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A beautiful way to remind Mom that her love encourages the entire family! 

This charming Mother’s Day book offers uplifting words and Scripture to tell moms just how much they are loved and needed. Something Beautiful for Mother contains 96 devotions on subjects including grace, love, peace, faith, and forgiveness. These encouraging words will inspire a mother in her personal and intimate relationship with God.

Note: Must be ordered in multiples of 24. 

Published: Thomas Nelson on
ISBN: 9781400319787
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