Dear Jesus: Seeking His Life in Your Life (Google eBook)

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Oct 30, 2007 - Religion - 256 pages
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From your heart's deepest cry to life's joyful praises, nothing is off limits to Jesus.
Knowing Jesus on a deeper, more personal level means sharing all aspects of your life with Him...every day. In Dear Jesus, Sarah Young exemplifies what it means to do this-to dialogue with the Savior. She begins each of the 120 devotionals by sharing intimate struggles and longings that weigh on the heart-being preoccupied with problems; being dissatisfied with oneself, and other spiritual issues. Jesus then responds in His loving way by giving guidance and encouragement, using Scripture as the foundation from which His words flow. Readers will be drawn into the presence of God through these spiritual letters of grace.

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Review: Dear Jesus: Seeking His Light in Your Life

User Review  - Kathy -

Sarah Young's devotionals are what I use daily for meeting with God. Her writtings express my feelings in a way I can not always express myself. She is truly blessed to have such insights into God's Heart and mine. Read full review

....if you want to sense His Presence, you will!

User Review  - Katt -

I started reading Jesus Calling last fall. Now I own and read everything that Sarah Young has written and published. It also has become one of my favorite Bibles! I'm ordering for my family and friends now. :) Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Sarah Young is quietly leading millions on a journey of intimacy with Christ.She has been featured in the"New York Times", "Wall Street Journal", "USA Today", and "Christianity Today"and has sold ove r10 million books worldwide."Jesus Today" received the 2013 ECPA Christian Book of the Year award. Sarah and her husband lived overseas for decades, counseling and planting churches in Japan and Australia. They currently live in the US.

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