EAN-139781578565504   EAN-13 barcode 9781578565504
Product NameThe Peace And Power Of Knowing God's Name
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Short DescriptionHardcover
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AuthorKay Arthur
Page Count144
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Long DescriptionWhy do we hesitate to run to the arms of our all-sufficient God?
Why is it that so many collapse in the day of trouble and testing?
Why are we immobilized in the face of fear?

I think it’s because most of us don’t really know our God. We don’t understand his great power and might. We don’t comprehend his fierce love and unspeakable tenderness. And because we don’t know him as we should, we don’t trust in him.

With every fiber of my being I believe that every problem in our lives can be traced back to an inadequate or incorrect knowledge of God, or a lack of faith and trust in his person and his ways. We know so little of this wonderful God who loves us!

Beloved, if your heart is constantly troubled, if fear lurks in the shadows of your consciousness, if you are exhausted and in despair–come with me. Within these pages, we will explore together God’s names in Scripture. And in the end, you will know far more than his names. You will know his boundless joy, power, peace, and presence.
--Kay Arthur
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