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Do I Know God?: Finding Certainty in Life's Most Important Relationship #2020

Do I Know God Finding Certainty in Life s Most Important Relationship As the grandson of Billy and Ruth Bell Graham Tullian Tchividjian grew up hearing the Christian faith preached to millions Yet he struggled to come to faith personally His first book Do I Know

  • Title: Do I Know God?: Finding Certainty in Life's Most Important Relationship
  • Author: Tullian Tchividjian
  • ISBN: 9781590529362
  • Page: 295
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Do I Know God?: Finding Certainty in Life's Most Important Relationship By Tullian Tchividjian, As the grandson of Billy and Ruth Bell Graham, Tullian Tchividjian grew up hearing the Christian faith preached to millions Yet he struggled to come to faith personally His first book, Do I Know

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    1. Not a complex book by any means, but Tullian gives an above average answer on the assurances of the question to the title of the work.Do I know God I did find it to start off slow, but something kept compelling me to read By the end of the book I was surprised at some of the emotional responses I had to the later chapters In short, I began to connect with the author.In just reading this book, I gather that he doesn t wear his ancestry on his sleeve, but rather he sets out to live up to them Whil [...]

    2. Whether you are listen to Tullian from his pulpit or casual conversation or off the pages of his book, you get the sense there is much than meets the eye Of course there are the Billy Graham genes floating around but there is no sense of dogma or ego Do I know God may challenge, should challenge the reader to face that very question for the first time, or importantly for the last time.

    3. If you do have a relationship with God, he wants you to know it And if you don t have a relationship with God, he wants you to know it God does not want you to think you have a relationship with him if you don t And he doesn t want you to think you do not have a relationship with him if you do Of course we can t know everything about God but what we must konw, we can know.In nature we learn that we are creatures who depend on a Creator.Journeys end in lovers meeting ShakespeareChristianity is no [...]

    4. We were looking for a book on par with J.I Packer s Knowing God but written concisely and on a popular level I thought that Tullian achieves this with his searching but easy to read text He writes on high ideas such as certainty, God s sovereignty in salvation, the deception of decisional regeneration, depravity, justification, sanctification, and eschatology.Yet, the message is simple, clear, and pervasive Tullian writes of his own gospel testimony and calls his readers to consider their relat [...]

    5. This book is essential for those struggling to answer life s biggest question Do I Know God This book was insightful, encouraging, and backed up by scripture It has encouraged me very much I know that there is a lot of controversy surrounding Tullian right now, but don t let that stop you from reading this book I recommend this book to everyone.

    6. Heard about this on Family Life Today Despite being raised in a loving Christian home and being the grandson of Billy and Ruth Graham, Tullian Tchividjian rejected his family and his faith at the age of 16 Hear about the life he lived apart from God and the depths to which he had to fall before God lovingly got his attention.

    7. TT writes clearly and to the point There is no waffling His comments about being part of Christ s body, the church, are very good He also makes a great point about the difference between a relationship with God and having fellowship with God.

    8. Great easy read Would recommend to Christians who are struggling with prayer, Bible reading, and fellowship.

    9. Read through chapter 6 It was a good book Very basic, but one I would recommend to someone struggling with what it means to be a Christian.

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