day. Readers will find tools to triumph struggles, overcome negative thinking, and marginalize the naysayers and dream killers in their lives.

"You Inspire Me" explores the strength of women, our purpose in life, and steps that can be taken to transform our lives and make
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our dreams a reality. When we maintain hearts of gratitude and positive attitudes, there is no task we can't handle.

Author of "The Blessed Woman Endeavor," "You Really Do Deserve Me," and "A Good Sandwich Can Save a Marriage," Tondeleya Allen believes that faith is the cure for what ails us and that women have enough grace and strength coursing through our veins to handle every ounce of pressure life sends our way. 

I always know when a read a book by Tondeleya Allen, you better have a highlighter on hand or paper and pencil to take notes!  You Inspire Me has done it to me again! I look down at my desk and see all kinds of gems that I found from this devotional, as actually there isn't any wisdom found here that we can't take away!
I enjoy the easy style of Allen's writing, as if she is talking to me personally, encouraging and helping me get back on the right track. She has her finger on the pulse of women's struggles, defining the problem issues and giving us direction to work on our most difficult situations.

What I think is amazing starts off in the very first part of the book. It doesn't matter that Allen doesn't know us, that she doesn't know our past, or what we have already done with our lives up to now. Her quote from the book:

 I believe that even your pain and heartache can be turned into joy and lessons.  Your gifts can improve this world.

The positivity that is expressed in each chapter drives us forward and encourages us to forget the past and recharge ourselves:

Delegate when you can. Move as your energy, inspiration and time allows.

I always find a special chapter that jumps out at me...this one happens to be Live to Create. Allen shares a story about her mom that I believe implanted her gift of writing:

Whether I’m weaving words, mixing textiles, sewing without patterns or cooking without recipes, I enjoy experiencing the freedom and playfulness of expression.

A must read for all women in any stage of life, as you will be uplifted with God's love and faithfulness.

                                        Amazon Review


Dinh said...

I love books that uplift you and inspire you to be a better person.
This sounds like a great book with lots of positivity, which I love! 😀

Brices Mice said...

Thanks! I love Tondeleya's books...I've read three of them. They make you feel so good, and they really pep you up!