A Simple Gift of Comfort

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Harvest House Pub, 2002 - Religion - 64 pages
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Gently crossing the wilderness of sorrow to the shelter of encouragement, Jane Kirkpatrick shares compassionate meditations and promises of Scripture. Tranquil photographs -- a child's trusting hand, sunrise over a glass lake, a colander of bright berries -- create a lovely expression of caring for those wishing to walk beside a friend or family member who hurts.

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User Review  - Linda - Goodreads

This book was first released as "A Burden Shared: Words to Encourage Your Days." "A Simple Gift of Comfort" is a revision with photographs.I have an original first issue with the ragged edges, but the ... Read full review

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A collection of meditations, Scriptures, and stories—gifts, words of comfort to ease the pain of the day. “The rhythm of every day is a testimony to God's faithfulness. And deep in this moment of ... Read full review


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Jane Kirkpatrick is the award-winning author of many novels, including "A Flickering Light". She is a frequent speaker at conferences and lives in Oregon. Visit www.jkbooks.com for more.

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