Helen Steiner Rice pays tribute to the ordinary in her poetry: to day-to-day joys and disappointments, to a baby's first steps, a grandchild's crayon picture, or the death of a beloved friend.
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Widowed while in her twenties, Mrs Rice became a successful businesswoman and lecturer, but found her most satisfying outlet in writing verse for a prominent greeting card company. Her gift for expressing familiar thoughts, coupled with her deep Christian faith, resulted in many volumes of bestsellers, including Someone Cares, Heart Gifts, Everyone Needs Someone and Loving Promises.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
Thank God for Little Things
Thank You, God, for little things / that often come our way, / The things we take for granted / but dont mention when we pray / The unexpected courtesy, / the thoughtful, kindly deed, / A hand reached out to help us / in our time of sudden need / Oh, make us more aware, dear God, / of little daily graces / That come to us with sweet surprise / from never-dreamed-of places.
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Book Description Hutchinson, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0091793491