Paws to Reflect: 365 Daily Devotions for the Animal Lover's Soul - eBook  -     By: Devon O'Day
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Abingdon Press / 2012 / ePub

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 9781426755781
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Sometimes human communication falls short in conveying spiritual truth. God speaks through whatever means He chooses and often he chooses animals.  Dogs teach unconditional love. The purr of a kitten can bring peace. Horses show us how to harness our strength with grace.
Paws to Reflect offers gentle daily reflections for those who seek to grow spiritually by observing the animal kingdom and all the lessons it teaches.

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Kim McLean is a Dove Award winning, Grammy nominated songwriter/artist and speaker with more than 300 songs recorded by artists like Tim McGraw, Trisha Yearwood, Sierra, and The Martins with songs used regularly on the Gaither Homecomings. The Greensboro, NC native’s TV/film music credits include West Wing (NBC), Cold Case (CBS), Hope & Faith (ABC) and many others. As a recording artist, her duet with Dolly Parton Angels and Eagles has become a Mother’s Day classic.  She holds a Master’s degree in Biblical Theology and is an ordained elder in The Church of the Nazarene.  Her original music has thematically launched the international Come to the Fire Women’s Conference. Devon O’Day is an internationally known radio/TV personality, author, speaker, and songwriter originally from Pineville, LA.  Her song credits include George Strait, Hank Williams Jr, Trace Adkins and more.  Her voice has been heard on every major TV network, several syndicated radio shows, Fox-News, Bravo, Lifetime, narration of over 20 audio books and thousands of commercials.  She has authored My Angels Wear Fur, My Southern Food, and Goodbye My Friend which includes a CD of original music by Kim McLean.

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    My heart was touched from the first sentence. If you love animals and God's word, this is a great book for one year of special devotionals and then for your Christian Library.
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    LOVE YOUR GOD GIVEN PETS
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    I WILL GIVE THIS AS A GIFT BUT AFTER BROWSING I AM SURE TO GET ONE FOR MYSELF. THIS IS A GOOD READ FOR EVERYONE THAT LOVES THEIR PETS. TAKE CARE OF YOUR PETS, THEY ARE ON LOAN FROM "GOD" AND COULD BE ANGELS IN DISGUISE.
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