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At Peace in the Storm: Experiencing the Savior's Presence When You Need Him Most by  Ken Gire - Paperback - 2014-02-18 - from Redux Books and Biblio.com

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At Peace in the Storm: Experiencing the Savior's Presence When You Need Him Most

by Gire, Ken

Condition: Like New


Bethany House Publishers, 2014-02-18. Paperback. Like New. New paperback from bookstore stock. An unread copy. May have minor rubbing and scuffing from shelf wear. Remainder mark.; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Ships same or next business day!

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