Kept for the Master's Use (Google eBook)

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Curiosmith, 2010 - Religion - 146 pages
2 Reviews
Frances Ridley Havergal shares her devotion to Jesus in this heartfelt exposition of the hymn, "Take My Life and Let It Be." Chapter by chapter, one for each two line stanza, she implores the reader to examine their lives. This book is filled with common sense practical help to see through excuses, half-heartedness and doubts and to move closer to the Savior. Her earnest pursuit of a more dedicated heart will help anyone to live a more committed, consecrated life.
  

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Review: Kept for the Master's use (Summit books)

User Review  - Lynda Newman - Goodreads

Frances Ridley Havergal wrote the song Take My Life and let it be Consecrated Lord to Thee. This book takes this song, verse by verse. At the end is some poetry that she wrote. I enjoyed it all. Read full review

Review: Kept for the Master's use (Summit books)

User Review  - Grace - Goodreads

I received this book as a gift from a dear spiritual leader in my life a few years ago in college. It is one of my all time favorites because it is practical, straight-forward, gospel based book ... Read full review

Contents

OUR LIVES KEPT FOR JESUS
9
OUR MOMENTS KEPT FOR JESUS
28
OUR FEET KEPT FOR JESUS
50
OUR LIPS KEPT FOR JESUS
72
OUR SILVER AND GOLD KEPT FOR JESUS
86
OUR INTELLECTS KEPT FOR JESUS
99
OUR HEARTS KEPT FOR JESUS
114
CHRIST FOR US
134
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About the author (2010)

Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879) was born in Worcestershire, England. Her father was a vicar and a hymn writer. Intelligent and educated, her life was characterized by a deep earnest consecration to Jesus. She wrote many devotional books and hundreds of hymns and poems.

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