Let God be God Hardback

Songs of Hope and Consolation

by Faith Cook;

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Let God be God

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"Most of these verses were composed during a twenty-year period between 1980-2000. Some arose out of material I was reading in connection with the biographical accounts I was working on at the time. The majority, however, were written as a direct result either of sermons that had influenced me, books that I was reading or as an expression of God's personal dealings with me in correction, encouragement and comfort."

"The quotations accompanying the lines are also largely drawn from books I have read that have stimulated and shaped my thinking. From time to time a number of friends have asked me if I would be willing to allow these verses, some of a quite personal nature, to be published. It is only the desire that others may find hope and consolation through these lines that has eventually persuaded me to do so." - Faith Cook

Let God be God by Faith Cook was published by Evangelical Press in December 2012 and is our 44272nd best seller. The ISBN for Let God be God is 9780852348505.

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"John Wesley's highest commendation of his brother's hymns was that they were Scriptural, and the same is true of this book of Faith Cook's verse. One could almost add that in places it has the warmth and fervour, and the wonder at God' salvation, that are among the classic hallmarks of Charles's hymns. The verses, so the author tells us, have been written over some twenty years, and clearly spring from her own experience of the faithfulness of God, not least in darker days. They are set off by brief quotations from saints of God, usually in the Puritan tradition, from John Bunyan and Richard Baxter to Martyn Lloyd-Jones; and by scenic photographs quietly evocative of the believer's 'hope and consolation' in Christ which is the golden chain linking verses, quotations and illustrations" Timothy Dudley-Smith


Details for Let God be God

Page last updated 19th October 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherEvangelical Press (December 2012)
Number of Pages128
Thickness13 mm
Height168 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code4063111
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