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Where do you turn when you need God’s thoughts on life? The Bible Promise Book, now in a brand-new God Calling edition. Barbour’s Bible Promise Books are perennial bestsellers, with millions of copies in print, and this unique edition features inspiring themes from the classic devotional edited by A. J. Russell. With Bible promises arranged into more than a dozen topics—including All Is Well, Blessings Are Yours, I Am Love, I Give Eternal Life, I Will Hear You, My Plans Are Perfect, and You Are Mine—each scripture will speak directly to your heart, drawing you ever closer to your heavenly Father.
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