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The Call of the Psalms: A Spiritual Companion for Busy People

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From the writer of Healing Presence comes this extraordinary book of daily readings and meditations based on small sections of each of the 150 Psalms. Seibert, both a physician and a deacon in the Episcopal church, shows us the timelessness of the Psalms and how they speak to us in our busy lives if we only can learn to listen. The Call of the Psalms is full of honesty, se ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published November 22nd 2009 by Temenos Publishing
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Dr. Joanna Seibert is a professor of radiology and pediatrics at Arkansas Children’s Hospital and the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences and has been an ordained deacon in the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas for thirteen years. She has served as a deacon at St. Margaret’s, Trinity Cathedral Little Rock, and was assigned to St. Luke’s North Little Rock in 2011. She is the author of several books ...more
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