Praying with Jane: 31 Days through the Prayers of Jane Austen

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Baker Books, Oct 2, 2018 - Religion - 160 pages
The charm of Jane Austen and her novels has been enjoyed for over 200 years by readers around the world. Much has been written about her fascinating life, yet little is known about Jane's spiritual side. In this lovely 31-day devotional, you will get an in-depth look at Miss Austen's vibrant, steadfast prayer and faith life. Her intimate relationship with the Father comes to life through her exquisite prayers, touching biographical anecdotes, intimate excerpts from family letters and memoirs, and illuminating scenes from her novels.

Spiritual insights and Scripture references shed light on the profound meaning behind Miss Austen's prayers and the enduring truths they contain. Each day ends with a key Bible verse and invitation to "pray with Jane," helping to ignite and deepen your own vibrant relationship with the Father.
 

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Praying with Jane: 31 Days Through the Prayers of Jane Austen by Rachel Dodge offers readers a daily devotional based on the three known prayers written by Jane Austen. Each prayer receives ten or ... Read full review

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In this 31 day devotional you will explore Jane Austen’s personal prayers that were written during her evening prayer. By reading and studying these prayers, you will feel as if you are getting to ... Read full review

Contents

Cover 1
Prayer One 13
Give Us Grace Almighty Father 15
An EverPresent Help 19
Fix Our Thoughts 23
Give Us Pure Hearts 27
A Day Well Spent 31
Open Our Eyes 35
Under His Care 43
Help for the Helpless 47
A Genuine Faith 51
Day 12
A Fervent Faith 93
Day 22
Thy Heavenly Kingdom 135
Special Invitation 146

Every Good and Perfect Gift 39
About the Author 160

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Rachel Dodge teaches college English and Jane Austen classes, gives talks at libraries, teas, and Jane Austen groups, and is a writer for the popular Jane Austen's World blog. She is passionate about telling stories that bring God glory and about encouraging and equipping families to grow closer to Jesus through prayer and the study of God's Word. A true "Janeite" at heart, Rachel enjoys books, bonnets, and ball gowns. She makes her home in California with her husband, Robert, and their two young children.

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