Today Is Your Best Day by Roy Lessin

Hardcover: 192 pages
Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0892217103
Price: $14.99
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Why is Today Your Best Day?

The fact that God loves you, that He cares about you, and that He is on your side are three key reasons. In addition, there are God’s faithful promises, the fellowship of Jesus, and the power of the Holy Spirit. In all, Today is Your Best Day helps you discover 60 life-changing reasons – all with biblical perspective from best selling author and one of the world’s best known inspirational writers, Roy Lessin. Lessin’s writings help you focus your thoughts on what really matters – providing inspiration and encouragement for your day.

These heartfelt devotional thoughts will help you walk with the assurance of what your heart knows, not the uncertainty of what your eyes see. No matter what happens, remember, when your life is in God’s hands, every day is your best day.


I received Today is Your Best Day over a year ago. I was finally able to pick it up and begin reading it every morning.

I have read many devotionals, but this one is the best I’ve read in a long time. I will be going through it again.

Roy Lessin pours wisdom and encouragement into his daily devotions. God’s heartbeat is evident on each page of Today is Your Best Day. I felt as if the Lord was speaking to me every morning.

Life isn’t getting easier and by reading this devotional it helped give me hope to face each day.

Today is Your Best Day is uplifting and inspiring. I highly recommend it to everyone.

In conclusion, I want to thank New Leaf Publishing Group for sending me a complimentary copy of this book to review.

Roy is co-founder of DaySpring, now a subsidiary of Hallmark Inc. and the largest Christian greeting card company in the world, where he served as a senior writer for 37 years. He has written many devotional and gift books.

Roy is a graduate of Bethany Fellowship in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Following his studies, Roy and his wife Charlene served as missionaries in Mexico and Puerto Rico. They have two children, Joe and Lydia, and four grandchildren.