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God's little book of hope - Richard Daly

9780007246250
Title
God's little book of hope - words of inspiration and encouragement for difficult times
Author
Richard Daly
format
Paperback / softback
Type
BOOK
Publisher
Collins
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20070402

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A pocket-sized book filled with inspirational religious thoughts on the theme of hope.
Each page has an inspirational thought or idea, along with a related Bible reference for futrther reading and encouragement.

"What a caterpillar calls the end, the rest of the world calls a butterfly."

In a time when things seem rather despairing, and when the news of the day seems to be nothing more than bad news, what hope is there when the future seems so hopeless?

There are people dying with no hope and, perhaps even worse, people living with no hope . and yet in the midst of such a seemingly dark and gloomy outlook, there is a ray of light. We can experience life and be optimistic of a bright future and a hopeful tomorrow. It is God's desire that we live life abundantly, but how can we do this?

Open this little book at any page, and answers will be provided, enabling you to experience a life worth living:

"Pick yourself up when you fall down. No one else is likely to."

"There are no hopeless situations . only attitudes that have grown hopeless about them."

A full-time church minister, Richard has authored several books with Collins. Most recently he wrote the God's little book of... collection

As a Samaritan Volunteer, Richard particularly enjoys focusing on the ministry of encouragement and reconciliation, reaching out to those in need. Richard has led a number of tours to the Holy Land and Egypt and naturally enjoys travelling. He also served as a Chaplain in the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.

Keyword Index
Meditations.|Hope - Religious aspects - Christianity.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
160