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United Methodist Minister Set To Publish Hillary Clinton Inspired Devotional Book

Hillary Clinton Inspired Devotional

– Hillary Clinton inspired Devotional to be published by Rev. Bill Shillady

American politician, Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton is set to have a daily Bible devotionals published after her by a United Methodist minister.

The devotional which is tagged “Strong for a Moment Like This”  is written by executive director of the New York-based United Methodist City Society Rev. Bill Shillady and is scheduled for release on Aug. 15 and will feature about 365 of the over 600 devotions as well as a forward by Clinton herself.

“The book’s devotions are organized into 12 themes, such as forgiveness, doing good, courage, and women. A portion of the proceeds from the book will go to the United Methodist City Society in New York.” Rev. Bill Shillady explains

The Christian Democratic nominee received a devotion daily over the course of 20 months from Rev Dr Bill Shillady, a United Methodist minister and a few other pastors.

They were sent to help Clinton “stay strong through arguably one of the more contentious elections in American history”, according to the book’s description on Abingdon Press.

The devotional book will also center around her quote during the 2016 election which include:

“I do believe that in many areas judgment should be left to God, that being more open, tolerant and respectful is part of what makes me humble about my faith,”

“My study of the Bible, my many conversations with people of faith, has led me to believe the most important commandment is to love the Lord with all your might and to love your neighbor as yourself, and that is what I think we are commanded by Christ to do.”

Clinton, who grew up as a Methodist, said she became a Democrat because of her Christian values.

Horpeoluwar Desalu

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