I Am: The Unveiling of God is a breath of fresh air in the devotional literature market. Taken from true stories, these forty honest, wonderfully crafted insights will allow the reader to gaze upon the inexpressible beauty of God while discovering a personal connection to a God who desires to be our all in all. Each essay in turn explores a different facet of God and how it plays into our relationship with Him. Bite-sized chapters end with a candid prayer followed by questions to spur further meditation on an attribute of God. I Am is a rare gem that deserves to be on every reader's bookshelf.
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|Title of Suspense & Thrillers eBook: I Am|
|Release Date: 02-02-2011|
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|Publisher: The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group|
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Chapter OneTHE WONDERS OF GOD
"Holy, holy, holy is the Lord God Almighty, who was, and is, and is to come." Revelation 4:8
Some years ago, a pastor in whose church I was to speak met me at the local airport. As we pulled away from the terminal, he began talking a mile a minute, waving his hands and tapping my arm. Clearly he was excited about something. His sense of enthusiasm was contagious. What had captivated him were some recent spiritual discoveries. It was refreshing to listen to someone who was excited-not about his plans, or his church programs, but by what he'd learned about God.
"Over the past year, I have been transformed," he said. "I never knew God could be so fascinating. Yet it seems the more I discover about him, the more I realize I don't know. Have you ever felt that way, Steve?"
I assured him I had.
"For months and months now, I've just been riveted to this whole pursuit of knowing God. The funny thing is that as I have shared some of my most exciting discoveries with my colleagues, their responses have been so casual, almost flippant. I would tell them things I was finding out about God, and they would say, 'Oh, we learned that in seminary.' Here I am pressing into God for all I'm worth-and they seem so indifferent."
Sadly, such tepid responses are all too common, I thought.
"Well, I went to God the other day," he went on, "and said, 'God, here I am pressing right into your heart, and I hardly feel that I know you at all. And these other guys seem to have you all figured out, but they're so complacent about it.' T...