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2 edition of I Wanted to Know All about God found in the catalog.

I Wanted to Know All about God

Virginia Kroll

I Wanted to Know All about God

by Virginia Kroll

  • 31 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Tandem Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s 4-8 - Picturebooks,
  • Children: Grades 1-2

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDebra Reid Jenkins (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatSchool & Library Binding
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9397237M
    ISBN 100613753895
    ISBN 109780613753890

      The book is divided into three main sections: “Know the Lord,” “Behold Your God,” and “If God Be For Us.” We Should Study Theology Wisely In the Know the Lord section, Packer established the importance of theological study and the pursuit of knowledge about God and .   A. W. Tozer begins his classic, The Knowledge of the Holy [Harper & Row], p. 9) with this provocative sentence: “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” He goes on to argue (ibid.), “We tend by a secret law of the soul to move toward our mental image of God.” His words, of course, reflect the psalmist’s comment concerning those who.

      I simply want you to know what God has said about heaven and who will go there. The saved of all the ages will be there - and that vast throng will no doubt include many people who would surprise us if we knew it now. Certainly heaven will be more wonderful than our imagination and it's population more diverse than we expect. God's Light to Man An Inspired "Blueprint" Answers to questions about the Bible itself. What does it mean to say the Bible is inspired? Is the Bible of human or divine origin? A list of 60 Bible prophecies and their fulfillment. What does grain seed found in the pyramids have to do with the Bible?

      I don’t know the answer I just want to see it clearly so many lies there’s a different theories All I want to know is who really made religion because I know it wasn’t you but don’t. It is a book that has profoundly changed my life, and I’m praying it will do the same for you” – Lisa Whittle. This is why we must remember. We must identify the things that keep us from wanting Him most. We must seek the soul revival that will once and for all change our life. If we want God, we can have Him, and I Want God shows us how.


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I Wanted to Know All about God book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In simple yet eloquent language, this book explores t 4/5. Complementing the narrative are rich, colorful oil paintings that depict children from many different cultural backgrounds asking about God and exploring his world.

For ages 3 to 8. I Wanted to Know All about God () by Virginia KrollFormat: Paperback. Excellent book, starts with basic questions one usually has about God and continues on, in an easy to understand fashion,to very deep aspects of believing in the triune God.

The author uses a logical question and answer format that is easy to digest and can be used whenever the reader has a few minutes to invest in his/her soul/5(69). I Wanted to Know All about God by Virginia Kroll In simple, poetic language this engaging I Wanted to Know All about God book explores the kinds of questions children ask about God: What does God do in the morning.

Where is God. Title: I Wanted to Know All about God Format: Board Book Product dimensions: 12 pages, X X in Shipping dimensions: 12 pages, X X in Published: J Publisher: WM. EERDMANS PUBLISHING CO. Everything You Always Wanted to Know about God (But Were Afraid to Ask): The Jesus Edition by Eric Metaxas.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “Everything You Always Wanted to Know about God (But Were Afraid to Ask): The Jesus Edition” as Want to Read: Want to Read/5(20).

Knowing God by J.I. Packer – If you want to know what God is like, this is your book. J.I. Packer examines the various attributes of God, such as his holiness, his love, his justice, and his eternity.

I just want to read the end of the book already, and avoid all of the in-between chapters that seem so long. It’s as if, like Eve, I believe the enemy’s lie that God is withholding something from me that I “need.” I need to know.

I need just one bite. I need just one peek at the last few pages of the story. The Point of Every Chapter. I wanted to know all about God Virginia L Kroll ; Debra Reid Jenkins Describes the concept of God to children through their everyday experiences.

I wanted to know all about God (Book, ) [] Get this from a library. I wanted to know all about God. [Virginia L Kroll; Debra Reid Jenkins] -- Children ask questions about God. About Everything Else You Always Wanted to Know About God (But Were Afraid to Ask).

In his earlier book, Eric Metaxas tackled the questions people had always wanted to ask about God. His book was well-received, but Metaxas soon realized there was a long. I wanted to know all about God, So I went looking for him in signs of His creation In simple, poetic language this engaging book explores the kinds of questions children ask about God: What does God do in the morning.

“Eric Metaxas has written a book about God based on questions that people are actually asking. His answers are pithy, practical, often funny (who says God doesn’t have a sense of humor?), and true.

This is a splendidly unconventional introduction to the Christian. "Eric Metaxas has written a book about God based on questions that people are actually asking.

His answers are pithy, practical, often funny (who says God doesn't have a sense of humor?), and true. This is a splendidly unconventional introduction to the Christian faith.".

Want to know God. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE NEW JOURNEY WITH GOD GUIDE Required Field. Email is not valid. We would love to hear from you and provide you with material to grow in your relationship with God. You can also call our Kids Prayer Line at () This little book, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About God (But were Afraid to Ask) is vintage Metaxas.

Good and profitable reading. — CHUCK COLSON, Founder of Prison Fellowship Ministries “An excellent primer on the most important questions of life, engagingly presented in. God wants you to know in your heart that you are precious, that there is no one like you and that He has great plans for your life.

God Thinks About You A lot (Psalm ) When your going through a really tough time, God is thinking about you. When your sitting and watching television with your family, God is thinking about you. In John 3 we read about a man who clearly wanted to know God better and who became more studied than most in the things of God.

His name was Nicodemus, and he was a Pharisee, a ruler of the Jews. This Nicodemus knew that Jesus had come from God, and he. Just as you cannot find God in a book of religion, you cannot find God in church, either. Both of these venues may be portals into God's presence.

But that's all they are and, don't ever forget, God needs neither, for God has many portals. In Everything You Always Wanted To Know About God, Metaxas discusses many different topics, from the topics of evil and suffering, to sex, to miracles, and much, much more.

The questions are good questions; and the answers are out there, and Metaxas does a great job of covering a lot of good information.

Instruct in the infinite expanse of truth, awaken to the glory of God radiant through all that he has made, delight with craftsmanship of poetry and diction and style and story, transform people into those who enjoy God with us and walk in a way that pleases God.

All of which means that the calling to write is by all means a calling to.Everything You Always Wanted to Know about God (But Were Afraid to Ask): The Jesus Edition, Eric Metaxas, P. J. Ochlan, Religion & Spirituality>Christianity, >Religion & Spirituality,5.