When life is sunny, praise is easy. But worship becomes a costly act of devotion when pain pelts you like driving rain. Drawing on Psalms and personal experience, the Redmans share what they've learned about honoring the Lord amidst hardship. Expanded with a discussion guide, their study will help you glorify God despite the storms. 144 pages, hardcover from Regal.
Worship is always a choice. During peaceful and pain-free times, the choice to respond to God in thanksgiving and praise may be relatively easy. But at other painful or confusing times in our lives, the choice to worship is a costly act of devotion. In the life of every worshiper there will come times when worship meets with suffering. In Blessed Be Your Name, Matt and Beth Redman use the words of their inspiring song to explore how to stand in the place of praise even in the face of hardship and pain. Focusing on the Psalms, many of which were written out of struggle, the Redmans share from their own experience and show how painful circumstances and our choices can either propel us toward God or away from Him, build up our faith or break it. Learn how to ride out the storms of life saying "Blessed be Your name, Lord" and mean it.
MATT and BETH REDMAN received the Dove Award for the Worship Song of the Year for Blessed Be Your Name. Together they have also written the songs Let My Words Be Few and Facedown. In addition, Matt is the authored 6 books which include The Unquenchable Worshipper and Facedown; Beth is the author of Soul Sister and Beautiful. Based in Brighton, England Matt, Beth, and their five children are part of St Peters Church, planted out of HTB in London
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