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The late Mrs. Charles E. Cowman wrote the beloved, classic devotional Streams in the Desert. She served with her husband in Japan as a missionary until his illness forced the couple to return to the United States
Few books ever attain such a widespread recognition and perennial appeal as Streams in the Desert. Now over seventy years since its first publication, this marvelous devotional by Mrs. Charles E. Cowman has established itself firmly in the ranks of the Christian classics. Written from Mrs. Cowman's rich experiences with life, from its dry wastelands to its well-watered gardens, Streams in the Desert is a legacy of faith and wisdom that is time-tested faithfully to the One who alone can slake their spiritual thirst. In the midst of today's fast-paced world, the wisdom of Streams in the Desert remains refreshing, relevant and trustworthy. Turn to it daily, tune out the clamor of living, and let these prayerful writings inspire fresh hope, confidence, and a deep awareness of God's presence in your life.See all Product Description
The author lived in a different time with different priorities. Everyday this book reminds me that we can take the focus off of consuming life and truly live for God's glory.Published 3 months ago by Colleen Thompson
I have been reading Streams in the Desert for years. My daughter and grandaughter all read it.
I bought it for a gift because, The Lord touches my heart every day I read... Read more
I am a person who is really bad at making decisions. But in this book, October 3, and July 31 devotions told me exactly how to make decisions. I love this book. Read morePublished on May 13 2010 by J. Chen
I first read this book in devotional form during a time when I had fewer answers than questions. It opened my eyes to scriptural truths that are so obvious, and yet, at times, so... Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2000