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Fear Not Tomorrow, God Is Already There: Trusting Him in Uncertain Times
     

Fear Not Tomorrow, God Is Already There: Trusting Him in Uncertain Times

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by Ruth Graham
 

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The bestselling author of In Every Pew Sits a Broken Heart—and Billy Graham’s daughter—returns with a rousing look at how to spiritually tackle the fears we all face during times of change, uncertainty, and crisis.'

Ruth Graham empathizes with readers who feel inadequate, outnumbered, overpowered, overwhelmed, or

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The bestselling author of In Every Pew Sits a Broken Heart—and Billy Graham’s daughter—returns with a rousing look at how to spiritually tackle the fears we all face during times of change, uncertainty, and crisis.'

Ruth Graham empathizes with readers who feel inadequate, outnumbered, overpowered, overwhelmed, or even beyond hope. As she honestly admits, she’s experienced all these emotions. But in the midst of the rough patches in her life, she experienced the depth of God’s mercy. In Fear Not Tomorrow, God Is Already There, Graham shows the tremendous assurance of discovering that God can truly be trusted as our ultimate caretaker. He does have a plan for all His children, and He provides us with the tools we need to flourish when our world turns upside down.

Ruth Graham’s strength as a speaker and writer is found in her vulnerable transparency. Writing not from an ivory tower of theological discourse, but from the battlefields of her own personal struggles, Ruth sheds light on her own life experiences, growing up as a Graham, faltering in difficult challenges, yet always landing in the open arms of a welcoming heavenly father. Drawing on the troubled lives of relatable Bible figures, Fear Not Tomorrow, God Is Already There awakens readers to have the courage to face uncertainties with true confidence in God. This is an essential volume for everyone.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781439160602
Publisher:
Howard Books
Publication date:
09/29/2009
Sold by:
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
Sales rank:
627,967
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author


Ruth Graham
is the daughter of the revered American pastor Billy Graham. She has appeared on a variety of radio and television shows, including Good Morning America and Focus on the Family, and is the author of the bestselling book In Every Pew Sits a Broken Heart. Graham lives in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia with her family.
Ruth Graham, founder and president of Ruth Graham and Friends, ministers God's grace and comfort to those who are hurting and works to equip those who desire to help the broken. Author of multiple books including the bestseller In Every Pew Sits a Broken Heart and the 2008 Gold Medallion Award winner, Step into the Bible, she travels widely as a conference speaker and has appeared on a variety of radio and television shows, including Good Morning America, The Hour of Power, Focus on the Family, and Moody Broadcasting. A cum laude graduate of Mary Baldwin College, Ruth worked in publishing for thirteen years. Daughter or the beloved evangelist Dr. Billy Graham, Ruth has three grown children and six grandchildren. She lives in Virginia.

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Fear Not Tomorrow, God Is Already There: Trusting Him in Uncertain Times 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
TBCN More than 1 year ago
I met Ruth Graham a few years back and could sense her presence as I read this book. She is honest and frank as she talks about stories from her life where God became real. Ruth also tells of her struggle with fear and other issues. Some of the chapters in this book are titled Trust at My Doorstep, Discover His Trustworthiness, Experience His Presence, Know His Comfort. In each chapter Ruth gives a story from her own life and one from the bible that helps describe yet another aspect of God which helped her grow in His love for her and the plan He has for her life. I liked how Ruth described fear. "Fear takes the air out of life. When we live with fear, we lose our capacity for fun and spontaneity. We struggle to love others whole heartedly..Sometimes we experience fear as torment. Torment is not God's will for us. God is committed to our peace." Ruth also says, "When I am willing to be myself, when I am willing to let God work through my insufficiency, incredible things can happen. Through my weaknesses God can work and show His greatness. Paul caught this truth. I liked how Ruth helped us apply scripture to our lives. In the back of this book God's attributes in ABC order. This can be used as a tool in prayer. It's also a starting point for praising God. I was really encouraged by the message and hope in Ruth's story. It's easy to understand and refreshing. I've received a copy of this book to review and these are my words about how Ruth's book inspired me. Nora St.Laurent Finding Hope Through Fiction www.psalm516.blogspot.com
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"fear not tommorow God is already there" is a very inspirational bestseller it has 7 guides that are a big help to look into the fears and unknowns that come across ones life and challenge your faith and bring up alot of hurts in your life. the special thing that I like about this book is not only does it have alot of scripture in it but it also has many characters of the Bible who have faced many trials and the arthur ruth graham shows you how they delt with their fears and trials and billy grahams daughter also shows you how God brought courage into her own life. this is a remarkable read and would make a wonderful gift for a friend or family member or Biblestudy.
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In "Fear Not Tomorrow, God Is Already There", Ruth Graham challenges us to take our focus off our current situation and focus on Jesus. As she says, "He [Jesus] challenges Martha to shift her focus, to take her mind off her loss and to consider who He is - to affirm who He is." She continues, "That is the ultimate comfort. Jesus, the resurrection and the life, is with us in our suffering." In a very personal way, this book encourages you, the reader, to place yourself in Biblical texts and see how God has been faithful in the past, and to realize He will continue to be faithful in the future. We are encouraged to remember, "Comfort doesn't mean the absence of grief. Grief is something we have to work through; it is a normal, healthy expression." So often in our culture we become accustomed to saying everything is "fine". This book acknowledges our pain and fears are real, but rather than wallow in our concerns, we are encouraged, and given specific tools, to place them with Jesus. Often we are given the simplistic "give it all to Jesus" without knowing exactly how to do that. However, Ruth Graham shares specific tools which have helped her in the past and will bless you as well.
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