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ISBN: 0847407195
Publisher Lincoln, Nebraska: Back to the Bible Publications (1980)
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Teen devotions for a Year.

Take 5 To Grow Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Take 5 To Grow from your list? Take 5 To Grow. Teen devotions for a Year. Published 1979 by Back to the Bible.

The One Year Devos for Teens 2. Susie Shellenberger. You know, really, only God's opinion matters. The One Year Devotions for Teens" will show you how time spent with God can help you sort through all that input to tackle the tough issues you face every day. Each day's devotional will help you apply truth to those real-life situations, guide you to better hear God's voice through Scripture and prayer, and encourage you in the struggles you're facing.

Great year of devotions!!! Great book for challenging the family to get closer to Jesus Christ. I have found reading from this book to be a wonderful conversation starter at mealtime. Everyone should read it with their family at dinner. It can also ensure consistent reinforcement of your spiritual values if this book is applicable to your faith.

ISBN13:9780847407170. Release Date:January 1979.

New Year Devotionals. Your Daily Prayer It grows in valleys. Your Daily Bible Verse. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; for You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me. (Psalm 23:4 nkjv). Psalm 23:4 often has been taken as a truth to provide comfort to someone who is dying. I think that is fine. And the real fruit and depth and character in your Christian life will not come through the good times, per se. Instead, it will come from times of difficulty and suffering as you are being conformed into the image of Jesus Christ and are learning to completely trust Him. Maybe you’re in a valley. Know that it won’t last forever.