Item description for Trusting in the Names of God: Drawing Strength from Knowing Who He Is by Catherine Martin & Emilie Barnes...
Overview In this 30-day study, Christians learn to make better decisions in their daily lives, respond more courageously to trials and adverse circumstances, and trust God rather than people, money, and possessions.
Author, founder and president of Quiet Time Ministries Catherine Martin enthusiastically writes, speaks, and teaches devotion to God through His Word. In her new book, she presents the many names of God, describes how they reveal His character, and explains that by trusting in them readers can better understand who God is. Whether it's read in order, by topic, or devotionally over 30 days, readers learn tomake better decisions in their daily livesrespond more courageously to trials and adverse circumstancestrust God rather than people, money, and possessions
Individuals, casual groups of friends, church congregations, and even families looking for a meaningful daily devotion will all find this book and its discussion questions a compelling invitation to wholeheartedly seek God and trust in His every name.
Also available: "Trusting in the Name of God--Quiet Time Experience" and "Trusting in the Names of God DVD."
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Studio: Harvest House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.52" Height: 0.71" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2008
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
ISBN 0736923454 ISBN13 9780736923453
Availability 0 units.
More About Catherine Martin & Emilie Barnes
Catherine Martin is a graduate of Bethel Theological Seminary, the founder of Quiet Time Ministries, the director of her church's women's ministries, and an adjunct faculty member of Biola University. Her many books include Six Secrets to a Powerful Quiet Time, Set My Heart on Fire, and A Woman's Heart That Dances.
Catherine Martin currently resides in the state of California. Catherine Martin has an academic affiliation as follows - St James???s Hospital, Leeds, UK St James s Hospital, Leeds, UK St Jam.
Reviews - What do customers think about Trusting In The Names Of God-A 30 Day Journey?
If you want to know who HE is, Know Him for real, these books are awesome Jan 30, 2009
This is going to sound weird, writing this review on a worldly secular web site like this site, but, in answer to prayer God gave me these books by Catherine Martin. In these wild days we are living in, after having known Jesus since I was very very young, I felt like I was lost, I had lost my intimate relationship with Jesus. God answered the cry of my heart by putting Catherine Martin's books on the top shelf in a tiny Christian book store. All the books on the shelves were lined up, covers not showing, except for these books by Catherine Martin facing outward as if God was saying " Here ! This is what you need ." I bought them right away because I liked the covers. I didn't know who Catherine Martin was. But the minute I sat down to read the first book, it was so. Just as God said, these Quiet Time books are just what I needed to find my way back to knowing who He is, all over again, even though I have known Him all of my life, just about. Thank You Catherine Martin for being faithful in writing these books, for such a time as this. Thank You Abba Father for showing me these books. Maranatha !
Outstanding devotional about the power of His name Sep 5, 2008
Trusting in the Names of God by Catherine Martin is the most recent addition to Martin's growing repertoire of outstanding devotionals. Honestly, when I see her name on a book, I know that it's going to help me grow spiritually, and it immediately goes on my wish list. In Trusting, Martin takes the Biblical names of God (Elohim, Yahweh, Abba, etc) and puts them into a 30 day Bible study taking the reader deep into Scripture and giving new understanding of the nature of God. She gives information about the character of each name and how we can rely on it. I've used Abba in my praying, but I had never used the other names before, and I found that my prayers took on a new life when I specifically addressed prayers to names. Yahweh Sabaoth, the deliverer, is the name that held the most power to me. When I was reading in Jeremiah several months ago, I kept coming across that name in my reading, and while I knew it was important, I didn't understand how it applied to me and what was going on in my life. Martin really helps the reader understand that while all of the names apply to the same God, they are different aspects of her character that help us to understand and love him better.
Knowing God better Aug 17, 2008
Catherine Martin has written a simple to use, and easy to understand guide to knowing, and trusting in the names of God better. The 30 day reading plan, and the space for comments and prayers, make this a user friendly and interactive experience. Any believer with a desire to get closer to God, and understand Him and His Word better, will be blessed by this book.