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A Study of God's Hebrew Names By Michael L. Gowens
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What is your name? It is the first question one person asks another upon first meeting. Once names are revealed, the two parties are well on the way to the formation of some form of social... More > relationship. Unlike our modern world, a name in Bible times was not a mere label, but a profile of character. This is especially the case in terms of God's self-disclosure in the unfolding pages of the Old Testament. The progressive revelation of God's name to the Hebrew people is a veritable theology, or study of the attributes of God. In this book, Michael Gowens examines the meaning and significance of the primary names of God - Elohim, Jehovah, & Adonai - together with several of the more salient compound names of each: El-Shaddai, El-Roi, El-Elyon, Jehovah-Jireh, Jehovah-Rophe, and more. Study along with him and experience how the revelation of God's name in the Bible is a firm foundation on which to cultivate a closer fellowship with him.< Less
I Believe the Doctrines of Grace By Michael L. Gowens
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A Biblical defense of salvation by grace alone, with chapters on the doctrines of total depravity, unconditional election, definite atonement, effectual calling, and the preservation of the saints.
Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled By Michael L. Gowens
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Spiritual "heart trouble" is a threat to every believer living in this world, but God has provided help in His word. Explore these various helps for your heart, both in terms of pastoral... More > counsel and comfort, with the author. Besides general comfort from Holy Scripture, pastor Gowens offers specific counsel in individual chapters on Depression, Disappointment, Loneliness, Mistreatment, Grief, Guilt, and Fear.< Less
Rediscovering Reverence By Michael L. Gowens
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A study of the Biblical theme "the fear of the Lord" and a discussion of the relevance of this attitude to New Testament believers.