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A One Year Devotional: Little God Time for Teens
Written by Broadstreet Publishing
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A One Year Devotional: Little God Time for Teens by Broadstreet PublishingToday's teenage girls are constantly bombarded with ideas, images, and information. There is an endless supply of advice waiting at their fingertips or flowing from those around them. But how can they know what is really true? What is lasting and real? Be encouraged with truth as you spend time with God, reflecting on these devotions, scriptures, and prayers. Let him show you that you are beautiful, you are loved, and you were created with a purpose. There is no one quite like you, and he is delighted to call you his daughter. Let God's time-tested promises rebuild and restore your heart, mind, and spirit.
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