Everyday Encounters with God: What Our Experiences Teach Us about the Divine [NOOK Book]

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Who is God, and how do we know what he’s like? In twenty short chapters that cover a wide range of subjects, best-selling authors Fr. Benedict Groeschel and Bert Ghezzi alert us to the many-faceted ways we can learn about God through the daily circumstances of our lives. The face of God is unveiled by Groeschel and Ghezzi in engaging stories about forgiveness, kindness, conversion, and family, taken from personal experience, Scripture, ...
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Everyday Encounters with God: What Our Experiences Teach Us about the Divine

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Overview

Who is God, and how do we know what he’s like? In twenty short chapters that cover a wide range of subjects, best-selling authors Fr. Benedict Groeschel and Bert Ghezzi alert us to the many-faceted ways we can learn about God through the daily circumstances of our lives. The face of God is unveiled by Groeschel and Ghezzi in engaging stories about forgiveness, kindness, conversion, and family, taken from personal experience, Scripture, literature, and the lives of ordinary people.

In this unique book, the authors open our eyes to the Lord’s attributes —his love, his providence, his generosity, his justice, his creativity, and his preoccupation with beauty, and more—by discovering them in places as varied as the vastness of the heavens, the intricacies of our bodies, the genius of artists, and the love and care of our parents. Questions for personal reflection and group discussion will help readers to look for God themselves each day, as they learn to see him in fresh, new ways.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781593254087
  • Publisher: The Word Among Us Press
  • Publication date: 9/1/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 152
  • Sales rank: 871,081
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Benedict Groeschel, CFR is a well-known teacher, conference speaker, and retreat master, and the founder of the community of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal. He is the author of many books, including, most recently, Praying with the Creed. His weekly TV program, “Fr. Benedict Groeschel Live,” airs every Sunday evening on EWTN.

Bert Ghezzi is a popular teacher, conference speaker, and author, most recently of The Heart of a Saint. He holds a PhD from the University of Notre Dame. Bert appears often on EWTN and on various Catholic radio networks. He and wife Mary Lou live in central Florida.

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