Heart of God Discovery Set
What is God's heart like? What tugs at His heart and what motivates Him? How should His heart and desire for me direct my actions? Gain a better understanding of God's love, His desire for you, and how His love should direct your life.
What the Bible Says About the Heart of God: Listening to His Heartbeat
What makes God smile? What makes God angry? What makes God's heart beat? Have you ever wanted to know the answers to these questions about God? Do you want to find out if what you’ve always thought about God is really true? You can get answers to these questions by looking at what the Bible says about the heart of God.
In this stimulating and heartfelt book, Dr. Harold Shank leads us through an in-depth study of scripture that will help us find out what makes God’s heart beat. Dr. Shank also explores how to reconcile some of the difficult-to-comprehend aspects of God’s heart. “How can His goodness and love be reconciled with His command to utterly destroy a certain group of people?” or “If God cares about brokenhearted people, why are there so many of them in our world?”
Dr. Shank provides us with essential awareness of the relationship between God’s patience and His justice. Christians and nonbelievers alike will enjoy this discussion that will examine the heart of God.
The Heart Of God has 15 chapters and 340 pages.
About the Author
Dr. Harold Shank is Professor of Old Testament at Oklahoma Christian University. He has served as a preacher, an author of several highly respected books and as an evangelist who has devoted much of his life’s work to developing ministries among the poor.
His Love Compels
In His Love Compels, the eminent theologian, Thomas H. Olbricht discusses God's great love for mankind traced through the New Testament, with special emphasis on the greatest act of love, the sacrifice of Jesus. The story line of the New Testament is an astounding declaration of love. Written in an easy-to-read and well-documented style, Dr. Olbricht has provided us with an inspiring look at God's unexpected, unrelenting, and unfathomable love for His creation!
His Love Compels has 216 pages.
About the Author
Thomas Olbricht received degrees from Northern Illinois University, the University of Iowa, and Harvard Divinity School. He has served Churches of Christ as a minister in Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania and as an elder in Abilene, Texas, and Malibu, California. Olbricht has taught at Harding University, The University of Dubuque, Pennsylvania State University, Abilene Christian University, and Pepperdine University from which he retired in 1996. He and Dorothy, his wife, live in South Berwick, Maine. They have five children and twelve grandchildren.
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