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Number of Pages: 48
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 8.00 (inches)|
Trusting in the Names of God: Drawing Strength from Knowing Who He IsCatherine MartinHarvest House Publishers / 2008 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews Video
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Catherine Martin, author and founder of Quiet Time Ministries, invites readers to a deeper relationship with God as they explore 11 of His biblical names. Breathtaking photography joins the personal and passionate examples of God's character and helps readers discover deeper truths and promises.
- Yahweh Rophe—the One who heals
- Elohim—God is your creator
- Yahweh R’oi—the Lord is your shepherd
- Abba—God, your Father
- Yahweh Shalom—He is your peace
This gift provides comfort and faith renewal as it draws the reader closer to God's heart and His promises for their life.
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.
If I had been drawn by nothing else, I would have been captivated by the beauty of the book. The photography is stunning. The words are heartfelt. The scripture references are appropriate. One of the things I appreciate about Drawing Strength from the Names of God is that it is not long nor does it take a Masters degree in theology to understand. This book is for God's children who cry out His name...in whatever form they need to cry out...and are met by Him, in all his goodness and loveliness. It makes a great gift book, yes...but more so it is a wonderful be still and know’ book. Catherine Martin has presented us with another great work!”
Eva Marie Everson, author of Reflections of God's Holy Land
At first glance I thought Drawing Strength from the Names of God was a beautiful coffee table book, but when I began reading it I realized it deserved to be on my kitchen counter or nightstand. The book blends excerpts from Catherine Martin's book Trusting in the Names of God with stunning photographs of God's handiwork in nature. Catherine invites readers to find guidance from Yahweh R'oi the Shepherd, peace in Yahweh Shalom and provision from Yahweh Jireh. Scripture verses fill the book, making it powerful and relevant, yet accessible in small doses. I like to read a page while I wait for my tea kettle to boil in the morning, and it's perfect for end-of-day meditations too. This book is a refreshing gift for a new mother, a study leader, or anyone who needs encouragement.”
Ruth J. Leamym author of Sacred Signposts: Exploring the Prayer Paths of St. Paul and St. Patrick
Christy Lockstein5 Stars Out Of 5Hardcover gift book with surprising depthFebruary 28, 2011Christy LocksteinQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Drawing Strength from the Names of the Lord by Catherine Martin is a beautiful gift book with remarkable depth. Martin wrote a terrific Bible study called Trusting in the Names of God, and this is a companion volume filled with stunning natural photography. Each chapter is just a few pages long and focuses on a name of God like Yahweh Rophe, El Ro'i, and Abba. Martin offers personal insight to help readers to connect and understand this aspect of the Lord, along with Bible verses relating to it. She finishes each chapter with a short prayer to God using the chapter's name. For such a slim volume, Martin manages to give readers both fresh insight as well as hope in our Lord. The photography is spectacular views of the best of God's creation. This hardcover book would make a terrific gift for anyone in need of a new look at God.
Eva Marie Everson5 Stars Out Of 5February 19, 2010Eva Marie EversonIf I had been drawn by nothing else, I would have been captivated by the beauty of the book. The photography is stunning. The words are heartfelt. The scripture references are appropriate. One of the things I appreciate about Drawing Strength from the Names of God is that it is not looong nor does it take a Masters degree in theology to understand. This book is for God's children who cry out His name ... in whatever form they need to cry out ... and are met by Him, in all his goodness and loveliness. It makes a great gift book, yes ... but more so it is a wonderful "be still and know" book. Catherine Martin has presented us with another great work! Eva Marie EversonAuthorReflections of God's Holy Land; A Personal Journey Through Israel