Come Away My Beloved

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Barbour Publishing, Incorporated, Jul 1, 2008 - Religion - 252 pages
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Here's your invitation to "come away" with your loving heavenly Father-with the classic, original text of the million-selling devotional Come Away, My Beloved. This powerful book, "forged in the crucible of life," shares the ministering spirit of the heavenly Father to those in need of encouragement, hope, comfort, and conviction. Through compelling prose and poetry, author Frances J. Roberts encourages readers to "come away" and experience God's all- sufficient care and provision.

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User Review  - Lorrie -

i love this little devotional. ive learned so much by reading it. I have bought several copies to give as gifts. The folks who received them have loved them as well. I received mine as a gift. it just speaks to my heart. i look forward to reading it every morning. Read full review

Review: Come Away, My Beloved--Classic Edition

User Review  - Rev Candy -

I know a lot of women out there are really into the "Jesus Calling" and "She Reads Truth" devotionals currently and they are good. But this here is the original devotional of that ilk and is AMAZING ... Read full review

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FRANCES J. ROBERTS (1918-2009) is best known for her classic devotional Come Away My Beloved. She founded The King's Press in 1964, where she authored and published Come Away and eight other books, selling over 1.5 million copies in 30 years. After graduating from Moody Bible Institute in 1938, Roberts served as Florida's state director for Child Evangelism Fellowship, writing the popular "Wordless Book Song" during her tenure there. An accomplished musician with eighty-eight published hymns, Roberts also taught at a Spanish mission school and worked as a professional accompanist, performing at various churches.

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