In this message of strength and encouragement, Hannah Whitall Smith reminds us that there is peace in the midst of a lost and dying world. With the God of All. LibriVox recording of The God of All Comfort, by Hannah Whitall Smith. Read by volunteer readers. This book is written to Christians who. The God of All Comfort. Hannah Whitall SMITH ( – ). This book is written to Christians who profess to believe the Bible as God’s.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. You’re tired of it all. You’re living in a world of worry. Every day, you hannnah people facing hardship, pain, and trials. Pain and fear are running rampant, and you just can’t ignore it.
In this message of strength and encouragement, Hannah Whitall Smith reminds us that there is peace in the midst of a lost and dying world. With the God of All Comfort, you can taste joy and You’re tired of it all. With the God of All Comfort, you can taste joy and peace, comforg can let go of fear and worry, and you can rest while God fights your fears for you. Published December 3rd by Whitaker Distribution comfotr published June 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Mar 21, Jerry rated it really liked it. Like the Gospel itself, this book’s message is timeless. This is one of the best “practical theology” books I have read in a long time There were a few chapters that caused this to not be a 5-star book – the chapter on self-examination, for example – but there were other chapters that were positively life-changing.
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The God of All Comfort by Hannah Whitall Smith
Smith does is hold out the dual truths of the sufficiency of God and the ability of the believer to trust in that sufficiency. Whether one feels like Jesus is enough does not alter His character, and those fe This is one of the best “practical theology” books I have read in a long time Whether one feels like Jesus is enough does not alter His character, and those feelings are not necessary to take hold of that which He offers.
Conquered sin has no power, unbelief has no power. God alone has power, and that is all one needs. I have found this book to be a great encouragement to me, especially in stirring my heart to obedience and faith. I can live as if all that God says and has promised is true because it IS.
What a great Salvation Army find; I’m interested in reading more from this wonderful and very quotable author. Jun 30, Judy G rated it it was amazing.
A short but very rich book that caused me to stop and ponder what the author was saying many times. Lots of applicable references to Scripture. Reading this book deepened my love for my Savior Jesus Christ! I am fascinated by Hannah Whitall Smith. These names were discovered by God’s people in times of sore need. Struggles will never be won in my own power. Creative break-throughs will never come because of my own genius.
Only as I rely on God’s vast supply for my every need, will I discover more of who He is. What do you need today? Get out your Bible and turn to the Concordance in the back. Look up those words and more. Let God reveal Himself to you today through the pages of His Word. Let Him be your Healer, Shelter and Rock! Dec 18, K. Rarely do we find a treatise on life and Christianity from a source that is both about as straight-shooting as they come and as sweetly encouraging.
Smith tells like it is and cuts through the sentimentality and the cliches that are often pushed upon struggling Christians. Instead, she offers unvarnished truth in a way that is always inspiring and never judgmental. One of the best “Christian living” books I’ve read. View all 3 comments. Aug 17, Susan rated it it was amazing. If your love receptors are damaged, this is a must to dismantle your untruth with the truth of God and His love for you. She knows how to effectively articulate common misconceptions and faulty thinking on the human part that denies us receiving and believing God about Himself and about what He says about us.
For those with broken lives, broken hearts, past failures and wounded by others, this is a journey of healing. You won’t be the same after you’re done. This book is for Christians only.
Those smithh are not saved, need to trust in Christ for salvation before they can benefit from this book. Much Scripture is used, however, no Scripture references are used.
It is good teaching but very poor in retrieval for later use. There is no subject or topic index of any kind. Oct 08, Sue rated it really liked it. This is another wonderful book by Miss Smith. She has a wonderful way of looking at life’s crisis with an all powerful, all knowing, all caring God in mind. It is comforting and will help the Christian to look at life’s struggles whital little differently. A fabulous book that I would love to give to all my christian friends.
Jan 02, Robin marked it as to-read. Who wouldn’t want to read about the secret of this abundant life and victory over defeat?! I’m not sure where this book came from, other than Divine intervention. I look forward to taking the time to read this one! Apparently, since Psalm 23 tells us that God is a good shepherd, any problems we have must be because we are failing to let Him care for us.
No wonder that in some churches there are no conversions from one end of the wihtall to another. We must have a fold that show sheep in good condition if we expect outsiders to come in.
And actually, a church full of broken people is exactly the kind of church I want to be a part of! Jul 26, Master Melvin M. Lusterio rated it it was amazing. Jun 11, Ed rated it it was amazing.
Oct 11, John rated it it was amazing. Excellent book encouraging Goc to keep their eyes fixed on God, not on themselves. She uses very practical examples to exhort and encourage gof.
Knowing God is of paramount importance, so that we can live in light of who He is and what that means to us. I was convicted by her reminder that God is bigger than any of our circumstances, and to doubt Him or to worry is to deny His sovereignty and His love.
Direct and simple, cuts through all your experiences, circumstances, beliefs.
Love her straight forward writing style. Incredible book for all stages of Christian walk.
I’ve had a relationship with Jesus for over 30 years and it was so refreshing to read truths again that cut right through all the junk I’ve let seep in to my beliefs of Him. This was written exactly for me!
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I highly recommend for all!!!!! Jan 24, Hannah rated it liked it. I have such mixed feelings about the content of this book! Overall, I’m happy I read it and was deeply impacted by the parts I loved. I’ve written a more detailed review on my blog: Jul 06, Kate Hooper rated it it was amazing. This book has been life-changing for me.
She presents simple yet profound truths about the Christian life that ultimately remind us God is enough and our soul can rest in Him alone. This will be a book I return to time and time again. It’s worth reading every year.