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How can we see God through His creation? The Nature of God: Daily Devotionals Celebrating SUMMER shows how by comparing animal behavior, weather, and other natural phenomena with God’s attributes. The first in a series of four seasonal devotionals, this book delivers inspiration and refreshment for those struggling to know God in a deeper way. The author’s short bursts of spiritual “meat” are based on her personal experiences of nature, especially as enjoyed in the northern parts of the United States. Her insights about simple things such as snow, garden seeds, and earthquakes will hook the reader with the eternal truths of God’s Word as seen through the eyes of His creation. Often humorous, her stories encourage the reader toward increased faith, help in coping with everyday problems, and revelation of God’s personality. Each devotional integrates Scripture lessons with the text, offering a profound, juxtaposed picture of the Creator’s love. Each also includes lined space to add thoughts and prayers. Larger type than normal is provided, as well as an order form for the author’s published books.
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Sally Bair’s love of nature has manifested itself in her writings ever since she wrote her first book, “Wild Hero,” at age 13. Weather and wild critters play a big role in her next two published books, Williwaw Winds and Trouble at Fish Camp. And her weekly devotionals, “Eternal Perspectives,” written since 2003 for area newspapers and online readers, focus on how God’s character is evident in His creation. Sally has also written advertising copy, newsletters, and short stories. She was a journalist for a daily newspaper during and after her college years. Her list of projects-in-the-works includes a series of Sasquatch books for kids, Bible stories for kids, a Young Adult series, and several memoirs. She has received numerous awards for her writing. Besides writing, Sally gives inspirational talks and teaches memoir writing. She lives on Lake Superior’s south shore where writing inspiration peeks around every turn in the road she travels. You can contact Sally at www.sallybair.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com.
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Book Description Cedar Haven Books, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0984134689
Book Description Cedar Haven Books, 2015. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 220 pages. 8.50x5.50x0.50 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk0984134689