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Ruth Bell Graham's Collected Poems

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Since childhood Ruth Bell Graham has found comfort and encouragement in the evocative and healing power of poetry. When she was searching for guidance, she would often write a poem to God. When her husband was traveling or her busy children were tiring her out, writing poetry was an outlet for her feelings. Though she insists her poems were never meant for publication, people everywhere relate to the insights, struggles, and joys her poetry conveys. Now available in trade paper for the first time, Ruth Bell Graham's Collected Poems is the only comprehensive volume of her work. This inspiring collection traces her life of faith from the time she was a teenager through her roles as wife and mother. It includes poems from Sitting by My Laughing Fire and Clouds Are the Dust of My Feet, as well as some poems that were unpublished prior to the cloth edition of this book. Ruth Bell Graham's solid trust in the Lord has continued to inspire all who know her. This stirring collection of her honest and beautifully crafted poetry makes a perfect gift for someone special and will be appreciated by Mrs. Graham's many readers around the world.… (mere)
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Since childhood Ruth Bell Graham has found comfort and encouragement in the evocative and healing power of poetry. When she was searching for guidance, she would often write a poem to God. When her husband was traveling or her busy children were tiring her out, writing poetry was an outlet for her feelings. Though she insists her poems were never meant for publication, people everywhere relate to the insights, struggles, and joys her poetry conveys. Now available in trade paper for the first time, Ruth Bell Graham's Collected Poems is the only comprehensive volume of her work. This inspiring collection traces her life of faith from the time she was a teenager through her roles as wife and mother. It includes poems from Sitting by My Laughing Fire and Clouds Are the Dust of My Feet, as well as some poems that were unpublished prior to the cloth edition of this book. Ruth Bell Graham's solid trust in the Lord has continued to inspire all who know her. This stirring collection of her honest and beautifully crafted poetry makes a perfect gift for someone special and will be appreciated by Mrs. Graham's many readers around the world.

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