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Number of Pages: 928
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 6.50 (inches)|
Streams in the Desert, Revised--Large Print Trade PaperbackL.B. CowmanZondervan / 1997 / Trade Paperback$12.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 98 Reviews
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Streams for Teens: Thoughts on Seeking God's Will and DirectionL.B. CowmanZondervan / 2013 / Hardcover$2.49 Retail:
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Streams in the Desert and Springs in the Valley combine in this morning and evening devotional to not only sustain and replenish Gods weary desert travelers but also provide refreshment and joy to the thirsty soul.
Streams in the Desert is one of the most popular and beloved daily devotionals of all time. Now it has been combined with Cowmans follow-up Springs in the Valley for a perfect morning and evening devotional. Over 900 pages of encouraging readings will speak to your soul with the ageless truth of the Word of God.
Cowmans timeless messages lend guidance and hope while encouraging a deeper faith walk. She shares cool draughts of wisdom and insight into Gods character, drawn from the Scriptures and purified through a lifetime of experience. You will relish the opportunity to drink from enduring wisdom twice daily.
Start your mornings and wind down during your evenings by connecting your heart to the One who knows it best through Streams in the Desert Morning and Evening.
L. B. Cowman worked as a pioneer missionary with her husband in Japan and China from 1901 to 1917, during which time they helped found the Oriental Missionary Society. When Mr. Cowman's poor health forced the couple to return to the United States, Mrs. Cowman turned her attention to caring for her husband until his death six years later. Out of Mrs. Cowman's experiences and heartbreak came her first book, Streams in the Desert, followed by its companion Springs in the Valley. During the next twenty-five years, Mrs. Cowman inspired several nationwide Scripture distribution campaigns and wrote seven more books. Finally, on Easter Sunday in 1960, at the age of ninety, Mrs. Cowman met face-to-face the God she had served so faithfully for nearly a century.