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There's nothing like a new hat to accentuate an ensemble. And there's nothing like "putting on" the mind of Christ to transform your life. Women of Faith speaker and best-selling author Patsy Clairmont invites readers to don their "thinking caps" and consider...

"Consider the lilies..." in a garden hat.

"Consider the heavens..." in an artist's beret.

"Consider what great things he has done for you..." in a party hat

Using a variety of Bible verses beginning with this thoughtful verb, Patsy draws parallels to diverse styles of hats. The compact format and two-color fanciful artwork make The Hat Box an ideal gift. Patsy's playful approach yields a powerful truth that we can indeed have the mind of Christ if we are willing to consider the truths He has given in His Word.

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ISBN: 9781418569235
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