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Fill Me with Hope--Daily Devotional Insights from Classical Christian Writings (Barbour Value Classics)

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When customers ask for devotionals with real substance, point them to the Barbour Value Classics line. These 365-day books feature writings of the giants of Christendom--people like Charles Spurgeon, John Wesley, Matthew Henry, and Andrew Murray. It's very accessible introduction to some of the most important figures in Christian history.
Paperback, 384 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
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Adeena
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this book was good. it was filled with inspirational poems and quotes from classic writings. i was introduced by this book because it was just sitting their in a pile of books that i began looking through.
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Hope heals us and these 365 readings, each with a Bible quote and an excerpt written by Christians from the past, will encourage all those who use my toilet.
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