A Simple Gift of Comfort: Healing Words for Difficult Times

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Harvest House Pub, Jul 1, 2002 - Religion - 64 pages
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Gently crossing the wilderness of sorrow to the shelter of encouragement, Jane Kirkpatrick shares compassionate meditations and promises of Scripture. Tranquil photographs - a child's trusting hand, sunrise over a glass lake, a colander of bright berries - create a lovely expression of caring for those wishing to walk beside a friend or family member who hurts.

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User Review  - Linda - Goodreads

This book was first released as "A Burden Shared: Words to Encourage Your Days." "A Simple Gift of Comfort" is a revision with photographs.I have an original first issue with the ragged edges, but the ... Read full review

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A collection of meditations, Scriptures, and stories—gifts, words of comfort to ease the pain of the day. “The rhythm of every day is a testimony to God's faithfulness. And deep in this moment of ... Read full review


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Jane Kirkpatrick is the author of twenty books and is a two-time winner of the WILLA Literary Award. Her first novel, A Sweetness to the Soul, won the Western Heritage Wrangler Award, an honor given to writers such as Barbara Kingsolver and Larry McMurtry. For twenty-six years she 'homesteaded' with her husband Jerry on a remote ranch in Eastern Oregon. She now lives with Jerry, and her two dogs and one cat on small acreage in Central Oregon while she savors the value of friendship over fame.

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