Good Things: Seeing Your Life Through the Lens of God's Favor
There are certain messages today, both outside and inside the church, that have tainted the true message of God’s favor. The reality is God isn’t obligated to provide good things for us—but He wants to! This is your opportunity to adopt a fa...more
The author eloquently puts some of the questions he's wrestled with throughout his life on paper. He takes the reader along with him on a journey of choosing to believe that God is good no matter what and see God's goodness in our lives.
I was introduced to new concepts like Theodicy, the Garden of God's grace, Plus Ultra, etc while also bei ...more
This is a short, easy read that surveys seeing your life through the lens of God’s favor, borrowing his subtitle. I say survey since each of his chapters could have been a feature length presentation. Happily, he gives us enough to get the idea and go with it. You could almost say he’s an optom ...more
Kevin Gerald begins with the premise that our attitude should be like wearing polarised sunglasses. What we choose to look at comes out in sharpest focus, whether we choose a positive or nega ...more
A tenacious fear of "prosperity gospel" has taught many of us to avoid, downplay, or misinterpret the Bible's teaching regarding God's favor.
I found this book to hold much good Biblical counter-balance. ...more
I found such encouragement to be more intentional about looking for God and his goodness everywhere. ...more