I've Got to Talk to Somebody, God: A Woman's Conversations with God

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Bantam Books, Sep 1, 1982 - Religion - 135 pages
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In this classic inspirational work, Marjorie Holmes shares her "c"onversations with God, touching upon the big issues and the smaller details of a woman's everyday life. From marital difficulties, routine household tasks, and problems with children, to keeping healthy and sane in an increasingly violent world, "I've Got to Talk to Somebody, God" reminds us all that no matter where we are or what we do, God is watching over.

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User Review  - Gabrielle - Goodreads

I absolutely loved this book. This is about a woman's conversations with God. The woman feels alone sometimes in her life, and I think we all do at some point. This woman however, reassures us that ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jo - Goodreads

I read this book because Catherine Marshall's endorsement as "pocket prayers" on the back. It has a good development in the prayers and a maturing. I liked that. It is very real and down to earth - I like that. I gave it to a friend because I really liked the meeting of heart issues with prayer. Read full review

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Marjorie Holmes was the author of the long-running columns "Love and Laughter" and "A Woman's Conversations with God." Her work has appeared in numerous publications, and she has received many prestigious awards.

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