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Enjoying God:  Experience the Power and Love of God in Everyday Life PB

Enjoying God: Experience the Power and Love of God in Everyday Life PB

By: Tim Chester

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Publisher Good Book Company
Year 2018
ISBN 9781784982812

We believe in God, we serve God, we love God but do we ENJOY God as much as we can? Does our head knowledge translate into affection of the heart? Do we have a meaningful relationship with someone we can't see? Do we feel excited about God everyday, in every context? Tim Chester shows us how to relate to each of the three persons of the Trinity, and what this look like in practice. Readers will discover that as we engage more with God, and understand how awesome he is, we can enjoy him more. This isn't a book about the Trinity. It's a "how to" book exploring how we relate to God (for which we need a true understanding of the Trinity). In day-to-day life, how do the three persons of the Trinity relate to us, and how do we respond?

 

From the authors of Scripture onwards, the Lord's people have always known that the purpose of life is "to glorify God, and to enjoy him for ever". But each generation, in fact every Christian, needs to discover this anew. And the way is not an easy one. But it is the only path worth taking. In "Enjoying God", Tim Chester shares his own experiences in walking along this gospel road and issues a warm invitation to join him. Accept it, and, with Tim Chester as your guide, you will never regret it.

Sinclair B Ferguson

Chancellor's Professor of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary

 

Rich in the gospel and superb in practical application, this touching book is straight up fuel for joy. Here is wisdom that should brighten your every day with sheer enjoyment of God.

Michael Reeves

President and Professor of Theology, Union School of Theology

 

Winsome in its unpacking of theology and compelling in the sweep of its applications, "Enjoying God" is neither an essay on the Trinity nor a "how to" manual, but something close to both. It is among the best of the rising number of books that instruct Christians on how to cross the bridge from enjoying God on the Lord's Day to enjoying God every day. Tim Chester is in no danger of making God little more than a useful utility to increase our pleasure; he is far too God-centred and gospel-centred for that. But if we desire to experience for ourselves a little more (one of Tim's favourite words) of the truth that in God's presence there are pleasures forever more, we shall be hard-pressed to find a better guide.

D.A. Carson

Research Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and President of The Gospel Coalition


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