Kept for the Master's Use
Though many are familiar with the hymn, "Take my life and let it be," few know the story or author behind it. In this book, the hymn writer herself ... Show synopsis Though many are familiar with the hymn, "Take my life and let it be," few know the story or author behind it. In this book, the hymn writer herself writes for us her thoughts on this famous hymn. She brings us through each phrase of the song, and reveals some personal God-fearing thoughts concerning them. Thus we are able to hear from the writer herself, with the thoughts that inspired each line of this traditional favorite. Kept for the Master's use is more than just a wonderful piece of classic literature. It is a personal testament to what is means to live a life fully submitted and devoted to Jesus Christ. Even if that life is filled with chronic pain in which the author Francis Havergal was. She loved her Master and found real life (in spite of suffering) in a life lived in consecration. This book is strongly recommended to all as a short, sweet devotional; small and handy that can be carried around wherever you go!