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Overview Now in paperback, "How Great Thou Art" offers 365 daily readings that describe a facet of God's glorious character. Featuring the words of some of Christianity's best thinkers from the past two millennia, this powerful devotional addresses believers' desire to know God more fully and more personally.
Publishers Description Now in paperback, How Great Thou Art offers 365 daily readings that each describe a facet of God's glorious character. Featuring the words of some of Christianity's best thinkers from the past two millennia, this powerful devotional addresses believers' desire to know God more fully and more personally. Uplifting and easy to read, each devotional offers a related Scripture and inspires a confident walk with the Most High.
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Studio: Multnomah Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 1.1" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2006
Publisher Multnomah Books
ISBN 1590528115 ISBN13 9781590528112
Availability 0 units.
More About Steve Halliday & William G. Travis
Steve Halliday Steve Halliday is a freelance writer, editor, and speaker whose first book, No Night Too Dark: How God Turns Defeat into Glorious Triumph, was released in 1993. He holds a master of divinity degree from Western Conservative Baptist Seminary in Portland, Oregon, and is a frequent speaker at churches and conferences. He and his wife, Lisa, live in Hillsboro, Oregon. William G. Travis William G. Travis is professor of church history at Bethel Theological Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota. He holds a Ph.D. in American history from New York University and a master's degree in church history from Boston University School of Theology. He is a former pastor and the author of many articles and papers on religion and theology. He and his wife, Lucille, live in Arden Hills, Minnesota.
Steve Halliday currently resides in Portland, in the state of Oregon. Steve Halliday was born in 1957.
Reviews - What do customers think about How Great Thou Art?
Awe-inspiring! Feb 12, 2010
This is the best devotional I have ever owned....this is entirely God-Centered and focused on his attributes. It draws you into a closer relationship with the King!
Great daily read Dec 7, 2009
This book has been great and i'm reading it through for the second year. Each entry is short and sweet so it doesn't feel overwhelming but it's also very thought provoking. I like this devotional because it is little enough to read every day that i don't feel bogged down with not enough time to read my bible at the same time and if i miss a day or two catching up is quick.. I like this book and really love so many of the authors in it. It combines the styles and some of the best writings of Edwards, Piper, Luther, Dobson, Spurgeon, Calvin, Tozer they are good everyday! I would reccommend this wholeheartedly.
Well worth a year's reading Dec 31, 2008
I've found few devotionals that have inspired me enough to stick with them for a full year. This book was an exception.
The book is a year's worth of well-chosen one page excerpts from many authors ranging from current and well-know such as Max Lucado to many authors previously unknown to me such as Stephen Charnock who lived in the 1600s. One of the delights in reading the book was the discovery of a number of writers I might never have stumbled across otherwise.
Each month of the book focuses on an attribute of God such as love or sovereignty. I found the individual readings consistently enriched my understanding of God and thereby my relationship with Him. Spending a month considering each topic through the words of many different writers had a significant cumulative effect in my understanding of and appreciation of the attribute.
I strongly recommend this book to anyone looking for a good daily devotional. It definitely served it's purpose in enriching my devotional times and was a key tool in the growth of my relationship with God this year.