Perfect Peace

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Author House, Nov 16, 2011 - Religion - 56 pages
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Perfect Peace came about rather organically. “I was taking a year to stop watching TV and study the Bible,” says Millard. “During that time I started doing Sudoku puzzles and thought it would be neat to find a fun way to incorporate my bible study in a puzzle format.”

With Perfect Peace, Millard delivers a fun way for readers to build their awareness of who God is and who they are in God. It is a hands-on, quick way of learning how to navigate the Bible. In short, it is a two-week, one-a-day puzzle to increase readers’ faith.

 

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Contents

Encouragment
2
Hope
4
Righteousness
6
Sound Mind
8
The Word
10
Give Thanks
12
Healed
14
Secure in God
16
The Will of God
18
A Friend
20
Joyful Hymns
22
Be Anxious for Nothing
24
Bible Trivia
26
Hymns
28
Puzzle Solutions
31
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About the author (2011)

Sandra Millard lives in New York with her husband. She is a mother of three children. During many recent life changes including leaving the corporate world after 23 years, the empty-nester, has found fulfillment in writing Perfect Peace and her continuous study of the Bible. Millard hopes her book will give peace to readers. “God has good thoughts about them and wants them to know he loves them,” she says. According to her, the Bible has answers to every situation. She wants readers to know there is a peace that passes basic understanding. “We can have peace in the most difficult times if we keep our mind on God, knowing that He cares and is with us always.”

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