Three Days at Sea

Today’s daily prompt: Write a summary of the book you’ve always wanted to write for the back cover of its dust jacket.

Since I just released a book that I have been working on for years and have always wanted to publish, coming up with the back cover summary for this prompt came quite easily!

**************************************************************************sea, ship, ocean, boat, boating, tug boat, waves, wake of boat

Three Days at Sea takes you on a personal journey and joins you on yours. From setting sail and navigating rough waters to sinking in despair and then being rescued–the author draws from her own life experiences and from Scripture to reveal God’s presence, power, and passion towards you during both the ordinary and the overwhelming circumstances of life.

The pages of this devotional point you to the Rescuer through stories, prayers, poetry, and Scripture. Carefully placed questions invite you to a moment of solitude to reflect and make application in your own life. Three Days at Sea offers flotation for your soul when the circumstances and emotions and the winds and waves of life pull you under.

Sometimes the circumstances we face in life hit us like a hurricane . . . and there is One who rides out the storms with us.

“Delana Stewart’s book Three Days at Sea is a book of inspiration for anyone who is facing life’s hardships. The poetry is stand-alone great, but the inspirational prose makes it even greater. The ‘Inward,’ ‘Outward,’ ‘Upward,’ and ‘From the Word’ headings not only point our minds and hearts in the right direction, but let us know where Delana was coming from and where she is going.” –Donald Graham

Three Days at Sea —


What about you? Are you working on a book? If you were to write a book, what would you write about? What would the back cover say?


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