Q: Which of these means “God My Provider?”
A. El Qadosh
D. El Shaddai
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NEW! 100 Names of God Devotional
Pre-Order the NEW 100 Names of God Devotional by Christopher D. Hudson. Enjoy daily devotions and prayers on 100 Names of God!
Experience the peace, joy, and hope that come from deepening your understanding of who God is with Rose’s NEW 100 Names of God devotional! From Adonai to Jehovah-Jireh, each of these daily devotions ushers you into the very presence of God by having you reflect on who God is. In God’s names, you will find new reasons to worship Him, trust Him, and praise Him even more! Each devotion is short enough to read in just 5-minutes and deep enough to enrich your quiet times with the Lord as you discover the promise and hope of each name:
- Adonai — means “The Lord” or “My Great Lord”
- El Shaddai— “The All-Sufficient One”
- Jehovah-Rapha — “The Lord Who Heals”
- Jehovah-Nissi — “The Lord My Banner”
“100 Names of God Daily Devotional is accessible and approachable while also being relevant and readable. It meets the needs of growing believers who have the desire for a deeper dive in their daily devotions.” —Freddy Cardoza, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Christian Education, Talbot School of Theology, Executive Director, Society of Professors in Christian Education
If you loved Rose’s Name of God pamphlet, then you can’t miss this devotional! It covers five times as many names as the Names of God pamphlet (that’s 80 more names!) And unlike most devotions, it includes study resources, such as an index, cross references to Strong’s Concordance, and even a personal and small group study guide!
About Author Christopher D. Hudson
Christopher D. Hudson has contributed to over fifty Bible projects, sixty study guides and over a hundred books. He has also served as managing editor for best-selling Bibles such as: The Love Languages Devotional Bible with Gary Chapman (Moody); Inspirational Bible with Max Lucado (Thomas Nelson); and the Case for Christ Study Bible with Lee Strobel (Zondervan). He is a graduate from Wheaton College (Wheaton, IL) and is an active teacher in his church for over twenty years. He is from Chicago, IL, where he resides with his wife and three children.
God has many names in the Bible and each name shows a different aspect of God. For example, “Adonai” means “The Lord” or “My Great Lord”; “El Roi” means “The God Who Sees Me”; and “YHWH” means “”I AM,” The One Who Is” or “The Self-Existent One”. The Names of God eChart from Rose Publishing contains 10 different Names of God, the meaning and application for each name, as well as Bible references where the name can be found. The Names of God eChart is a great study tool to help you better understand the God of the Bible. Download NOW.