The Will of God

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Abingdon Press, Dec 1, 2011 - Religion - 88 pages
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During the tumultuous era of World War II, the city of London shattered under unrelenting bombs dropped by Nazi Germany. Millions of buildings were destroyed or damaged, tens of thousands of civilians were killed, and survivors were left to ask: How can this destruction be part of God’s plan? What is God’s will in all of this?

After City Temple in London was reduced to rubble, Rev. Leslie Weatherhead crafted five sermons on understanding the will of God to help his congregation endure religious doubt as their city—and church—crumbled around them. Weatherhead’s sermons were eventually published as The Will of God, a resource that has sold more than a million copies and has been a lifeline for grieving persons seeking to understand God’s purpose for their pain. This revised edition of the classic book includes background information and photos of the historical setting that inspired this book, and a new cover and layout to refresh a timeless message—both for new readers and returning fans.
 

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User Review  - jmcdbooks - LibraryThing

Rated: C- Purposes 3 wills of God: Intentional, Circumstantial, Ultimate & uses as basis Christ death as God's will for people to follow Christ, will for him to die as good out of evil, will of redemption. Weak premise. Read full review

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User Review  - Charles - Christianbook.com

This book was very eye opening to the various wills of God. This book is best for a mature Christian, I think a baby in Christ might not grasp or understand what the author is trying to say. The book was good. Read full review

Contents

Foreword
2 Gods Circumstantial Will
3 Gods Ultimate Will
4 Discerning the Will of God
Leslie Weatherheads London
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About the author (2011)

Leslie D. Weatherhead’s thoughtful and compelling writings brought him worldwide acclaim during his lifetime. He served as longtime pastor of City Temple in London, which he helped rebuild after the London Blitz in WWII. The Will of God is perhaps his best-known work.

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