Life Changing Bible Verses Every Woman Should Know
Is it time for you to stretch your spiritual muscles? These encouraging Bible verses from the Old and New Testaments will help you strengthen your devotional life. Each short chapter focuses on several inspirational Bible verses on specific topics and provides timely explanations and applications. Use these readings to guide your Bible memorization or simply to experience God’s personal touch as He uses His Word to…
*encourage, heal, and nourish you
*sustain you in difficult times and comfort you in sorrow
*instruct you, bringing you wisdom and discernment
*keep you from sin and protect you from evil
*provide stability in your ever-changing world
As you immerse yourself in these encouraging Bible verses, your desire to read, understand, and memorize God’s Word will grow. As a result, you’ll clarify what you believe and be able to speak the truth in love and bring hope to others around you.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780736952934
Binding: Trade Paper
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
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