Streams in the Desert: 366 Daily Devotional Readings

Popular Ebook Streams in the Desert Daily Devotional Readings release In a barren wilderness L B Cowman long ago discovered a fountain that sustained her and she shared it with the world Strea

Popular Ebook Streams in the Desert: 366 Daily Devotional Readings release In a barren wilderness, L B Cowman long ago discovered a fountain that sustained her, and she shared it with the world, Streams in the Desert her collection of prayerful meditations, Christian writings, and God s written promises has become one of the most dearly loved, best selling devotionals of all time since its first publication in 1925 Filled with insight inIn a barren wilderness, L B Cowman long ago discovered a fountain that sustained her, and she shared it with the world, Streams in the Desert her collection of prayerful meditations, Christian writings, and God s written promises has become one of the most dearly loved, best selling devotionals of all time since its first publication in 1925 Filled with insight into the richness of God s provision and the purpose of His plan, this enduring classic has encouraged and inspired generations of Christians I heard the flow of hidden springs before me palms rose green and fair The birds were singing all the air was filled and stirred with angels wings Now James Reimann, editor of the highly acclaimed updated edition of My Utmost for His Highest by Oswald Chambers, again brings us the wisdom of the past in the language of today, by introducing this updated edition of Streams in the Desert With fresh, contemporary wording and precise NIV text, the timeless message of the original flows unhindered through these pages, lending guidance and hope to a new generation of believers We never know where God has hidden His streams We see a large stone and have no idea that it covers the source of a spring We see a rocky areas and never imagine that it is hiding a fountain God leads me into hard and difficult places, and it is there I realize I am where eternal streams abide Day by day, Streams in the Desert will lead you from life s dry desolate places to the waters of the River of Life and beyond, to their very Source.. Good Kindle Streams in the Desert: 366 Daily Devotional Readings (I know I finished this a day early, but tomorrow is going to be a busy day.)Full of excellent inspirational thoughts, this was a great daily devotional. The author may be long departed, but her words, like the Good Book that inspired it, are timeless.
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  1. also published under the name Mrs Charles E Cowman L.B Cowman A lot of people who use the perennially popular devotional book Streams in the Desert think it is by somebody named Charles, because the title page is signed Mrs Charles Cowman As an author, she successfully concealed herself under her married name, her late husband s name Her full name was Lettie Burd Cowman 1870 1960 And the 1925 book she is famous for is itself another stunt of self concealment Streams in the Desert is mostly a pastiche of Lettie Cowman s favorite passages from her own wide devotional reading, assembled on the grid of 365 daily doses The authors she cites are a who s who of the late nineteenth century evangelical movement, especially the missionary, holiness, and Keswick side of the tradition A C Dixon, A T Pierson, F B Meyer, Andrew Murray, A B Simpson, Charles Trumbull, etc There are many paragraphs written by Cowman herself, but they tend to flow in and out of the quotations seamlessly.Her work in Streams is mainly a cut and paste job, yet Cowman s compilation of sources has outlived and out sold most of the authors she quotes Streams is still in print in a major way.The secret of her editorial success is probably that she wasn t trying to succeed Cowman really did produce the book for her own benefit She wasn t trying to reach a large audience she was going through a difficult phase of life, and learning how to commune with God through the suffering.Lettie had married Charles Cowman in 1889, and five years into their marriage they responded to a call to world missions issued by A B Simpson in the Moody Church in Chicago The couple served in Japan from 1901 to 1917, leading a remarkable evangelistic campaign that focused on distributing literature to every household and training indigenous Christian workers Charles was a visionary, a gifted administrator, and an inspiring leader Overwhelmed with the evangelistic success of his mission, Charles worked himself to a complete physical collapse He and Lettie returned to the USA, settling in Los Angeles, where Charles died after a six year period of sickness and decline His biography, Charles E Cowman Missionary Warrior, was written by Lettie the year after his death.It was during these six years that Lettie experienced the suffering that every reader of Streams in the Desert recognizes For one thing, there was the great physical pain Charles endured in his decline, but equally difficult was the enforced retirement that both Charles and Lettie were subjected to The Cowmans were habitually busy people, with a lot of energy and a love for accomplishments Holding still for six years was unimaginably hard and absolutely necessary.As they crept together through these six years, Lettie read through the Bible and a library of Christian books, gathering the bits and pieces that helped her the most Lettie knew what she and Charles needed in these years that is what provides the strong thematic unity holding together the cut and paste work of Streams That s why Christians in affliction will continue to find this book a word that speaks directly to their situation, in small daily doses.Lettie lived for many busy decades after Charles death By 1928 she took charge of the Oriental Missions Society, and she developed a ministry as a public speaker Her labors as missionary stateswoman included travel to Wales, Ethiopia, Finland, Colombia And she kept writing Though none of her books ever reached the classic status of Streams, there was always a substantial reading public for anything she wrote The follow up volume, Springs in the Valley, is in some ways even better than Streams, reflecting wider reading and a comprehensive outlook But it lacks the focus and intensity that somehow reaches out to readers in Streams Her last book, Handfuls of Purpose, came out when she was 85.Lettie Cowman died on April 1

