ootprints," a poem that has spoken to millions of God's love, was written by Margaret Fishback Powers when she was a young woman fearful of the troubles that might lie ahead. She prayed for guidance, and the answer came to her in the form of the now-famous poem. Twenty years passed. The poem was lost when Margaret and her family moved from Toronto to Vancouver. Then, one day, the poem—and its message of faith—returned when Margaret needed them most. Her daughter, an accident victim, was fighting for her life in a Vancouver hospital. So was her husband, who had suffered a heart attack when he saw the girl injured. Trying to comfort Margaret's husband, a nurse read "Footprints." When she finished she said, "I don't know the author, it's anonymous." He replied softly, "If s my wife." Classic artistry by Lenox Now the artists of Lenox celebrate this beloved poem in a sculpture that evokes its message with superb artistry. Crafted of fine bone china, it is a work to treasure always. This original imported sculpture is available by direct order from Lenox* for just $152, payable in monthly installments. A hardwood stand and a copy of the poem "Footprints" will be included at no added cost. Mail your order today. 1497346 CALL NOW for your Lenox ChriiImcis Catalog • Ju*t $2 1-800-413-5774, ext. 1497353 • Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 10 pin Eastern Time • Credit Card Order* Only • RESERVATION FORM • Mail by November 4,1996 Please enter my reservation for Footprints in tlte Sand by Lenox, an original sculpture of fine bone china. I need send no money now. I will be billed in eight monthly installments of $19* each. Signature. Name I'UASU PRINT CLUAKLY Address. City.. State .Zip. 1497346 Telephone ( ) •Plus $6.98 per Kulplure (or »hipplng, handling and Uuunwce. Sato fcx wUI tw bilted U applicable. All unto «re subject to acceptance. Mail to: Lenox Collections P.O. Box 3020, Langhorne, PA 19047-9120 LENOX. SINCE 1889.
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