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Each reflection is a small dose of spiritual truth to start or complete your day. Morning selections include a brief prayer and reflection. Evening readings are based on God's promises to encourage and enlighten you. Some of the prayers and promises include:
- God, remind me that there is more to life than this disease.
- God, give me strength to believe that you can heal me.
- God, give me something to laugh about.
- God, help me to leave a legacy for my family.
- God, I don't feel like praying.
Ed Dobson, pastor emeritus of Calvary Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, serves as an advisory editor for Christianity Today and consulting editor for Leadership. He holds an earned doctorate from the University of Virginia, was named "Pastor of the Year" by Moody Bible Institute, and is author of numerous books including Blinded by Might and Starting a Seeker Sensitive Service. He moved to the USA in 1964 from Northern Ireland and now lives with his family in Grand Rapids.
Number of Pages: 128
Publication Date: 2007
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dietrighterGreen Lake, WIAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5This product is very comfortingFebruary 10, 2012dietrighterGreen Lake, WIAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5In a time of life crisis, this is a must read. At this time of your life, if you don't have Christ, you have no hope. I feel that it will bring more people to Christ and reaffirm his promises to those that do know him. Thank you to Ed Dobson for sharing his journey through his illness, with us.
smitchell5 Stars Out Of 5February 14, 2008smitchellThis book leads you to hope and living each day to it's fullest. I enjoy Dobson's writing style and that it's written as a devotional that I actually can make time to read.