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Publication Date: 2008
A twenty-six-week devotional study by the bestselling coauthor of Women of the Bible. Names in the ancient world did more than simply distinguish one person from another, they often conveyed the essential nature and character of a person. This is especially true when it comes to the names of God recorded in the Bible. Praying the Names of God explores the primary names and titles of God in the Old Testament to reveal the deeper meanings behind them. El Shadday, Elohim, Adonay, Abba, El ElyonGod Almighty, Mighty Creator, Lord, Father, God Most Highthese are just a few of the names and titles of God that yield rich insights into his nature and character. Praying the Names of God shows readers how to study and pray Gods names by focusing each week on one of the primary names or titles of God. Mondayreaders study a portion of Scripture that reveals the name. TuesdayThursdayreaders pray specific Scripture passages related to the name. Fridayreaders pray Scripture promises connected to the name. By incorporating the divine names and titles into their prayersand learning about the biblical context in which the name was revealedreaders will gain a more intimate understanding of who God is and how he can be relied on in every circumstance of their lives. Praying the Names of God is a unique devotional, one that offers a rich program of daily prayer and study designed to lead people into fresh encounters with the living God.
Ann Spangler is an award-winning writer and the author of many bestselling books, including Praying the Names of Jesus and The One Year Devotions for Women. She is also coauthor of Women of the Bible and Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus and the general editor of the Names of God Bible. Anns fascination with and love of Scripture have resulted in books that have opened the Bible to a wide range of readers. She and her two daughters live in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
traipsterCary, IlAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent resourceJuly 16, 2013traipsterCary, IlAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Although I have not read the book in it's entirety, I am looking forward to digging deeper. What I have initially read seems exactly what I have been searching for to aid in my understanding of God.
JCatAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5July 30, 2012JCatAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5A friend and I are using this book as a weekly study together. We have found it thought provoking and challenging.
AbbieTexasAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5OutstandingNovember 5, 2011AbbieTexasAge: 25-34Gender: femaleLast year I received "Praying the Names of Jesus" by this same author and enjoyed it greatly. This is no less enjoyable! This is a book that seems so simple upon first look but it delves deeply into the richness of God's Word exposing the beauty and depth of the original language and the importance of the different names given to God. We are taught the words Lord, God, Almighty, the I Am - yet rarely do we truly understand the depth and meaning of these words or how they reveal the rich and wonderful character of God.
Upon reading a book like this it is hard to view the scriptures in the same context. For all of the sudden you have a more complete knowledge of what the author, under the divine inspiration of God, was trying to convey. It is like stumbling upon a treasure in the midst of what you already thought was good and unearthing more than you expected at each turn. It is like finding a well in the midst of a desert, then discovering it is actually a spring that runs eternally deep and will never run dry.
I really enjoy that only one Name is explored for the entire week. This gives the reader time to absorb the meaning - to make it personal and to experience the true character of who God is. The questions cause the reader to dig deeper and apply the knowledge that has been taught.
Absolutely worth the read - more than once!
Thank you Zondervan for this review copy.
KatieOOrange, CAAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5My 1st EBookMarch 17, 2011KatieOOrange, CAAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I am enjoying this study very much. EBook is the way to go for me. I think I will do my reading this way from now on. I always know where to find my book, it is on my PC or whereever I download it to. Great way to do books and no trees need to pay the price!
Patty Fuhr5 Stars Out Of 5March 3, 2010Patty FuhrThis is a fantastic book on the names of God. I'm using it as a daily devotional. The author renders new insights.