Barefoot in My Heart Hardback

Starting a Fresh Conversation with God

by Jill Briscoe;


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Barefoot in My Heart

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The conversations between Jill Briscoe and her Father in Heaven are intimate, warm, and full of surprises. For many years Jill has given herself in obedience to a public ministry which has often been costly and exhausting; in addition, she has an extensive network of family members for whom she feels acutely responsible. To cope with these many pressures, Jill has found joy in stretches of candid, personal, intercessory prayer which form the basis for the conversations in this book. The value of this and her previous books is that we are allowed to eavesdrop: to welcome into our own spiritual lives the warmth that flows from these exchanges, and to learn for ourselves the value and possibilities of such a trusting relationship with the Father. This 40-day devotional is intended to accustom readers to this form of prayer.

Barefoot in My Heart by Jill Briscoe was published by Lion Hudson in November 2011 and is our 3858th best seller. The ISBN for Barefoot in My Heart is 9780857210333.

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Page last updated 20th November 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherLion Hudson (November 2011)
Weight340g
Number of Pages176
Thickness17 mm
Height165 mm
Width140 mm
ISBN9780857210333
ISBN-100857210335
Product Code3973012
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