100 Names of God
by Christopher D. Hudson
Hardcover: 208 pages
Publisher: Rose Publishing
Released: Oct. 21, 2015
Source: ebook review copy from the publisher.
Book Description, Modified from Back Cover:
In the 100 Names of God devotional, readers will be renewed with a deeper sense of hope as they are lead to the very heart of God and the good news of who he is. From Adonai to Jehovah-Jireh, each of the daily devotions covers: 1 specific name of God (such as Elohim); its meaning; encouraging explanation and inspirational reflection; other related Scripture and cross references and a personal question, prayer, and practical application.
100 Names of God is a daily devotional containing 100 devotions. Each devotion is 1-2 pages long, so they don't take long to read. The author did a good job of leaving me with insights to think about throughout the day. Each devotion covered a name of God from the Old or New Testament and started with that name along with a verse where that name is used. The author explained how this name provides important insights into God's character. He clearly explained his points and provided background information when needed. He ended each devotion with a prayer and a question prompting the reader to see how these insights impact your life.
I really enjoyed this devotional and plan to read through it again. I'd highly recommend it.
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