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How Could a Loving God?

by Ken Ham

  • 256 Want to read
  • 32 Currently reading

Published by Master Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian Life,
  • Ministry To The Bereaved,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Christian Life,
  • Christian Life - Death, Grief, Bereavement,
  • Religion & Spirituality / Christianity,
  • Christian Life - General,
  • Bereavement,
  • Christianity,
  • Grief,
  • Religious aspects,
  • Suffering

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8216535M
    ISBN 100890515042
    ISBN 109780890515044
    OCLC/WorldCa85824697

      And then in Matthew , “Whoever loves father or mother more than me is not worthy of me,” Jesus says. “Whoever loves son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me” (Matthew ). So now you have two powerful, deep, life-transforming commands. Love God the Father with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength. And love Jesus. Perhaps Bernard's most delightful tract, On Loving God posits that everything good in human persons is an expression of God's love and by love the person may participate in the being of the triune a new analytic commentary, Stiegman examines Bernard's language, logic, and theology, demonstrating the vital importance of reading medieval authors on their own terms,/5.

    How could a loving God send anyone to hell? Abi Weaver. Share this video: Download this video. many of us will be asking more difficult questions about the meaning of life and the existence of God. This book provides answers to the 12 most frequently-asked questions about God and is currently available to download as an eBook for free.   Through James (the brother of Jesus), God has given us some great teaching in helping us to bear the load of suffering and turmoil we have in this world as His children. In James we read, “ Be patient, therefore, brethren, until the coming of the Lord.

      This is probably one of the biggest areas that I struggle with and I’m tired of it! I hate not loving God the way I’m supposed to love God. I hate waking up without giving God the love that He deserves. We don’t cry enough to the gospel message. We will cry when we read books or watch emotional movies, but when it comes to the gospel the. On Loving God was written in response to some questions addressed to Bernard by Haimeric, cardinal deacon and chancellor of the See of Rome. It incorporates a letter earlier addressed to the monks.


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How Could a Loving God? by Ken Ham Download PDF EPUB FB2

With sensitivity to the person whose perception of God has been calloused by tragedy, Ken Ham makes clear the hope-giving answers found in the pages of Scripture.

How Could a Loving God is an excellent resource for Biblical counselors, pastors, teachers and laymen. Use it in Bible classes and have it on hand as a reference when you or someone you love is faced with shocking news and great grief/5(29). How Could a Loving God ?: A study of suffering, sin, and struggle in a broken world 1st Edition.

With sensitivity to the person whose perception of God has been calloused by tragedy, Ken Ham makes clear the hope-giving answers found in the pages of Scripture.

How Could a Loving God is an excellent resource for Biblical counselors, pastors, teachers and laymen. Use it in Bible classes and have it on hand as a reference when you or someone you love is faced with shocking news and great grief/5(28).

Whether their hands are clasped in prayer, or clenched into fists of anger, God hears from those He created whenever pain visits in unexpected or untimely ways.

To make matters worse, people assume that as a Christian you will have just the right words of comfort for those in need. And we also have an online book on understanding a God of love in the face of the death and suffering around us.

We now live in a fallen world where we have just a taste of what we really asked for in Adam, when the head of the human race disobeyed God’s : Ken Ham.

To be a Christian means obeying when it is not popular, even dangerous. However, this is the path to not only loving God, but experiencing love and meaning in life.

True stories illustrate the costs and the rewards. Everyone should read it and reflect deeply/5(78). This proves that reading the book of Philippians takes about as long as reading our favorite parts of the newspaper or scanning articles on the internet.

In truth, we could probably all find space in our schedules for God’s Word. You could begin by. The result is that a person can go to our loving God for comfort instead of avoiding God because God is the source of my suffering. I believe this new perspective is going to make significant difference in the lives of Christian and non-Christian and I recommend it to anyone in the health care community/5().

Great real-life examples of loving God and the cost of loving God in this life. Definitely sets your mind on our home in heaven. I found it to be a little too preachy at times. I think the writer could have made his points without sounding pushy.

Otherwise, I love the living examples of people who have forsaken much to do what God told them to do/5. God's love is a gift to us; it's in us, but we need to release it to others through words and actions. Left dormant, it will stagnate like a pool of water with no outlet.

1 John says, We know that we have passed out of death into life, because we love the brothers. How Could a Loving God. (ZIP - MB) for all audio devices. (Contains multiple MP3 files combined into a single zip file. Files must be extracted from the zip file to be played.) How Could a Loving God.

(M4B - MB) for iTunes as well as many other audio apps and players. The call to love and suffering is not just an interruption in the story (between God’s wrath in the Old Testament and his coming wrath at the end of time).

It is the heartbeat of the : Rob Dalrymple. In How Could a Loving God?, Ken Ham makes clear the answers found in the pages of Scripturepowerful, definitive, and in a way that helps your heart to go beyond mere acceptance. When you grasp the reality of original sinand all that it meansit creates a vital foundation for your heart to finally understand what follows.5/5(3).

In this provocative new book, Ken Ham makes clear answers found in the pages of Scripture - powerful, definitive, and in a way that helps our hearts to go beyond mere acceptance.

When you grasp the reality of original sin (and all that it means), it creates a vital foundation for your heart to finally understand what follows. How Could a 5/5(4).

Underneath these questions was a deeper question still—a question that has perplexed mankind for ages, but was now amplified by our circumstances and our pain—and it was a question that demanded an answer: Why would a loving God allow, or even cause, such pain, decay, and death?Author: Ken Ham.

What a glorious promise. (If you are interested in learning more about loving God and loving others, I might recommend our book The Way of Agape.) The Greatest Commandment of All. So, loving God and loving others is God’s supreme will (Mark –31).

Even in the Old Testament it says. Our love for God is manifested by loving people (Mark ), but we do not love the things of the world. “Earth has nothing I desire besides you” (Psalm ). We cannot love this present world and God at the same time (1 John ); love for what the world offers can.

But it can be hard to imagine how a loving and merciful God could send people to a place described as a “furnace of fire.” (Matthew ) The last resort Within the justice system, prison is commonly referred to as the last resort.

How can a loving God send people to Hell. God doesn’t send anyone to Hell. It was never His design to send people to Hell. It breaks the heart of God to see people, made in His image, make the deliberate choice to go to Hell. Hell was not made for people; it was made for the angelic being, Satan, who rebelled against God.

How to Love God More— How to teach your heart to love God. more. How to love God in ways that. result in receiving His presence. continually. On Loving God More and Loving Our Earthly Ways Less.

Our love for God is divided because of idolatry of the heart. You can take steps to love God. How Could a Loving God by Ken Ham is a very helpful book to explain why sad things happen (even to good people).

The book helps you process your emotional pain while believing in a loving God. After borrowing a book from a friend to read, I purchased 2 copies to have ready to pass on to other grieving friends to help.5/5(3). Question: "How can a loving God send someone to hell?" Answer: In order to address the question of a loving God sending someone to hell, we need to define a few terms and correct a few wrong definitions must be biblical, and our assumptions must be correct.

We must first define the term loving phrase assumes some things about God, and answering the .The Truth About God's Love Many years ago when I was preparing to teach my first public message, I felt like God was speaking to my heart to tell people He loves them.

At first, I wasn't excited about this because it seemed too simple, so I told God, "They already know that.