Item description for Carols of Devotion: Treasures from Our Favorite Christmas Hymns by Doug Samples...
Overview The Christmas season goes by quickly. Slow down and add richness to your celebration with devotionals taken from beautiful phrases tucked away in these timeless carols. Reflect on the unbelievable gift of Christ's coming into our world with your family this season.
Publishers Description This Christmas devotional book draws thoughtful meditations from the significant phrases found in our favorite Christmas hymns. The season goes by quickly, and with many wonderful carols to sing, we often don't have enough time to sing them more than once. Too often we are in a 'fast forward' mode for the holidays and we miss out on the richness contained in the songs. But tucked away in each of these carols is a beautiful phrase (sometimes hiding in the 3rd or 4th verse) that conveys the love of a savior who came as a baby in a manger. This book gives readers the chance to sit down by the fire and unwrap these hidden Christmas treasures. Each phrase will open up new venues to reflect on the glories of the season.
Citations And Professional Reviews Carols of Devotion: Treasures from Our Favorite Christmas Hymns by Doug Samples has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Christian Retailing - 08/23/2004 page 42
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Studio: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.14" Width: 4.5" Height: 0.27" Weight: 0.22 lbs.
Release Date Aug 15, 2003
Publisher Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City
ISBN 0834120712 ISBN13 9780834120716
Availability 0 units.
More About Doug Samples
Doug Samples started out early in life with a definite call to be a missionary! No doubts. No questions. No problems. But God abruptly changed all that to a call to youth ministry and then a call to pastoral ministry. Now he is a professor of ministry at Southern Nazarene University. How can anyone this mixed up have anything worthwhile to say about understanding God's call? Maybe you'll be surprised.