Item description for In His Presence by Raymond C. Ortlund, Jr. & Anne Ortlund...
Awesome yet approachable...
Almighty yet intimate...
Majestic yet merciful...
This is our great God who wants to have fellowship with you. Do you know the depth of His forgiveness? Do you know the purity of His cleansing? Do you live in His everpresent love? You can walk with Him moment by moment....
You are no stranger to God. He planned for you from before the foundation of the world, and His plan was to be with you. He invites you to realize this presence, to come into continual awareness of it, to be revolutionized by it.
Nearly 25 years ago, noted authors Ray and Anne Ortlund set out to discover what it means to live in the presence of God moment by moment. Now they share the joyous truths they have learned along the way so that you can discover it too.
Includes a 13-week study guide for group or personal use.
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More About Raymond C. Ortlund, Jr. & Anne Ortlund
Raymond C. Ortlund Jr. is the Lead Pastor at Immanuel Church, Nashville, Tennessee. He was formerly Professor of Old Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. His PhD is from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. He serves on the council of the Gospel Coalition.
Raymond C. Ortlund currently resides in Augusta, in the state of Georgia.
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In His Presence Jun 14, 2000
A wonderful book for anyone who has struggled with "doing" the Christian life, giving tangible ways in which to rest in God's presence and His provision; just "being" rather than doing. Without negating the need for right living, it helps to alleviate the feelings of condemnation many of us have when we don't measure up to certain standards of behavior, whether those standards are God's, our own or those of other people, while making it clear that God's standards are the only ones that truly matter.