The Wonder of It All: Rediscovering the Treasures of Your Faith

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Crossway, 1999 - Religion - 300 pages
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Rekindle your love for God and the wonders of your faith

Christians everywhere search for ways to rekindle their love for God. Some seek emotional experiences, only to find that their spark of temporary passion does not yield a lasting fire. Others serve diligently, and then discover that all their fervent work has not flamed their love either. Still others study rigorously, only to realize in the end that more head knowledge has done nothing to soften their heart.

What most of us fail to recognize is that our hearts can only glow with a fresh love for God when we know Him and understand the way He works in the world--and in our lives. This genuine love is rooted in our familiarity with His character and ways. As we get to know God more deeply, our love for Him is multiplied beyond imagination.

This kind of love takes root when we seek--and seek to live out--the treasures found in His Word. As Bryan Chapell explains, the wondrous truth God reveals there gives us constant hope, daily courage, and a foundation for knowing and experiencing the joy of His love.

When you learn to cherish what God says, you will ever long for more of His Word--and for more of Him. So renew your awareness of the graces that are at the heart of faith. And revive your love for the Lord as you rediscover the wonder of it all--the glorious truths of Christianity.

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About the author (1999)

Bryan Chapell (PhD, Southern Illinois University) is senior pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church in Peoria, Illinois, as well as president emeritus and distinguished professor of preaching at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri. He is a widely traveled speaker and the author of numerous books, including the bestseller "Christ-Centered Preaching", "Christ-Centered Worship", and "Holiness by Grace".

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