Where Is God? Jacketed Hardback Book Hardback
Finding His Presence, Purpose and Power in Difficult Times
by John Townsend;
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Where Is God? Jacketed Hardback Book
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Everyone has problems. But if we could solve all our difficulties ourselves, would we ever search for God? Psychologist John Townsend says 'It is actually the very unfixability of our problems and our powerlessness to bring right results that keep us asking, 'Where is God?'
With a compelling narrative, Townsend offers new insights into the pursuit for God's help and presence. Designed to give readers hope and meaning, he divides the discussion into three parts:
- Why does a loving God allow us to experience difficulties?
- How is God active in the middle of our hard times?
- How can I find God?
With powerful stories and practical applications, 'Where Is God?' assures readers that even when it feels as though God is absent it is his nature to be in relationship, to connect with, love, and guide us. And when we seek him with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength, he shows up in ways that transform us forever.
Where Is God? Jacketed Hardback Book by John Townsend was published by Thomas Nelson in December 2009 and is our 62210th best seller. The ISBN for Where Is God? Jacketed Hardback Book is 9780785229193.
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|Page last updated||24th March 2017|
|Author / Artist||John Townsend|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (December 2009)|
|Number of Pages||212|