The Tender Words Of God Paperback
A Daily Guide
by Ann Spangler;
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The Tender Words Of God
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This unique devotional is the result of a personal quest. In order to let the truth sink in – that God is love – Ann Spangler began hunting through the Bible for the words that every person longs to hear – words of peace, protection, and mercy. Realising her tendency to absorb the harsher words of the Bible more easily than its encouraging words, she devoted several months to reading and reflecting only on God’s tender words.
The result is a series of daily readings designed to cut away our unbelief so that we can hear the truth about love from God himself. Each week contains morning and evening readings that can be like guardians at the end of each day, passages to soak in and call to mind when one is tempted to disbelieve. While the core of the book is Scripture, each week’s readings are framed with personal reflections related to the week’s theme, making this daily devotional read equally well as an inspiring message of reassurance.
Ann Spangler, an award-winning writer whose fascination with the Bible has resulted in books that have opened up the Bible to a wide range of readers, is the author or co-author of several best-selling books. Her books have been featured in Guideposts and Crossings Book Clubs. She heads her own literary agency in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
The Tender Words Of God by Ann Spangler was published by Zondervan in September 2008 and is our 30100th best seller. The ISBN for The Tender Words Of God is 9780310267164.
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|Page last updated||10th November 2016|
|Author / Artist||Ann Spangler|
|Publisher||Zondervan (September 2008)|
|Number of Pages||288|