Item description for The Names of God by Marilyn Hickey...
Overview "Explores the attributes and character of God by examining his biblical names"--Provided by publisher.
Publishers Description Each of God's names reveals a different aspect of His
perfect nature. By knowing and using His names, you
will find that God can meet your deepest needs, comfort
you in times of tragedy, and carry you to new heights of
God uses various names to reveal Himself to His people.
When the Israelites were fearful, God revealed Himself as
"Jehovah Shalom," meaning "the Lord my Peace." When
they were uncertain about His will, He revealed Himself as
"Jehovah Rohi," meaning "the Lord my Shepherd."
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Studio: Whitaker House
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.75" Height: 9" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Release Date Apr 7, 2009
Publisher Bethany Press International
ISBN 1603740864 ISBN13 9781603740869
Availability 2214 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 28, 2016 03:40.
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More About Marilyn Hickey
Marilyn Hickey is an internationally known Evangelist and teacher with an established television ministry that spans thirty years. She is currently seen daily along with her daughter Sarah Bowling as hosts of Marilyn & Sarah. She has written many books including Breaking Free from Fear and Blessing the Next Generation.
Marilyn Hickey currently resides in Greenwood Village.
Reviews - What do customers think about Names Of God?
Sloppy Scholarship Aug 27, 2009
Looking for some material on the Hebrew names of God, I ran across this book. I have never written a review before but was compelled to after plowing through this book. I have never seen a more sloppy piece of biblical scholarship in my life. Her errors range from improper references to, frankly, just making stuff up! My copy of this book was rather old so I hoped it was now out of print. To my dismay it's still around. Do not purchase this! Kay Arthur's "LORD, I want to know you" is a credible source on this topic.