NEW BOOK: Sparks of Divine Glory: A Practical Study of the Attributes of God by C. Matthew McMahon (725 Pages)

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C. Matthew McMahon

Christian Preacher

Sparks of Divine Glory: A Practical Study of the Attributes of God by C. Matthew McMahon (725 Pages, Linen Hardcover)

Is there a good reason to study the doctrine of God? Knowing God, or not knowing God, has eternal consequences to it. The Savior came to explain the Father (John 1:18) and he said that eternal life is knowing God and knowing Jesus Christ whom God sent (John 17:3). Such a knowledge must include something more than a mere knowledge of facts. It must show a relationship of those facts, one to another, and how they relate as a whole to the life of the believer. Such a study must show what the spiritual benefits are to the redeemed, which then turns to the spiritual experience they have as they grow in Christ.

This volume deals with the application of the knowledge of God, and how the doctrine of God should be a practical, every day consideration, in the life of the redeemed believer.

McMahon covers all the revealed Biblical attributes and perfections of God, which also include some not generally considered. He covers that God is incomprehensible, Trinitarian, glorious, a pure spirit, self-sufficient, simple, unified, impassible, immutable, infinite, omnipresent, eternal, invisible, omniscient, all wise, light, truth, free, holy, good, faithful, love, gracious, merciful, longsuffering, sovereign, omnipotent, righteous, just, wrathful, jealous, and eminently beautiful. He ends with a concluding chapter on how the Christian should always be rejoicing in God’s majesty. (31 Chapters, includes Select Bibliography and Index of Key Topics and People in the printed book).

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Looks amazing….it’s practical and 725 pages…?? :)

I know, yes, its a longer book. But, each section is put together so that 1) the main text is explained, and then, 2) that there is a main doctrine that comes from the text, and then, 3) I apply it so that its not just a book about basic doctrine. All the chapters work in that way, so it enforces the practical nature of each of God's attributes in the last 1/3 of each chapter.

(Hmmm ... that sounds a little familiar in terms of format: text...doctrine...application...) :think:
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