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The Nature of God: 50 Christian Devotions about God's Love and Acceptance
     

The Nature of God: 50 Christian Devotions about God's Love and Acceptance

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by Mona Hanna
 

A book that will bring your heart closer to God.

The Nature of God contains 50 Christian devotions, focusing on God's true love and acceptance of us. The devotions portray God's kindness, sweetness, grace, mercy and forgiveness.

These devotions break down the notion that God judges us, and has strict requirements for how we should think, feel and

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A book that will bring your heart closer to God.

The Nature of God contains 50 Christian devotions, focusing on God's true love and acceptance of us. The devotions portray God's kindness, sweetness, grace, mercy and forgiveness.

These devotions break down the notion that God judges us, and has strict requirements for how we should think, feel and behave. Mona's stance is that God loves us like a parent loves their child, with the same intimacy and compassion that a loving parent would have. Immerse yourself in heart-warming declarations of God's love, and remind yourself of the true nature of God.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781461114239
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
08/18/2011
Pages:
72
Sales rank:
999,385
Product dimensions:
5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.15(d)

Meet the Author

Mona M. Hanna is the author of the books The Nature of God and God's Promises of Love. She has been a devotional writer since 2008, creating the blog Mona Hanna Devotions, focusing on expressing God's love, acceptance, and compassion. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of South Australia, with a sub major in professional writing. She has worked in the private and public sectors, and is now committed to communicating the lessons she learns from her personal walk with Christ.

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The Nature of God: 50 Christian Devotions about God's Love and Acceptance 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
MonaHanna More than 1 year ago
This is a short description of The Nature of God, from the back cover: A book that will bring your heart closer to God. The Nature of God contains 50 Christian devotions, focusing on God's true love and acceptance of us. The devotions portray God's kindness, sweetness, grace, mercy and forgiveness. These devotions break down the notion that God judges us, and has strict requirements for how we should think, feel and behave. Mona's stance is that God loves us like a parent loves their child, with the same intimacy and compassion that a loving parent would have. Immerse yourself in heart-warming declarations of God's love, and remind yourself of the true nature of God.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Every devotion is short but meaningful and shines light on gods love. This is a great devotion and very easy to read and understand. I recomend this book and its free so why not try it!
MaryAnn_Koopmann More than 1 year ago
Amazing amazing amazing! And so unbelievably relevant to every day life. Do not miss out on the opportunity to read this book! Its amazing how just a couple pages a day can help give you such deep insight into yourself and life in general. A must read!!
BannieB More than 1 year ago
Delightful
Madley93 More than 1 year ago
Before I was a few pages into this devotional book, it was clear to me that the author herself has a real and heartwarming relationship with her God. Mona Hanna is right up front with her Christian faith, and through the 50 Christian Devotions in this book, shares her faith openly with her readers. Mona shares how she experiences the many characteristics of God, and gives the reader a look into her own perception of God’s personality. This is done through short daily devotions. But rather than 365 devotions, the 50 devotions in the book are each given a title, which the reader can view in order to choose the devotion that aligns with their present need. Alternatively, the reader can open the book, turn to a random page, and read how that particular page can be actively applied to their current life place. This is one of the positive characteristics of this devotional. “The Nature of God” gives us the author’s perspective of God: as being less judgmental and less of a rule enforcer, than may have been implied in the reader’s previous life descriptions of God. Mona Hanna sees God as all loving, all giving, and all protecting of His children; and would like her readers to walk away with the same feelings, or similar feelings to her own, that which is expressed in this book. Mona reinforces this as what she believes is the true nature of God. The author uses everyday language in each devotion, which brings the reader close to the heart of the meaning in that particular day’s words. But, at the same time, Mona’s language is not too simplistic, and therefore can reach a level of shared experience. The writing style allows for “The Nature of God” to be used in many settings, and over repeated time frames. Basically, the book may be used as the reader sees fit. This is a wonderful asset, when people are learning and growing in their faith environment. My word of caution pertains to readers, who may choose this book as an introduction to Christian faith. The reason for this caution is that some of Mona’s comments could be perceived as theologically true, when in fact they are strictly from Mona’s life experience. To be clear, the author does not claim anything other than offering devotional prayer. However, given the writer’s style, thoughts may be construed as theological fact. For that reason, I would recommend this book be used by a strong Christian, who is versed in some elements of theology, as related to their own doctrine of practice. This critique may be remedied by the author’s use of a theological or doctrinal editor. On the whole, Mona Hanna has done what she set out to do: provide the reader with a closer look at God’s love and acceptance of humankind. A job well done!
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