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Do You Know Him?

A Collection of Stories and Poems about God, to God and from God

by Margaret Wadsworth


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$28.95
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/24/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 138
ISBN : 9781973668244
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 138
ISBN : 9781973668268
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 138
ISBN : 9781973668251

About the Book

Are you looking for a connection with something bigger than yourself? Have you felt alone in a crowded room? Do you feel the need to feel accepted and loved unconditionally? Do You Know Him? is a woman’s testimonial stories, and poems about her journey through both happy and sad times in her life. Jesus speaks to her through poetry and real-life stories that will comfort and cause readers to reflect on their own spiritual life, yearning for a personal relationship with Jesus themselves.

For Marg:

Words carefully given flow from a ready pen,

so you bless others again and again.

Profound thoughts offered true and sweet, satisfying, good to eat.

Thanks for listening, thanks for receiving,

Writing with clarity to apply healing and grace

from our Father’s heart.

(Susan Lee)

“Margaret Wadsworth has a comprehensive gift of taking everyday observations concerning people, places, and circumstances and translating the experience into a thoughtful and deep spiritual perspective so that there is a depth on every page. Each page is like walking along the street, expecting the obvious when you turn the corner but being confronted with a wise and new concept. Her book will have appeal to a wide audience”

(David M. Church, pastor and missionary)


About the Author

Margaret Wadsworth has written poetry since she was fourteen years old. Writing has always helped her unravel the tangled thoughts and emotions so she could make sense of them. When she developed a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, her poetry became an avenue of revelation, comfort, and prayer. Her experiences with family, friends, and her career as a teacher are reflected in her stories and poems.