Good Or God? Why Good Without God Isn't EnoughJohn Bevere
Would you rather be more godlike or merely good? In Good or God? Why Good without God Isn't Enough, from John Bevere, will help you to quit settling for anything less than God's best. Includes devotions and discussion questions. Product Details: Page Count: 288Released: 08/2... Read More
Page Count: 288
- Product type: Book
- Format: Hardcover
- Release Date: Jul 1, 2015
- UPC: 9781933185941
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 288
- Publish Date: Aug 11, 2015
- Language: English
- Audience Age Maximum: 0
- Audience Age Minimum: 0
- BISAC: "REL012120"
- ISBN: 1933185945
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- Definitely buy this book!!! by Elisa F. on 9/9/2015
I have did the "Relentless" by John Bevere study course at my home church & went to a women's conference this year for the Girls With Swords by Lisa Bevere as well as met this awesome woman of God personally. tonight, my home church is teaching the Good Or God Bible Study. Very mind blowing & powerful!! It gives you input about how Satan turns things around to make them appear good to you so that it can draw you away from God. John Bevere also explains the difference between revealed knowledge from God & communicated knowledge from your own knowledge without God as well as the different standards of good. I am definitely going to purchase this book tomorrow at the Family Christian Store.
- Life-Changing Read by battlecryleader on 8/11/2015
John Bevere has always been one of my favorite authors because he's very straightforward and brings life-changing revelation. This book is no exception! John exposes the fact that there are things in life, even in the church and amongst believers, that can seem good but are not of God. One quote from the book that really ministered to me was this: "There is a counterfeit good that can keep you from embracing God's best." John exposes the fact that the devil can try to bring harm and destruction to our lives masked as something good. Even in some cases, there can be a difference between what is good and what is God's best. I think the next quote is a perfect summary for what the book is about: "It doesn't matter how good something looks, how happy it makes you, how much fun it is, how rich and successful you'll become, how deeply spiritual it appears, how sensible it seems, how popular or accepted it is...If something is contrary to the wisdom (or Word) of God, it will ultimately be detrimental and bring sorrow to your life." I highly recommend this book. Please do yourself a favor and read it!