"For I Know the Plans I Have for You," Says the Lord

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Are you or a friend in the midst of life challenges or changes? Let the inspirational thoughts in this warm and inviting little book serve as an encouraging reminder of God's presence and promises when facing heartache, transition, or a season of uncertainty.

With each turn of the page, kind words and a graceful interior overflow with faith, love, and joy as God's assurances shed light on the path ahead. "I Know the Plans I Have for You," Says the Lord is a keepsake-worthy expression of comfort and hope that will become dear to you or your friend for years to come.

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Are you or a friend in the midst of life challenges or changes? Let the inspirational thoughts in this warm and inviting little book serve as an encouraging reminder of God's presence and promises when facing heartache, transition, or a season of uncertainty.

With each turn of the page, kind words and a graceful interior overflow with faith, love, and joy as God's assurances shed light on the path ahead. "I Know the Plans I Have for You," Says the Lord is a keepsake-worthy expression of comfort and hope that will become dear to you or your friend for years to come.

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"For I Know the Plans I Have for You," Says the Lord

"For I Know the Plans I Have for You," Says the Lord

Are you or a friend in the midst of life challenges or changes? Let the inspirational thoughts in this warm and inviting little book serve as an encouraging reminder of God's presence and promises when facing heartache, transition, or a season of uncertainty.

With each turn of the page, kind words and a graceful interior overflow with faith, love, and joy as God's assurances shed light on the path ahead. "I Know the Plans I Have for You," Says the Lord is a keepsake-worthy expression of comfort and hope that will become dear to you or your friend for years to come.

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