Interesting new concepts of Christian growth.
From the author who brought you “GOD’S NATURE: Sonlight Sunlight” comes this follow-up focusing on application. Amazing parallels between the way physical objects react to natural light and humans react to spiritual light. Each chapter includes an Application section plus a Think and Grow section, making this an ideal Bible study for individuals or groups.
Common to all the books in the Christian Growth Series …
Intensely practical for today’s Christian
Enjoyable and entertaining
Innovative application of Scripture passages
Profound truth in simple language through analogy
Impactful for all levels of spiritual maturity
Short, easy-to-read sections – ideal reading for the person “on the go”
Described as “Inspirational Doctrine” and “Living Theology”
“Think and Grow” questions for group study or personal contemplation
"GOD'S DESIRE: How To Please God"
- Young Christians—from junior high through college—and new Christians of any age, will benefit from the understanding gained from Jim’s discussions on “Spiritual Desire” and “The Effects of Sin in the Christian.”
- Mature Christians will appreciate the spiritual meat in his messages on Jesus Christ and Peter--they are rich and thought-provoking.
- Missions-oriented Christians and those with an interest in the history of missions will find the book riveting.
and declare to you, that God is light
and in Him is no darkness at all.”
He obviously is hitting on all twelve cylinders! What an exciting insight into Christ as the light of the world. Thank God for people like this who have the background to illuminate some of these Biblical concepts. ~ Dr. Joe Aldrich, President, Multnomah Bible College & Biblical Seminary (about the earlier print version)
I loved the book God Light!... It is very well written and very understandable. Without seeming condescending or talking down to anyone he gets the point across. The Josh McDowell book, Evidence That Demands a Verdict, is good too... as soon as I finish it I plan on reading God Light again. It’s definitely the better of the two. ~ Bobby Glasgow, inmate (about the earlier print version)