By Sally D. Sharpe
This booklet bargains a year's worthy of day-by-day devotional readings from twelve diversified girls of religion. This booklet is for ladies of every age. every one day's interpreting incorporates a concentration Scripture verse from a mixture of translations, a quick mirrored image, and a prayer.
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