Paul David Tripp shares in the intro to New Morning Mercies that the idea for this 365 day devotional was born because of the response he got from tweeting Gospel-centered thoughts on Twitter every day. He took those “tweets” and expanded them, and this treasure was written.
The format of the book was my favorite aspect. The devotional thoughts were rich with truth but short enough to read in 2-3 minutes. It is obviously written as a devotional for a whole year, but with the entries being so short it is not hard to read multiple passages in one day! I have this on my kindle and enjoy reading a thought when I get to work and again at lunch (and maybe even again at bedtime!). I loved that he also gave a Bible passage to go with each thought for more in depth study, so the reader has freedom to use this in many different ways.
New Morning Mercies has a publication date of October 31, 2014 from Crossway.
*I recieved an advanced copy of this in ebook form from netgalley.com in exchange for an honest review.*