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100 Names of God Daily Devotional

Christopher D. Hudson

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Experience the peace, joy, and hope that come from deepening your understanding of who God is with Rose’s 100 Names of God Christian devotional. From Adonai to Yahweh, each daily devotion ushers you into the very presence of God.

Have you ever noticed how those with the biggest personalities and greatest accomplishments accumulate the most names and nicknames?

President Abraham Lincoln was referred to as Honest Abe, the Rail Splitter, the Ancient One, the Great Emancipator, and Father Abraham.

100 Names of God Daily Devotional

100 Names of God Daily Devotional

George Herman Ruth Jr., the legendary baseball player, was called the Babe, the Sultan of Swat, the Bambino, the Big Fellow, the Caliph of Clout, and the Home Run King, among other things.

Clearly it takes more than one name to do justice to someone who is larger than life. And if that’s true with regard to exceptional athletes and beloved politicians, how much more is it true of God?

In the Bible we discover dozens of names and titles for God. Each one of these names reveals some facet of God’s nature or reminds us of His dealings with humankind.

Th is little book, while not exhaustive, focuses brief attention on 100 names, titles, and descriptions of God. Each reading provides a key verse, a short devotional, and cross references that off er additional insights into the words we use to describe God.

Experience the peace, joy, and hope that come from deepening your understanding of who God is with Rose’s 100 Names of God Christian devotional.

From Adonai to Yahweh, each daily devotion ushers you into the very presence of God by having you reflect on who he is.

Every page in this book is off ered with the prayer that readers will follow the psalmist’s lead in saying, “I will praise God’s name in song and glorify him with thanksgiving” (Psalm 69:30).

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