Jesus Today Teen Cover Hardback
Experience Hope in His Presence
by Sarah Young;
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A Bird's Eye View from Eden
The inspiring words of Sarah Young made accessible for teens, this engaging book will bring inspired hope to young lives.
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Jesus Today Teen Cover
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In a world full of uncertainty and constantly shifting circumstances, it's difficult sometimes to know where hope comes from. In Jesus Today, Sarah Young shares how words of Scripture and Jesus' own Presence are ever near, bringing hope and comfort for each new day. Whether you are in need of a lifeline amid struggles or are simply longing for a boost in your day, this beautifully designed devotional will speak hope into your life. It is written as if Jesus Himself is assuring you that He is in control, that He is good, and that a glorious future awaits all who anchor their hope in Him. The book includes devotionals and encouraging "hope quotes" with assurance that no day is too dark and no problem too big for Jesus. You will be encouraged and renewed with a deeper sense of hope as you grow in grace, learn from God's Word, and walk ever more closely with Jesus. The devotions in this book will draw teens and young adults into the presence of God to find the hope and assurance they need to make the decisions that will shape their lives.
With more than 1 million copies of Jesus Today sold,this fresh new design opens the beloved book to a new generation of readers to learn from and enjoy.
Jesus Today Teen Cover by Sarah Young was published by Thomas Nelson in November 2016 and is our 64176th best seller. The ISBN for Jesus Today Teen Cover is 9780718086817.
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|Page last updated||11th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Sarah Young|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (November 2016)|
|Number of Pages||384|