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Margaret Bottome- Crumbs from the Kings Table

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  • Margaret Bottome- Crumbs from the Kings Table

    Oh my what a wonderful devotional. I believe it was written in the 1800's. I usually read Charles Spurgeon, Oswald Chambers and other classics but one day I was looking specifically for women's encouragement. I had no interest in devotionals from these past few generations but wanted to go to a kindred heart from the past to mentor my spirit. Something opposite of the Joyce Meyers of today with so many books, and get paid so lovely once those deadlines are met. Sorry if I offend her fans, I don't like her, I don't sense her talks and books are solely based on pure, genuine faith with the SOLE purpose of wanting to encourage other women. It's a free download you can get on your phone. Amazon has one listing of this book with a one review and one star (the one star was due to a cosmetic issue)so it's unfortunate women of this generation will not be able to see this gem.

    Just wanted to share.

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    Thanks for sharing.

    I am finding the older books are better than the newer stuff. The older books seem more in touch with reality than a lot of current stuff. I'm working through Pope Gregory I's book The Pastoral Rule. (Available on Amazon as well.) I'm finding it a very realistic view of human nature and how to minister to various personalities.
    "For I desire mercy, not sacrifice, and acknowledgment of God rather than burnt offerings." Hosea 6:6

    "Theology can be an intellectual entertainment." Metropolitan Anthony Bloom

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