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I Exalt You, O God: Encountering His Greatness in Your Private Worshipby Jerry Bridges
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Hungering and thirsting for God's majesty
As the world becomes ever more impersonal, hectic, and stressful, our hunger grows for the reality of God's greatness in our lives. We seek moments of personal worship and praise to God...we desire His awesome presence. Now Jerry Bridges, one of this generation's most influential and personal Christian writers, guides you into God's throne room for an intensely personal time of worship. You'll exalt God for...
- His Greatness...beyond measure, beyond compare
- His Holiness...transcendent majesty
- His Wisdom...skill and splendor on display
- His Love...the infinite love of an amazing Father for His child
Along with clear, compelling, biblical teaching on these four aspects of God's nature, I Exalt You, O God includes a generous scattering of prayers that will guide your heart into reverent praise and thanksgiving. As a result, you'll come away with a fresh and deeper desire to fall before God's presence with heartfelt praise for the vastness and the wonder of His greatness, His holiness, His wisdom, and His love.
From the Hardcover edition.
The author of The Pursuit of Holiness takes readers on a
About the Author
\Jerry Bridges is one of the best known and most trusted Christian writers today. The former vice-president for corporate affairs of the Navigators, he continues to serve as a Navigators staff member, ministering to college students, churches, and other groups around the world. His first book, The Pursuit of Holiness, has sold over one million copies. He is also the author of The Practice of Godliness, Trusting God, Transforming Grace, The Discipline of Grace (winner of the ECPA Gold Medallion award), and The Joy of Fearing God, from which this book is adapted. Jerry lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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