“Fresh water from a time-tested fountainhead of faith” -- Dr. Gary Smalley --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Lettie Cowman's popular and inspiring devotional is now updated for the '90s reader and includes New International Version Scripture with each reading. Jim Reimann, the editor who updated Oswald Chamber's My Utmost for His Highest, has modernized this second-most-popular devotional of all time and made the encouragement and inspiration of its pages more accessible to today's readers.
First published in 1925, Mrs. Cowman's Streams in the Desert is a masterful compilation of inspirational writings from a variety of sources. She collected these works during the dark time in her life when her beloved husband, Charles, was terminally ill. Her devotional has brought comfort and encouragement to millions of people around the world who also face difficult times. Now a new generation of readers can discover the rich, timeless encouragement and inspiration - in language they can easily understand.See all Editorial Reviews
I thoroughly enjoy reading this. It's an older book yet extremely relevant. Full of inspiration, hope and wisdom.Published 2 days ago by Ethna Flanagan
I was very disappointed when I received this package. The description of the book stated it was a paperback book but it is a mass paperback book.Published 2 days ago by Tracie Henderson
I bought this book based on the recommendation of a friend, It has turned out to be more than I hope for. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Dianne Parkin
I love this book and ordered one for my mom. Now she and I can have devotions together. ThanksPublished 12 days ago by lisa h.
I remember reading this book as a young wife nearly fifty years ago. I still prefer it over most of the more modern devotional books.Published 19 days ago by grammasusan
This is helpful to do daily study in the Word of God. I have it on my iPad but I seriously think If i had bought a hard copy, I would be more consistent. Read morePublished 20 days ago by chargirl007