Overview

Woven through each story in the Bible, the golden threads of God’s love and providence reveal a God who is gracious and forgiving, slow to anger and abounding in compassion – unlike His children who most often judge harshly and unjustly.

So what do you think God would say today to Casey Anthony, Tiger Woods, President Barack Obama, Jaycee Dugard, John Edwards, or Bernie ...
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God's Christmas Cards

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Overview

Woven through each story in the Bible, the golden threads of God’s love and providence reveal a God who is gracious and forgiving, slow to anger and abounding in compassion – unlike His children who most often judge harshly and unjustly.

So what do you think God would say today to Casey Anthony, Tiger Woods, President Barack Obama, Jaycee Dugard, John Edwards, or Bernie Madoff? And what would God say to you?

Within the pages of this little book is a collection of Christmas cards, each one capturing a thought of what God might share with some of today’s good, bad, and ugly. Drawing from several closely paralleled Bible stories, the authors share a special Christmas message, and in doing so, remind us that no sin is so spectacular that it can’t be canceled by the blood of Jesus.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013752757
  • Publisher: Pacific Press Publishing Association
  • Publication date: 1/10/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 64
  • File size: 181 KB

Meet the Author

David B. Smith is a mathematics professor at San Bernardino Valley College. For many years he served as the head sermon writer for the Voice of Prophecy radio ministry and also wrote TV scripts for It Is Written. He is a former president of the Religious Public Relations Council and, along with his three brothers, has served as a church pastor. He spent his childhood in Thailand as a son of missionaries Kenneth and Jean Smith, and regularly returns there for mission trips. He and his wife, Lisa, have two grown daughters, Kami and Karli, and one granddaughter.
David is the author of a number of books, including the ten-volume Bucky Stone Christian teen adventure series (newly available as e-books) and is completing work on a “great-controversy”-themed earliteen thriller, Rescue of the Blue Planet.
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