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|Title||:||Blessed Be Your Name: Worshipping God on the Road Marked with Suffering|
|Number of Pages||:||111 Pages|
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Blessed Be Your Name: Worshipping God on the Road Marked with Suffering Reviews
The writers take the reader through a very personal journey of hardship. They wrote this book from the conviction that theoretical theological and philosophical arguments, or reason, cannot provide a full satisfying answer for someone caught in the midst of horrific pains. So they provide this book, and the song it describes, as a guide for the suffering person to find hope in life through God.
“As mature Christians, we begin to recognize His presence in the face of adversity too – seeing God powerfully at work in our brokenness.”We live in a hurting and broken world. If you haven’t had tragedy strike in your own personal life, then all you have to do is watch the news and you’ll see stories of loss, heartache and pain. But! (What a beautiful word sometimes) I hold on to the truth there’s hope. Hope for something beautiful and faith that through it all is a God still at work. So wherever you’re at today, hold onto to that beautiful hope Redman so wonderful points out!Would love for you to join the discussion over at the blog :) http://booksandbeverages.wordpress.co...
Matt and Beth Redman do an excellent job of providing a biblical explanation on how we are to respond to suffering as Christians. It does not contain theological explanations of why suffering happens in this world, but rather focuses on what our response to God ought to be even during our times of suffering: worship and gratitude. It is based on his song "Blessed Be Your Name", and the text goes through the song line by line to discuss our journey as Jesus' disciples to be one of sorrow but rejoicing, perplexity but never despair, and loss but at the same time possession of everything. I enjoyed this quick but profound read.
One of the shortest book I've ever read. Written by the creators of the worship sone, Blessed Be Your name" and why this song of lament is important for every worshipper.
Blessed Be Your Name: Worshipping God on the Road Marked with Suffering by Matt Redman (2005)
Matt and Beth Redman have an amazing story. This book is a great reminder of God's love, even through our trials.
great book on worship