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The Nature of God: 50 Christian Devotions about God's Love and Acceptance (God's Love Book 1) Kindle Edition
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In her book, The Nature of God, author Mona Hanna explores the limitless depths of God's love and acceptance. She details the nature of God by describing His mercy, forgiveness, patience and grace. Each of the fifty short devotions delves into a deeper understanding of the attributes of God. We are reminded that even when we feel unlovable, God is there. His love in unending. His mercies are new every morning. His faithfulness is without end.
The book is well-written, and the structure allows for the reader to begin each day with one of the short devotions. What better way to start each day than with a reminder of God's love!
Doctrinally, the book had a few areas that troubled me. There were a couple of topics on which the line between truth and error was blurred. For example, many times God's acceptance is described in such a way that it seems God accepts our sins as well as ourselves. I Peter 1:16 says, "Be ye holy; for I am holy." It does not say, "Do the best you can, and that will be good enough for God." Yes, God accepts us as we are, but He loves us too much to leave us that way. He longs for us to grow in Him.Read more ›
This is a delightful book. Full of reminders put in a new way that makes it deeply nourishing. It's light reading but very welcome from some of the deeper reading that I do. I look forward each morning to including yours in the start to my day walking with the Lord.
Following is an excerpt from today. I found it just what I needed to hear as I step into my day.
I don’t have to decide every facet of my future. I just have to keep going, and God will give me things to do. I may come to realize what to do after a time of confusion. I may still be confused and just try to do something — anything — to move forward. The path will eventually lead to God. He’ll control that — not me.
~The Rebecca Review
Mona shares how she experiences the many characteristics of God, and gives the reader a look into her own perception of God's personality. This is done through short daily devotions. But rather than 365 devotions, the 50 devotions in the book are each given a title, which the reader can view in order to choose the devotion that aligns with their present need. Alternatively, the reader can open the book, turn to a random page, and read how that particular page can be actively applied to their current life place. This is one of the positive characteristics of this devotional.
"The Nature of God" gives us the author's perspective of God: as being less judgmental and less of a rule enforcer, than may have been implied in the reader's previous life descriptions of God. Mona Hanna sees God as all loving, all giving, and all protecting of His children; and would like her readers to walk away with the same feelings, or similar feelings to her own, that which is expressed in this book. Mona reinforces this as what she believes is the true nature of God.
The author uses everyday language in each devotion, which brings the reader close to the heart of the meaning in that particular day's words. But, at the same time, Mona's language is not too simplistic, and therefore can reach a level of shared experience.
The writing style allows for "The Nature of God" to be used in many settings, and over repeated time frames.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i will never order any devotional book again if i want to hear from GOD i go to his WORD THE BIBLE not to someone who writes whatever how do i know it comes from GODPublished 22 months ago by garbo
This book has some good points. There are points that I personally don't agree with, but overall it's a good read.Published 22 months ago by Raenel Salandy
This book truly touches on the nature of God and brings peace to the readers soul. It lifts one up and answers silent questions.Published on June 25, 2014 by Mary Smith
It is my desire to draw nearer to God as His promise is "draw near to God, He will draw near to you. Read morePublished on May 12, 2014 by Nancy Ledoux
Daughter and I read this as our devotional for HomeSchool in January. This is her senior year, and this is one of the better devotionals we have read.Published on March 23, 2014 by ItsJustMe
Just love reading this every morning as it jump starts my day and I try to read it evenings, also.Published on February 17, 2014 by J. M. Glass
This is one of the most nurturing books I have ever read. Every chapter has touched my heart tremendously. ThanksPublished on February 15, 2014 by Joanne May
The quick devotionals never missed. This book is encouraging, insightful, and helpful. It is a must read for anyone looking for help from a humble standpoint. Great read!Published on February 7, 2014 by Dawana
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