A Cup of Comfort Devotional for Women: A daily reminder of faith for Christian women by Christian Women

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Adams Media, Sep 1, 2007 - Religion - 448 pages
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In this special addition to the bestselling A Cup of Comfort series, more than 100 contributors extend a sisterly hand to help you stay on the path of Christian love and devotion every day of the year.

You will cherish real-life heroines such as: Mimi, whose love for her daughter and trust in the Lord allows her to confront her greatest fear Maralee, whose kidney cancer is diagnosed on Valentine's Day and, by God's grace, is healed in time for her beloved son's wedding that June Renee, a substitute teacher who asks God to help her connect with a troubled student

With a touching story for each month and biblical passages as well as accounts of women's real-life encounters with God for every day in the year, A Cup of Comfort Devotional for Women is a daily dose of grace and goodness for Christians everywhere.

 

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Contents

Valentines Day Surprise
37
God in a Jungle
71
No More Slithering Fears
107
A Mothers Day Gift
141
The Bonus Child by Jewell Johnson
175
God Hears by Elisa YagerVillas
209
Intensive Caring by Lisa M Konzen
245
911 Hope by Colleen Yang
281
Comfort Comes in Bunches
315
A Touch of Love by Lisa Crayton
351
My Dads Christmas
385
Contributors
420
Scripture Index
437
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James Stuart Bell, Jr., was director of religious publishing at Doubleday, executive director of Bridge Publishing, and executive editor at Moody Publishing. He has written or consulted for more than a dozen other Christian publishers. At present he is the owner of Whitestone Communications, Inc., a literary development agency. His roles include writer, editor, compiler, packager, publishing consultant, and literary agent. He makes his home in the western suburbs of Chicago and is married with four children.

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