Encountering the Goodness of God – 90 Daily Devotions By Bill Johnson – A Book Review

 

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

Daily Reflections on the Goodness of God

In a culture of world turmoil, fast-paced living, family, and social pressures Pastor Bill Johnson, of the Bethel Church in Redding California, challenges the reader to begin a 90-day devotional adventure by following the principles introduced in his book  “Encountering the Goodness of God.”

Each day’s reading includes a significant Scripture, powerful insight into experiencing God’s goodness, and an invitation to claim the rest, peace and encouragement available in Christ, whatever your circumstances.

Unique features of “Encountering the Goodness of God” include;

90 Selected relevant Scriptures centered around the theme of God’s Goodness

  • Guidelines for experiencing a sense of personal encounter with the God of Creation, and the challenge of being directed to fulfill a specific purpose to live out for him daily
  • Prayer Prompts with blank ruled lines for the reader to complete a personalized prayer response
  • Pastor Johnson captures the essence of biblical truth with insight and clarity while creating an intimate conversational atmosphere for communicating an important application, principle, or promised blessing.

“Encountering the Goodness of God” is designed for those seeking to see things from God’s perspective, to live as Jesus lived, to be “at home” in His presence, and to encounter more of his boundless goodness.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions express are my own.

Destiny Publishers, Inc., P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978-0768414868, $15.99, 2017, 192 pages

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