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> Praying The Names Of God, By Ann Spangler - A Must Read!
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Posted: 05-Jun-2005, 07:47 PM
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I just started a new book a friend gave me called Praying the Names of God, by Ann Spangler. EXCELLENT book for anyone interested in getting a deeper insight into the nature of God!

As most people know, God is called by many different names and titles in the Bible, from Adonai to Elohim to El-Shaddai. This book (actually a devotional which devotes 5 days each to 26 of the different names and titles of God) goes into detail with each, tells what it means and describes that particular aspect of our God. I have found it very enlightening!

The author says in the forward that she hopes to do a sequel entitled Praying the Names of Jesus. I WILL have a copy of it when it comes out! smile.gif


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