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Bigger Hearts for His Glory - Devotions
by Frances Ridley Havergal
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Frances Ridley Havergal (1836 - 1879) was born a few months after Queen Victoria's
coronation. When she was only 11 years of age, her dying mother said
to her in solemn tones, "Fanny dear, pray to God to prepare you for
all He is preparing for you." She was extraordinarily gifted from
early childhood, and is best remembered for her exceptional poetry
and prose, which are saturated with the Word of God and have brought
comfort and peace to multiplied thousands. Her hymns continue to
find a prominent place in most hymnals.
Miss Havergal is a good example for all Bible memorizers. Before she
reached adulthood, she memorized the entire new Testament,
Psalms and Isaiah. Later, she added the Minor Prophets. Thus she had
committed to memory a total of 12,935 Bible verses.
She distinguished herself as a Contralto soloist and was a skilled
pianist. The time came when she put aside "the pleasure of public
applause when singing in the Philharmonic concerts" to use her gifts
solely in sacred song. Her hymn, "Take my Life" was actually her
personal testimony, as were other of her great hymns.
We believe this book will continue to have an excellent ministry
with children, and it is reproduced exactly as Miss Havergal
wrote it. The little texts are so short, that when you read them, you will be able to keep the text quite safely in your
Miss Havergal said, "I hope what you read will always remind you of something to pray
about. And then, when you lie down and shut your eyes, let your
heart rest on the "little pillow 'till 'He giveth His beloved
How 'Little Pillows' came to be written
1 - 'Come unto Me'
2 - 'Accepted in the Beloved'
3 - 'I, even I, am He that blotteth out thy transgressions'
4 - 'I have loved you, saith the Lord'
5 - 'He that keepeth thee will not slumber,'
6 - 'The Lord hath laid on Him the iniquity of us all'
7 - 'Peace through the blood of His cross'
8 - 'Whiter than snow'
9 - 'Ask what I shall give thee'
10 - 'Forget not all His benefits'
11 - 'It is God which worketh in you, both to will and to do'
12 - 'O Lord, Thou knowest'
13 - 'When the Comforter is come'
14 - 'What wilt thou that I shall do unto thee?'
15 - 'This same Jesus'
16 - 'Come and see'
17 - 'Told Him all things'
18 - 'Our Lord jesus Christ, who dies for us'
19 - 'Is it nothing to you?'
20 - 'Yea, He is altogether lovely'
21 - 'Behold, He cometh !'
22 - 'Now then do it'
23 - 'I have called thee by thy name'
24 - 'That day when I make up my jewels'
25 - 'He giveth more grace'
26 - 'Shall never thirst'
27 - 'I will be surety for him'
28 - 'He shall go over before'
29 - 'At Thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore'
30 - 'This is the promise that He hath promised us, even eternal
31 - 'Hath He said, and shall He not do it?'
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Hymns for a Kid's Heart
Joni Eareckson Tada
and Bobbie Wolgemuth
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"My mouth is filled with your praise, and with your glory all the day."
- PSALM 71:8 (ESV)
In this book, Joni Eareckson
Tada and Bobbie Wolgemuth collaborate to help you teach twelve
classic hymns to the children you love. With richly orchestrated
music, true stories, prayers, and Scripture, Hymns for a Kid's
will feed your child's soul.
* Be inspired by the true stories of the hymn-writers.
* Connect with tenderly written devotionals.
* Learn to sing twelve classic Christian hymns.
* Practice singing along with printed music.
* Understand more about God's character and grace.
* Read a Bible verse with each hymn.
Hymns for a Kid's Heart includes a fully orchestrated CD with
children's voices singing along with Joni and Bobbi and simple sheet
music for you to sing along.
- Holy, Holy, Holy!
- A Mighty Fortress Is Our God
- This Is My Father's World
- O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing
- How Firm a Foundation
- Amazing Grace!
- The Lord's My Shepherd, I'll Not Want
- Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart
- Take My Life, and Let It Be
- America, the Beautiful
- Our God, Our Help in Ages Past
- Eternal Father, Strong to Save
- Do You Know What It Means?