God Of Hope The Hardback
A One-Volume Commentary on God's Promises
by Dan Dick; Joel Drinkard;
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God Of Hope The
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• Gain a deeper understanding of the role of hope in the Bible
• Use both scripture and topical indexes to locate passages in the Bible with ease
Everyone experiences feelings of hopelessness, and sometimes those dark feelings seem like they will linger forever. Hopelessness can arise when dealing with family or friends; or perhaps with the loss of a job, the end of a relationship or the beginning of a tough financial season. In times of great distress our God brings us comfort, compassion and, of course, hope. The God of Hope guides our hearts, helping us find hope and healing in His word.
God’s hope for individuals, humanity, and the world fill the pages of the Bible, and stories of His work in our hearts when hope seems to fail are endless. Full Scripture passages and reflections drawn from every book of the Bible will offer readers a deeper understanding of the hope God offers to us daily. Each author explains the historical and theological aspects of God’s blessings of hope, so we can better apply His Word to every situation. For the reader who needs help seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, God of Hope is the perfect choice.
God Of Hope The by Dan Dick; Joel Drinkard was published by Thomas Nelson in October 2013 and is our 60828th best seller. The ISBN for God Of Hope The is 9781418549930.
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|Page last updated||21st March 2017|
|Author / Artist||Dan Dick; Joel Drinkard|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (October 2013)|
|Number of Pages||331|