As John Paul Jackson guides you through the different names of God found in Scripture, meditate on God's name and call out to Him. Ask God to manifest the glory of His names in your life and that of your family and friends. Ask God to place His names in your life and in every fiber of your being. As you listen to this recording it is our prayer that you will become partakers of God's divine nature.
Prelude: On Sacred Ground
God of Wonders
God of Symbols
God of Mercy
God of Sacrifice
God of Justice
God of Promise
God the Shepherd
God the Ancient One
God the Reward
God the Warrior
God of Eternity
God of Every Creator
Finale: To the Great I Am - Holy Holy Holy
Narrative read by John Paul Jackson; Music written and produced by Graham Ord.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.6" Width: 5" Height: 0.4"
Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2003
Publisher STREAMS MINISTRIES #786
Availability 0 units.
Reviews - What do our customers think?
|ANOINTED~ROMANTIC! Aug 11, 2006|
|This book is POWERFUL ~ moving, refreshing, and full of constant PRAISE TO HIS NAME ! |
|Awe-inspiring Aug 11, 2006|
|This is one of the best purchases I've ever made.|
If you want to get a sense of the majesty of God, this CD is one of the best places to start.
Listen to it prayerfully and allow the Holy Spirit to minister to your spirit.
|Beautiful book highlighting the attributes of God Feb 19, 2005|
|The quality of this book is just fantastic. But more importantly, what's inside is even better, because it's filled with Scriptures that focus on God's attributes. When you go through this book and take time to really think about the characteristics of each of God's names, you start to realize just how awesome He is. Great book to help deepen your understanding of God and enrich your walk with Him.|
|a new kind of devotional Sep 24, 2004|
|The title is a bit of a misnomer. It's really a devotional on the names, attributes and characteristics of God. It's a great devotional help for people like me who are out of the house so early that we don't have time for a long devotion. The artwork and acrostics are breath-taking. It's lavished with a beautiful cover sleeve thus also making a great coffee-table book. |
And yet it's such a simple book. I simply ask the Lord for clarity, read the bible passage and the associated godly name/attribute/characteristic and soak it in for a bit, and then ask and hope-expect that God will manifest his name/attribute/characteristic in my life. I can't say that I walk around the house reciting the names, but reading let's say a month's worth of names (i.e. a chapter) can be quite awe-inpsiring.
There's also a companion book called "Inheriting the Fullness of God's Names" which has some fine teaching on how self-revelating God's names are, and a companion cd available called "An Experience In Worship" on which JPJ recites the names of God from the book, backed by a powerful score led by Graham Ord. JPJ's been bashed around the web a bit. Just check reviews of his other books. He's like black licorice: those who don't like him, don't like him a lot. But this is all good edifying stuff, albeit a bit pricey.
|Delight in God's Presence! Apr 20, 2003|
|I don't know why or how but when I read out loud any 5-10 names of God, I feel God's presence. May be it was just me I thought. So I let my friend borrow it and told him to read it out loud during his devotion and he felt the presence of God as well. |
It is a simple book, on one page it has a name of God such as "I am the friend of sinners" and one bible quote to back up the name, yet so powerful. I must be invoking something spiritual when I verbalize the names of God. I don't get it, but who cares, I simply delight in the presence of God.
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