DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM
- Pub. Date: October 2010
- Publisher: Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group
- ISBN-13: 9781439160701
- ISBN: 1439160708
From the Publisher
In her book Do You Know Who I Am? Angela Thomas asks God if He knows her—and ultimately does He love her—as she is, right now, today. In each chapter, she names a different identity issue, such as: “I am invisible,” “I am worn out,” “I am undisciplined,” “I am ordinary,” and “I am afraid to dream.” With each honest admission, Angela teaches that God lovingly replies, “Yes, I know your heart. I see your struggle. Now…do you know who I AM?”
Ultimately Angela reveals that the secret to being known and loved lies in an intimate understanding of who God is. Each identity struggle is answered with a short biblical study on the character of God that assures readers that their personal, spiritual, and eternal fulfillment is not dependent on getting themselves together. Rather, God has a purpose for them just as they are—broken, afraid, disappointed, disillusioned.
Through vivid storytelling, biblical teaching, and practical application, readers will find the heartfelt answers they seek.
SOURCE: THIS BOOK WAS RECEIVED FOR THE PURPOSE OF REVIEW FROM THE PUBLISHER!
DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM by Angela Thomas is a good resource religion book. It gives insight into many questions we ask every day. It assures the reader that your personal and spiritual fulfillment is not only dependent on oneself but also on the understanding of God’s purpose for your life. Even if we are afraid, disappointed, disillusioned, disheartened, and broken God still has a purpose for each of us. It has biblical teaching as well as practical ways to help understand how to achieve our goals. It will help you to seek and find answers and tounderstand that God loves you just as you are without hesitation.I you enjoy self help books and resources you will enjoy this one also.This book was received for review and details can be found at Howard Paperback ( A division of Simon and Schuster Adult Publishing).
REVIEWED BY: April Renn