Trusting in the Names of God: Drawing Strength from Knowing Who He Is
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Number of Pages: 250
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2008
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Author, founder and president of Quiet Time Ministries Catherine Martin enthusiastically writes, speaks, and teaches devotion to God through His Word. In her new book, she presents the many names of God, describes how they reveal His character, and explains that by trusting in them readers can better understand who God is. Whether it's read in order, by topic, or devotionally over 30 days, readers learn to
- make better decisions in their daily lives
- respond more courageously to trials and adverse circumstances
- trust God rather than people, money, and possessions
Individuals, casual groups of friends, church congregations, and even families looking for a meaningful daily devotion will all find this book and its discussion questions a compelling invitation to wholeheartedly seek God and trust in His every name.
Also available: Trusting in the Name of God—Quiet Time Experience and Trusting in the Names of God DVD.
Catherine Martin is a graduate of Bethel Theological Seminary, the founder of Quiet Time Ministries, the director of her church’s women’s ministries, and an adjunct faculty member of Biola University. Her many books include Six Secrets to a Powerful Quiet Time, Set My Heart on Fire, and A Woman’s Heart That Dances.
Trusting in The Names of God-- The 30 Day Journey takes a daily, brief but deep look at various facets of this subject. Each day provides a scripture, a discussion, and a page of leading ideas to help you respond to the subject. Subjects covered include: Knowing Gods Names; Trusting in Them; Discovering His Greatness and Glory; Discovering His Person and Presence; and, Discovering His Care and Concern. Because this book can be used individually or in a group this book ends with helps for group activity.
Trusting in The Names of God-- A Quiet Time Reference covers eight weeks of more intense daily devotions, covering this subject in greater measure than The 30 Day Journey. Each day presents one facet, illuminated by several scriptures. The user is called upon to provide written input after study and meditation. Many facets of this subject are covered including: seeking and living with the Lord; growing the foundation of trust through prayer, action and declaration; the many sides of Creation and how it applies to us; Beholding His beauty in Himself, and other areas; and much more. Throughout, the Hebrew names of God are studied. Once again group discussions are provided. A personal journal for the reader to write down prayer requests and answers is added at the end.
Both these books intrigued, delighted, and challenged me. I met tried and true ideas with new emphases which drew me into closer communion with God. It is well worth reading both books. They accent the subject differently, building on each other. Individual readers and groups will find these books valuable. Trusting in the Names of God also make a good set of reference books. Donna Eggett, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com
I thank you for sending Catherine Martin's Trusting in the Names of Godboth the 30 day devotional and the bible study experience.
These books will enlighten all who desire to know more intimately about our God, the creator and designer of this world we live in and many of the names He is known by to make Him so much more personal. In the past Catherine has shown how personal her relationship is with Him. In these books, the reader can go much deeper to discover His mind, will, emotion and just how much He cares for each one of us. My wife and I are blessed by Catherine's devotion to The Word and to all it has revealed to her. We can't wait to see what The Holy Spirit puts on her heart next!
I also appreciate your faithfulness (as her Publisher) in walking with her through the journey of bringing this wisdom to all who wish to study the Word.”
Teresa Jackson3 Stars Out Of 5June 10, 2009Teresa JacksonThis book is being used as a support to a small group study. We use it to add to the findings that we are discovering in the Word concerning the Names of God. Easy read.
Grayce MooreFrankfort, IndianaAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5January 27, 2009Grayce MooreFrankfort, IndianaAge: Over 65Gender: femaleAn excellent devotional book! Also good as a resource book when studying the names of God.
Emily5 Stars Out Of 5September 22, 2008EmilyExcellent book! Learning and knowing the names of God has truly transformed my walk with Him. Life can really stink but knowing WHO God is despite my circumstances is incredible and life changing. Loved this book and highly recommend it!