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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2014
Brilliant panache is added to the genre of introspection and self-growth! Rebecca has artistically resurrected the beautiful, poetic worship style of the Shepherd-King David. A unique, fresh approach brings new inspiration to your journaling. With imaginative skill, she utilizes the written word like a paintbrush in her picturesque turn of phrase by shading meaning into the ordinary. This stimulating fashion will add a splash of refreshment to your quiet time!
Contemporary, Psalm-style poetry opens each topical thought, prayer or praise, accompanied by
short narrative of the topic that sketches a present-day life application.
Scriptures re-enforce the power tool of Gods Word, and blank lined pages are included to allow for the poet in you to compose your own thoughts and psalms!
Destined to reignite the expressive spirit of worship to personal devotion and journaling!
Makes a delightful gift book!
Dont forget to give one to yourself!
At once inspirational and vulnerable, Rebecca Lamarches I Borrowed Davids Harp weaves poetry with personal story, offering fresh insight into everyday scripture readings. Rebecca reminds readers that the Bible is not a 12-step self-help book, but rather a relationship with a personal God, who yearns for His people to smile at the future, and the now. Youll find I Borrowed Davids Harp a pure joy to read, not only once, but over and over.
Cornelia Becker Seigneur, speaker and author of
Images of America: WEST LINN and WriterMom Tales.
Beautifully written, biblically sound, with wonderful insight. Every page drew me in, I would recommend this book to anyone looking to deepen their faith and strengthen their walk with God.
Jimmy Myers, PhD, LPC-S, Executive Director, The Timothy Center