Power Of A Praying Woman Box Of Blessings
Draw near to God when you pray the powerful prayers held in The Power of a Praying Woman Box of Blessings. Women are often quick to carry the needs of all those around them to God, and so forget about themselves. Use the prayers in this Box of Blessings to align your heart to the will of the Father.
A white box on the tight-fitting cornflower blue lid of the Box of Blessings features the author’s name in blue foil.
The blue lid tops a box decorated with bright yellow flowers. The title is printed in a white frame and is foiled in blue.
The Power of a Praying Woman
50 double-sided cards will fill your heart and mind with prayers and Scripture. The front of each card features a prayer. This side is decorated with two flower patterns in opposing corners. The back of each card features a supporting Scripture verse, printed in a cornflower blue box framed by a yellow floral border.
Themes covered by the prayers include strength against evil, forgiveness, aligning your will to God’s, daily surrender, worship, joy, and much more.
A Box of Blessings is small enough to fit in a purse, a car console, your kitchen drawer, or a backpack. Read a card each day as a prayer prompt or reach for a card in the middle of the day for comfort.
The Power of a Praying Woman Box of Blessings makes a great add-on gift to a journal for Mother’s Day. It is also a quick and easy read for a new mom stressed for quiet time or a student going off to college. Share The Power of a Praying Woman Box of Blessings with a sister of a friend seeking a deeper prayer life for her birthday.
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SKU (UPC): 6006937150423
Compiled by: Christian Art Gifts
Published: October 2021
Publisher: Christian Art Gifts
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