The Quest for Serenity
For this classic devotional, Ruth Bell Graham has offered a stirring introduction, margin notes, and comments. Writes Mrs. Graham: "How do we develop the inner peace and serenity we so desperately need? G.H. Morling addresses this problem better and more simply than anyone I know. This little volume has helped countless thousands of people". (Word)
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Introduction to the Quest
The Calm of Sins Forgiven
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