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  1. I know I finished this a day early, but tomorrow is going to be a busy day Full of excellent inspirational thoughts, this was a great daily devotional The author may be long departed, but her words, like the Good Book that inspired it, are timeless.

  2. This is the classic Christian devotional on suffering for good reason We suffer My sister suggested I read this 2 years ago when the props fell out from under me I read it almost daily for a year on a Kindle App It was sustaining This and the Psalms and coffee became the staples of my mornings One day I realized I could check off the ones I had read already in the app so I began doing that last November and now I am quite sure I have read all the devotions and will read them again I am sure Some [...]

  3. Ms Cowman has compiled one of the finest devotionals I ve ever read It seems to have a supernatural sense of my need on a particular day, every year I m on my fourth year of reading it Keen insights on suffering, stamina, storms and setbacks are just a sampling from her book It nourishes anyone who has endeavored to serve God with encouragement and strength for the journey A must have for the Christian s library.

  4. A number of years ago I went to America with a steamship captain who was very devoted Christian When we were off the coast of Newfoundland, he said to me, The last time I sailed here, which was five weeks ago, something happened that revolutionized my entire Christian life I had been on the bridge for twenty four staight hours when George Mueller of Bristol, England, who was a passanger on board, came to me and said, Captain, I need to tell you I must be in Quebec on Saturday afternoon That is i [...]

  5. Volume One 78th printing , Originally published in 1925 mine is from 1976 This devotional is unlike any other I ve ever read It s a volume of spiritual refreshment Full of daily encouragement and inspirational Truth for each day of the year I love how each day there is a portion of Scripture, a devotion, and often a poem verse song that fits perfectly within I usually read each devotional several times, savoring each morsel This book would be especially good for those going through a desert in t [...]

  6. Awesome daily devotional, highly recommend You will not be unhappy with this devotional It s a great straight forward and convicting at times inspirational at others.

  7. Streams in the Desert is a powerful collection of meditations, Christian writings, and Scripture, and remains one of the most beloved devotionals of all time This updated edition, however, offers even , including Scripture, Subject, and Contributors Indexes.Author L B Cowman thoughtfully and prayerfully chose the Scripture and penned or selected the meditations she knew would provide a river of wisdom, encouragement, and inspiration to weary desert travelers Those words are still clearly relevan [...]

  8. This book has many reviews with 5 stars in I m picking it up, however, because it s one of my 100 Christian Books that Changed the Century , not because I m looking for a daily devotional I started off thinking I might use this as a daily devotional and see if it s something I can personally work with, but it s not I read November 14th, and then flicked through some earlier ones Then this morning I read November 15th and likewise flicked through some other dates They are all words of comfort, wh [...]

  9. This book was indeed a stream for me during a time of great tribulation for me I had gone through great loss of health and relationships and surroundings and everything familiar It exposes you to so much knowledge and wisdom each day So many insights and with prose and poetry ontop of it An example of poetry borrowed.From The Heavenly Life.The dark brown soil is turned By the sharp pointed plow And I ve a lesson learned.My life is but a field,Stretched out beneath god s sky,Some harvest rich to [...]

  10. 2015 2016 This little book of daily devotionals is an absolute treasure Typically I have a standout book during my reading year and this is definitely my highlight book for 2015 Quite frequently I d find myself reading a whole handful of days at a time, then re reading and re reading again as I pondered the words Full of scriptural insight and spiritual wisdom, truth and encouragement I don t often add books to my favorites shelf but this is certainly a new favorite, a gem to keep and revisit.No [...]

  11. Absolutely one of the best devotionals I ve ever read I ve actually read this one three times If you are going through trials, this book is for you The fact that I have read this three times should be quite telling of how powerful and helpful it can be to help bring clarity, comfort, and acceptance when faced with difficult trials in life And yes, that does describe my life over the last several years I am very grateful God brought this particular book into my life at just right time right after [...]

  12. One day while I was waiting to photograph a wedding, I found a 1925 edition of this book on a shelf at the country club I sat down to read it just to pass the time until my bride was ready It is a daily devotional with so many gems complied by a Christian missionary who served in China I had to have that book After talking to the manager he agreed that I could have it IF I would replace it with another old book The books are simply there for the decor, not for reading I was surprised and thrille [...]

