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The God You Thought You Knew

Richard L. Neil

The God You Thought You Knew

by Richard L. Neil

  • 182 Want to read
  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Review & Herald Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian Life - General,
  • Christian Life - Relationships,
  • Religion - Christian Life

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11457054M
    ISBN 100828018286
    ISBN 109780828018289
    OCLC/WorldCa59669284

    The God You May Not Know Leader’s Guide is intended to provide suggestions for group study and is best used if each group member reads through The God You May Not Know, a chapter at a time, then comes together using this guide to facilitate further thinking, discussion, learning, and practical application. You can also use this as a personal. Knowing about a person is different than knowing them personally. We as Christians often think knowing about God is enough, but the truth is, in order to love God, we must know him in a personal way, immersing ourselves in the study of God and His incredible attributes. In this study guide, Dr. Jeremiah introduces you to the God you may not know—to His knowledge, holiness, all-pervasive.

      “I know your thoughts! ” Job Do we pay sufficient attention to our thoughts? Every thought has a character–it is either good or bad. Every thought produces an effect–it either sanctifies or depraves. Sin begins in thought; holiness begins in thought; misery begins in thought; happiness begins in thought. Thought decides the state of man–hence the Bible says, “As he thinks in. Dr. Alex McFarland, author of The God You Thought You Knew - Focus Today Dr. Alex McFarland, author of The God You Thought You Knew, discusses some atheist-sponsored billboards that mock Christ and explains how Christmas is the time to communicate the truth about our Savior, his birth, his life on Earth and how he came to save humanity.

    The Jesus I Never Knew is a popular Christological book by the American Christian author Philip won the Gold Medallion Book Award and ECPA Christian Book of the Year it is a book that appeals to the wider Christian public for its personal approach to the figure of Jesus, with a fresh and vivid portrayal extracted from a dynamic reading of the four canonical : Philip Yancey.   When you thought you heard from God, but probably didn’t J | My Jottings “I’m so concerned about your dad, Julie. He’s just not himself. He’s losing some strength and his appetite is gone. He looks like he’s wasting away,” my step-mom Dorothy told me on the phone in late


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Through sharing his own story, author and speaker Alex McFarland shows how the God you thought you knew actually cares about you--about the rejection and loneliness you feel.

It's time to replace the half-truths and lies we believe about ourselves with his overwhelming love and forgiveness/5(22).

The God you thought you knew made us clench our spiritual teeth in frustration and struggle to merit His approval.

That God tantalized us with the prospect of eternal life, held just beyond our reach, so we spend our lives striving to be better and falling short of His standards.5/5(3).

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Brand: Baker Publishing Group. Unexplainable Jesus: Rediscovering the God You Thought You Knew is a study of the Biblical book of Luke. Wiggenhorn relates the historical prophecies of the Savior to come, and shows us how Jesus fulfilled those prophecies, though in a totally unexpected and radical way/5.

Jesus - The Story You Thought You Knew is an excellent book which reads refreshingly like a storybook. It is written with an inviting tone and creates a desire to know more and an eagerness to discover what will be shared in the next chapter.

It is concise, deep and personal/5(17). The screen between the confessor and the Priest was removed, and Michael's life changed God I Thought I Knew is the book Michael Talaga grew up as Catholic as they come. A product of parochial school, he was well versed in the doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church and was careful to obey them.

He was a Catholic's Catholic.3/5. After rediscovering Jesus on the pages of the book of Luke, you'll see there is no other plan, goal, ambition, or Person worth following but ainable Jesus is an in-depth day study (5 daily studies for 8 weeks) of the book of Luke/5(6).

The God You Thought You Knew Exposing the 10 Biggest Myths About Christianity by: Alex McFarland. Format Paperback ISBN Dimensions x Pub. Date Oct SRP $ Carton Quantity 30 Number of pages The screen between the confessor and the Priest was removed, and Michael's life changed God I Thought I Knew is the book you've been waiting for.

The God You May Not Know book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. The God You Thought You Knew (audiobook) by Alex McFarland Instead of proofs for God's existence, what we really need are compelling reasons to want to know Him, and those reasons may be more personal that we sometimes realize.4/5(1).

Reviewed in the United States on June 5, Unexplainable Jesus: Rediscovering the God You Thought You Knew is a study of the Biblical book of Luke. Wiggenhorn relates the historical prophecies of the Savior to come, and shows us how Jesus fulfilled those prophecies, though in /5.

In Jesus: The Story You Thought You Knew, Deacon Keith Strohm invites you not just to read about Jesus, but to have a transformative encounter with him. This isn’t a book of theology, or an abstract story with little impact on your real life.

It is the story that can and will transform you if you’re open to : Our Sunday Visitor. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Jesus You Thought You Knew:: Rediscovering One God in the Bible at Read /5.

I Thought I Knew You is a book defined by themes of truth, lies, betrayal, love, loss, friendship, loyalty and faith. It explores the bonds of motherhood and friendship, within the one involving novel.

It will strike a chord with a wide audience range, the mothers and /5. The God You Thought You Knew. by Alex McFarland 8 Customer Reviews Paperback. $ $ Save 20%.

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$ $ The 10 Most Common Objections to Christianity Baker Book House Company. A few weeks went by and I tried to forget that I thought that God had called me to write a book. “You are so vain,” I told myself. “You just want to write a book so you can be rich and famous.

God doesn’t call people to write books. People write books because they are conceited and want the world to think they’re smart.” Yikes. Thought I Knew You was a debut novel from Kate Moretti and for a debut novel it was fairly well written.

I really enjoyed the plot and the characters. During and ordinary day, Claire is waiting for her husband to come home from a business trip/5.

But if your God is the almighty Creator of Scripture you’ve got a lifetime of joy ahead of you. So it is no exaggeration to say that the study of God is the supreme study of a lifetime.

It lifts our thoughts, steadies our nerves, purifies our motives, expands our confidence, and strengthens our influence. Through sound Bible teaching, you'll discover life-changing turning points in your relationship with Jesus Christ.

About Dr. David Jeremiah Dr. David Jeremiah is the senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church in San Diego, California, and the founder of the international radio and television ministry Turning Point.

Our next set of studies for youth will be, "Bible Stories You Thought You Knew, and Why You Need To Know Them". I am excited. Everyone's heard of the "famous.The Book of Esther can easily masquerade as a child's tale. There's a villain, a king who enjoys drinking; and a beautiful and noble queen.

What more could you ask for in a good child's story? The holiday associated with the book can seem child-like, too. Purim is celebrated with costumes, carnivals, and abundant merriment.“And you, Solomon my son, know the God of your father and serve him with a whole heart and with a willing mind, for the LORD searches all hearts and understands every plan and thought.

If you seek him, he will be found by you, but if you forsake him, he will cast you off forever. Berean Study Bible As for you, Solomon my son, know the God of.