I Exalt You, O God - Jerry Bridges

Price: $9.99

Format: eBook

ISBN: 9780307553379

Release: 10.5.2011

Religion - Devotional

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October 8, 2012
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If you’re like me, you have some awesome times of private worship to God, but you also have your fair share of ho-hum moments when you feel too tired or frustrated or rushed to put much energy into intentional, personal times of worship.

Here’s a thirty-one day devotional by Jerry Bridges I can heartily recommend as an aid for all of us: I Exalt You, O God: Encountering His Greatness in Your Private Worship.

In thirty-one short but meaningful chapters (days), Bridges offers a framework for you to learn more about one of these four attributes of God:

his greatness his holiness his wisdom his love

He begins each day with a more specific breakdown of one of the attributes by retelling a Bible story or providing a personal example, then moves into a simple prayer, followed with a short series of verses rewritten in the first person for you to respond to God directly. (continued) . . .

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