  13. My wife and I read this every day It was truly a stream in a desert for us during a time of great strife and persecution This devotional book helped to bring us through those desert times and through God s word, propped us up when we thought that we d fall.Rev Michael Duncan, AuthorShadows Book of Aleth, Part One

  14. My favorite daily devotional I didn t realize I was in the desert until I started reading this book finding I could relate to it and be truly blessed and encouraged by it Each entry has nuggets of applicable inspiration Try to read this everyday

  15. This is an excellent devotional a classic in my opinion The timely daily readings have been such an encouragement during times of testing I would highly recommend it Along with the Bible, it really is Streams in the Desert Joy for the Journey

  16. If you only read one devotional selection a day, then this is the one to read Your life will be enriched in unimaginable ways by reading this devotional every day for a year.

  17. I would rate this book higher if I could I really got a lot out of this, very encouraging and uplifting This book has been a blessing to me throughout this year.

  18. This book is only decent as a devotional If you re looking for a book of scriptures and meditations on them, this is not the book you want But if you d like to read spiritual thoughts on various subjects that aren t very long , this is a good one I d say it s the milk the Word talks about Very light spiritual reading, but pleasant as well Not every day, but several times a week we will read something and it ll be profound Este libro est mas o menos como un devocional Si busca un libro de escritu [...]

  19. I graduate early this Dec and I m having a hard time choosing a college because I m very scared to be away from home, on my own, starting a career Even though I m not a 2010 graduate, my youth group leader got me Zondervan s Graduate Survival Kit It comes with an NIV Compact Bible which I now keep in my purse and bookbag and Streams in the Desert for Graduates.I ve compared this edition to my Dad s edition of Streams in the Desert and there really is no difference There s nothing special in this [...]

  20. A classic devotional that has been a comfort to many during times of suffering or grief I originally stumbled upon a dusty copy of this in a second hand store and have since enjoyed sharing it with others Collated in the 1920s by a former missionary and recent widow, Streams in the Desert also includes excerpts, poetry and verse from earlier writers.Although I have encountered a few flaws in the theology, the overall attitude to suffering reads like a comforting word from a wise grandparent Ther [...]

  21. Encouraging devotional reading compiled from a wide variety of sources by Mrs Cowman.Perhaps it is in some ways dated and not all the sentiments expressed reflect the views of generations who have a historical perspective on past events, but it s still a treasury of faith and comfort I particularly like the peek into the lives of believers who went before us, their struggles, victories and testimonies of courage and how God led and strengthened them.We ve had this book and its sequels in our hom [...]

  22. Streams in the Desert is a daily Christian Devotional Book that can be read by anyone It is encouraging, lifts up the darkness that sometimes push us down and helps us to see the light at the end of the tunnel I might add here that it is best to find a rhythm for how you want to read it Sometimes there is a page that is particularly meaningful and you may want to dwell on that page for a month or so by reading it every day until it really soaks in Now that I have read it through, I am beginning [...]

  23. This classic devotional should be on EVERY Christian s bookshelf Each day, the reader s attention is drawn back to where it should be focused on our loving, awesome God The fact is that we are all just going into a trial, in the midst of a trial or just coming out of a trial in life That being said, the biblical encouragement given in the pages of this book, updated in a highly readable version, is the fuel that every believer needs to press on and grow I find passages to quote to others from th [...]

  24. This is a very old and well loved daily devotional book that has carried many saints through trials and tribulations If you re grieving, or life is very lonely, painful or difficult, you will be blessed by this book If you re not in that place, the book might seem a bit depressing or maudlin There may be versions updated for language, etc but if not, the content is worth the wade through archaic ways of saying things, if you re in a space where you need extra assurance of God s loving victory in [...]

  25. This was a gift from a paternal grandmother I never met because I just met my biological father, Daniel just over two years ago He and his sister, my Aunt Gayle gave me this book when I went to meet her and visit Daniel I missed meeting my grandmother by over a year, but very grateful I have something that she cherished so much she gave as a gift.I truly feel this was divine intervention on so many levels A great read.

  26. I was challenged and inspired throughout the year by the selections in this book It is a valuable read for those wanting a book to turn their minds to the Lord assuming, of course, that you are already feasting on the Bible It seems that its main focus is suffering, but there are meditations about everything essential to the Christian walk, it seems If you are looking for a daily read, I recommend this book

  27. I have not read this yet, but my momHas and swears it is one of the best booksShe has ever read She even hands them outTo clients and friends Of friends Can t wait to read this one Funny thing is my boyfriend bought it for her one Christmas.

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