Item description for The God of the Towel: Knowing the Tender Heart of God by Jim McGuiggan...
Since childhood, you've sung the words, "Jesus loves me, this I know." The tune is as familiar as your own mirrored reflection. But sometimes we have difficulty believe that the creator and sustainer of the universe could be bothered with people like you and me -- much less really love us. But when God put on flesh and entered our world, he washed dirty feet, he soothed suffering souls, and he forgave fallen sinners. His message is loud and clear -- he loves us Jim McGuiggan's passionate, devotional readings draws you beyond the commands, the laws, and the history and paint and insightful portraits of God that reveal his tender heart of love.
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Studio: Howard Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.62" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2009
Publisher Howard Books
ISBN 1439124639 ISBN13 9781439124635
Availability 130 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 22, 2017 09:43.
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More About Jim McGuiggan
Jim McGuiggan is Ethel's husband. They have three children and eight grandchildren. Ethel went to be with Christ on Easter Sunday, 2009 at the close of a gallant life. He's so happy for her and is emotionally gutted because she went away. He has written numerous books including: Celebrating the Wrath of God; The God Who Commands the Impossible; Jesus: Hero of Thy Soul and The Dragon Slayer.
Reviews - What do customers think about God of the Towel: Knowing the tender heart of God?
The God of the Towel Dec 9, 1999
Beautifully written. Wonderfully challenging
An excellent pickup book that you can't put down Mar 18, 1999
McGuiggan has a style of writing that reminds me somewhat of Max Lucado. But as much as I enjoy Max's books they are not as meaty as McGuiggan's. It's like the difference between popcorn and chicken strips. One leaves you full while the other leaves you fulfilled. McGuiggan wraps his observations in witty, insightful personal experiences that make the christian walk come alive. His grasp of the arts, especialy the movies is astounding. As deep as the book is, each chapter represents a small chewable mouthfull that leaves you savoring every word. You could read this book at one sitting, but why would you want to? You'll spend half your time reading and the other half contemplating what you just read. This is an easy to read and understand book but it is filled with depth and insight.