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About I Am Not But I Know I Am

God is looking for ordinary people
to play significant roles
in His story.
 
Our God is more expansive and powerful than we could ever imagine, the all-mighty creator of galaxies beyond our reach. But He is also the loving creator who has formed and fashioned you.  Yet, as valuable as you are to Him, God’s best for your life is to invite you into a story that is all about Him.
 
In this intensely personal and highly motivating book, bestselling author, pastor, and Passion founder Louie Giglio shows you how to embrace your “smallness” in light of God’s greatness—and live with more meaning than you have ever dreamed possible.
 
I am not…but God knows my name.
I am not…but He has pursued me in His love.
I am not…but I know the Creator of the universe.
I am not, but I know I AM!
 
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About Louie Giglio

LOUIE GIGLIO is the pastor of Passion City Church and founder of The Passion Movement, a ministry with a global reach that has inspired this generation of college-aged young people to live for God’s fame. Louie is the author of I Am Not But I Know I Am, Indescribable, The Air I Breathe and Wired: For a Life of Worship. With his wife, Shelley, he leads the music label, sixstepsrecords. The Giglios live in Atlanta.
 

Product Details

176 pages | Published by Multnomah

On Sale Date: Dec 18, 2012

Trim Size: 5-3/16 x 8

Carton Quantity: 24

Sneak Peek

God is looking for ordinary people to play significant roles in His story.

Click here to download chapter one of I Am Not But I Know I Am trade paperback edition. 

Our God is more expansive and powerful than we could ever imagine, the all-mighty creator of galaxies beyond our reach. But He is also the loving creator who has formed and fashioned you.  Yet, as valuable as you are to Him, God’s best for your life is to invite you into a story that is all about Him.

Now updated with all new content to encourage you in your quest to live for what matters most.

Click here to download chapter one of I Am Not But I Know I Am.

By Michael Hodge

If you feel unworthy of salvation, unworthy of God's love, or unworthy of the call of God, you should read this book for some great nuggets of truth. As Rick Warren stated, "It's not about you". Giglio builds on this idea using the well-known story of Moses. If God is the great I Am, then we can fill in the blank about ourselves - we are the "I am not". In the book, Giglio writes in a conversational style that is easy to follow. This is not a...

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By Robert Canavan

The writing of Louie is easy to follow and full of personal anecdotes. Overall, the book does a good job of showing who the I Am is. I really enjoyed the re-telling of John the Baptist's story. . Mr Giglio makes the story come alive even to the reader who has read it a hundred times. The idea of the book is great, however it reminds me of a "survey" class from Bible College... He supported his ideas with Biblical references but...

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By Trisha Guinn

Despite the confounding title, I found this book to be a very simple, easy read, yet packed with imperative truth. The main purpose of the book is to bring the reader to a full comprehension of God's completeness, His omniscience/omnipotence/omnipresence, while simultaneously highlighting the finite incompleteness of our own selves. However, the author also impresses upon the reader the necessary realization that though we are insignificant,...

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By Jimmy Leasure

This book was a timely read for my spiritual walk right now. I really appreciate Louie's approach and his style of writing. If you decide to read this book, get ready to be reassured and challenged with any insecurities you may have. This is a great book and I used pieces of it during sermons for my student ministry.

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By Adam Bowman

Louie tells us in this book that the way we can make sure that our life is of importance is to make sure that our life is in line with the story that God wants for our life. He also makes note that our story is but a short bleep in time of God's story. My favorite message of the entire book is the message that everything in all of creation is created to point back to God. This is definitely a message that most pastor's glance over but...

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