Blurb: Beth Moore joins her dear friend Travis Cottrell in showing you how to fully experience God’s presence at surprising times and places in your own life.
According to Cottrell, God’s goodness is predictable. His mercy is dependable. His ability to work in every moment of every reader’s life, leading them to him, is unfailing. But often in those moments, even the most devout are distracted by great distress, failing to see or acknowledge God’s presence and provision. Cottrell reminds readers that God is the hope, strength and deliverance we desperately need. In every circumstance, especially those moments when we least expect it, God’s voice can be heard and his presence discerned. He Knows Your Name is a beautiful, 2-color gift book sure to be treasured.
Review: Like The Power of Ordinary Prayer, He Knows Your Name is a wonderful read for a variety of reasons.
What stood out for me is that the authors (in the introduction and in the main portion of the book) used not only examples from Scripture, but from their own lives as well. The message is put forth in such a way that the reader can relate to it and does not sound "preachy", even while putting forth a powerful message nonetheless.
As in The Power of Ordinary Prayer, there were questions at the end of each chapter to make the reader think about each chapter, about themselves, and how they can improve their lives.
The only minor issue I had is that there were a couple grammatical mistakes - at one point the word "would" was used when I think "wound" was intended, but they do not take away from the overall presentation.
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