The Women of Faith Daily Devotional Paperback
by Barbara Johnson; Luci Swindoll; Marilyn Meberg; Patsy Clairmont; Sheila Walsh;
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The Women of Faith Daily Devotional
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In The Women of Faith Daily Devotional Patsy Clairmont, Barbara Johnson, Marilyn Meberg, Luci Swindoll, Sheila Walsh, and Thelma Wellssix women of faith who have strengthened and inspired thousands of readerscombine their insights and life experiences into a year-long celebration of faith in the pages of this beautiful, warmly written daily devotional. Every day for the next year, these six friends will give you - a smile - an encouraging word - a story that stirs your soul - a good laugh - a reminder of God's enduring love for you These authors will help you navigate through the next 366 days with your spirit refreshed and your connection with God strong. Each woman opens up her life to share with you the bright, the amusing, the painful, and the hard-won wisdom it contains. With their individual style, wit, and personality, these women share what they know about twelve fundamental aspects of faith: hope, prayer, friendship, wonder, grace, joy, freedom, humor, vitality, trust, gratitude, and peace.
This daily devotional is for any woman who longs to have a few quiet moments each day to renew her spirit and connect with God.
The Women of Faith Daily Devotional by Barbara Johnson; Luci Swindoll; Marilyn Meberg; Patsy Clairmont; Sheila Walsh was published by Zondervan in December 2009 and is our 16078th best seller. The ISBN for The Women of Faith Daily Devotional is 9780310324911.
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|Page last updated||1st July 2015|
|Author / Artist||Barbara Johnson; Luci Swindoll; Marilyn Meberg; Patsy Clairmont; Sheila Walsh|
|Publisher||Zondervan (December 2009)|
|Number of Pages||400|