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From Fear to Freedom: Living as Sons and Daughters of God (edition 2000)

by Rose Marie Miller (Author)

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For all those who live in fear of never quite "measuring up," this honest account of one woman's spiritual crisis provides a new look at the transforming power of God's grace in the midst of weakness. Readers will be encouraged to relinquish the role of spiritual "orphan" and embrace a forgiving heavenly Father.… (more)
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Title:From Fear to Freedom: Living as Sons and Daughters of God
Authors:Rose Marie Miller (Author)
Info:Shaw Books (2000), Edition: 1st Edition., 176 pages
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From Fear to Freedom
Rose Marie Miller
This book was recommended to me by a dear pastor. It was a gem. I came away from this book with a greater view of my place in the Kingdom of God. I would recommend this book to Christians whether they are new in the Kingdom or have been Christians for decades. This book can give you a view of the Lord that in the daily grind is lost or put aside. It has blessed my walk with Christ greatly. ( )
  Robin661 | Jun 29, 2012 |
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For all those who live in fear of never quite "measuring up," this honest account of one woman's spiritual crisis provides a new look at the transforming power of God's grace in the midst of weakness. Readers will be encouraged to relinquish the role of spiritual "orphan" and embrace a forgiving heavenly Father.

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