When life is looking down, look up and find God’s deliverance!
Life can be hard…sometimes to the point of feeling as though your struggles will never end, and God isn’t anywhere near. The Looking Up Devotional Journal App is Beth Moore’s timeless message of hope and deliverance taken from Psalm 40. You’ll discover you are indeed not alone, and that God’s gracious provision of love and faithfulness is at work, pointing you toward a life of wholeness and fullness. Guided journaling gently leads you out of hardship into a brighter future of purpose and peace.
This lovely devotional journal is based on Beth’s bestselling book, Get Out of That Pit.
This devotional journal app is packed with features that make it easier than ever to connect with God for one-on-one time:
-The full text of the book including full verses and prayers
-Room for guided journaling and customizable free journaling
-Flag entries as favorites and access them quickly and easily
-Share passages via Facebook, Twitter, and e-mail
-Set notifications to remind you to read your schedule
-Set password protection so no one can accidentally access your journal entries
-Search by verse, keyword, subject, or entry
-Gift this amazing app to friends or family quickly and easily from within the app itself
-Chart your progress with an easy-to-use calendar
I love this app simply because it from Beth Moore's teachings. I do believe it was a bit pricey for the content but I am thankful for an app from one of Beth's books.
Content is always good. Moore nicely paraphrases encouraging ideas, but I would like the texts either embedded as popups in the app or hyperlinked. This is way, way too expensive for what it is… Maybe a 99 cent app? Also the color scheme doesn't provide enough contrast to read and use this clearly. Needs lots of refinement. I hope there will be updates, and will adjust my review accordingly.
I just finished 104 of 104 devos. I used it as a springboard into Scripture. Did one or more devos a day, always had it with me for when waiting for an appt or when needed to stop & get with God. This was exactly what I needed when I need it. I hope the app will add the ability to export the journaling. That is why I gave a 3 & not a 4. This isn't quite as dense in material as most Beth Moore studies. Thus as far as what you pay, I think there is a value issue compared to buying a book or a study guide. That is again why not rated higher. But the content is RICH. Many small servings of very rich stuff the The Lord has used to seriously change how I see him, me, life, etc. I have been doing Bible Study for 13 years and plenty of more intense Beth Moore studies -- but I can honestly say I met The Lord here much more intimately than in any other study I've done. I like the material in the form of an interactive journaling app -- it suits me, so would love more ... But with the ability to export my notes.
I was a little weary of purchasing this app due to the prior reviews, but I really need some God love right now and I know Beth Moore will deliver. I think this is a sufficient amount of daily work for the price. Here is what you get, you can decide for yourselves if it's worth it to you. There are 104 daily readings from Beth, after each reading you move to a little prompting "homework" from Beth. It's Beth Moore, so you know you need your Bible, and writing implements. The app includes the pen and paper within each reading, very handy. Then she concludes each day with a prayer. It's a good 15-20 minutes per day if you really want to dig deep. So please, I mean no offense to prior posts, just my very humble opinion. Also, bias alert, I absolutely adore this woman, and her studies are saving my sanity this year. My husband had to move to the other end of the country for work over a year ago and I only see him on holidays, so among the other issues we are all struggling with, life is just difficult right now. Currently doing Patriarch's using the individual downloads (they're fabulous but also a pricey way to do them), if you can get your group to do them, its far more economical, my group of women are a bit homework adverse so I don't mind.
The message of this app is thought provoking, like Beth Moore always is. However there is not enough content to this app to make it worth the money! There is hardly anything there, you are paying for a name and that is not worth it.