Stepping Stones to Freedom: A 40 Day Devotional Study

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    It takes three weeks to start a new habit and six weeks to establish it. Here are six weeks' worth of daily readings for those who find themselves so bruised and weary that any kind of regular Bible reading or sustained time of prayer is beyond them - yet still want to hear from God. Each week has a separate focus based on the stepping stones of discovery: know you are redeemed and precious; rediscover the leader; reclaim hope; reform your thinking; reawaken your dreams; revive your life. The point of the book is to engender a process of change, one step at a time. The book will be fully illustrated with colour photographs.

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    Number of Pages: 160
    Format(s): Hardback - ISBN: 9781854248954
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    Listed in: Bible readings, selections & meditations, Personal Christian testimony & popular inspirational works
    Publisher: Monarch Books

    Books by Rachel Hickson

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    RRP: £7.99

    Total: £7.25

    Save: £0.74 per copy!

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