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God Our Father

Author: John Koessler
Publisher: Chicago : Moody Press, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Koessler writes in an understandable, pastoral manner, carefully walking the reader through the various aspects of God's character and purposes as Father. His approach is marked by historical sensitivity, breadth of reading, and everyday examples. Along the way he explores such topics as: God as the Helper of the poor and oppressed; the Father's role in the Trinity; how God disciplines His children; and how to talk  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Koessler
ISBN: 0802440681 9780802440686
OCLC Number: 42899364
Description: 272 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: "I believe in God the Father" --
The role of the Father --
The nature of the Father --
The Father almighty --
The work of the Father --
The care of the Father --
The blessings of the Father --
Praying to the Father --
Worshiping to the Father --
Glorifying the Father.
Responsibility: John Koessler.
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Koessler writes in an understandable, pastoral manner, carefully walking the reader through the various aspects of God's character and purposes as Father. His approach is marked by historical sensitivity, breadth of reading, and everyday examples. Along the way he explores such topics as: God as the Helper of the poor and oppressed; the Father's role in the Trinity; how God disciplines His children; and how to talk to God as we would a father. This is theology at its best: warm, wise, and thoughtful. See if it doesn't deepen your own love for God as your Father.

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