A Collection of Love Gifts

Front Cover
Barbour Pub Incorporated, Feb 1, 2007 - Poetry - 96 pages
103 Reviews
Experience the enduring love of your heavenly Father through this treasured volume of inspiring poetry by Helen Steiner Rice, the poet laureate of inspirational verse. Poems like Finding Faith in a Flower and Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled will refresh and inspire long-time and first-time readers and is perfect for ministry use or personal evangelism. You'll find your spirit lifted and your heart drawn to God as you read this wonderful collection of poems - A Collection of Love Gifts.

What people are saying - Write a review

User ratings

5 stars
78
4 stars
23
3 stars
0
2 stars
1
1 star
1

Gift at 'Tour of Tables'

User Review  - Julie - Christianbook.com

This gift was a hit when presented at the seating place for each person at my '1 Corinthians 13:13' theme decorated table. The verses, quotes, and reflections in this book are very inspirational and I use these at the beginning of each meeting at work. Read full review

perfect gift

User Review  - Jenn - Christianbook.com

I purchased these as gifts for teachers. They are wonderful. Full of short poems and inspirations to help up lift on any day. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
22
Section 2
25
Section 3
31
Section 4
34
Section 5
46
Section 6
48
Section 7
54
Section 8
58
Section 9
96
Copyright

Other editions - View all

About the author (2007)

Helen Steiner Rice, 1900 - 1981 Poet Helen Steiner Rice was born May 19, 1900 in Lorain, Ohio. She married Franklin Rice, a banker, in 1928, who then died in 1932. She then took her first job at Lorain Electric Light & Power Company and went on to work for the Gibson Greeting Cards Company. She wrote poetry for greeting cards for forty years. Some of her poetry collections published were "Someone Cares" (1972), "Somebody Loves You" (1976), "And the Greatest of These is Love" (1980), "Celebrations of the Heart" (1987), "Blossoms of Friendship" (1992), "A Book of Courage" (1996), and "Heart Gifts From Helen Steiner Rice: A Special Selection of Her Poems and a Pen Portrait of Her as a Person" (1968). On April 23, 1981, Helen Steiner Rice died after a long illness in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Bibliographic information