Daily Light Devotional: Burgundy

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Thomas Nelson Incorporated, Aug 1, 1998 - Religion - 832 pages
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Anne Graham Lotz, a powerful Bible teacher in her own right, now takes this revered classic and includes some of her own favorite scripture verses and a new introduction. The book includes NKJV readings for every morning and evening of the year plus a topical index of 60 subjects.

JCountryman offers the only leather edition which is available with tan or burgundy cover and features a gift box, ribbon, and gilded pages.

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Makes for a lovely gift

User Review  - Auntie Jen - Christianbook.com

I love the various verses for each day. Since these verses are usually grouped in a theme, they often give me a fresh insight into a verse or idea, a new way of looking at it. My parents gave me this ... Read full review

The Best Devotional In Print!

User Review  - ejm48 - Christianbook.com

I have loved this for many years. Wore my original first paperback to many pieces. This one has the nice leather cover and will never wear out. I give a copy as a gift to those I love most at what seems to be the right moment in time. Lovely quality as well. Read full review

About the author (1998)

Anne Graham Lotz was born on May 21, 1948 in Montreat, North Carolina. She is the daughter of evangelist Billy Graham and Ruth Graham. Her revival ministry was launched in 2000 and she has spoken in more than twenty foreign countries. She has been awarded six honorary doctorates for her extensive work in the area of Bible study and exposition. Currently she is the president and CEO of AnGeL Ministries. She is the author of over eleven books. Four of her books received the Gold Medallion Book Award from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association, Just Give me Jesus, The Vision of his Glory, My Heart's Cry and God's Story. Her 2016 New York Times Bestseller is entitled The Daniel Prayer: Prayer That Moves Heaven and Changes Nations.

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