Peter Money

God in the Storm : When God Doesn't Break His Own Silence

God in the Storm : When God Doesn't Break His Own Silence by Peter Money
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nonfiction Education, Religion
For readers of:Max Lucado, Donald Miller, Stephen Lawhead, Henri Nouwen
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About the Book

As the book title suggests, what do we do within our storms when God doesn’t break His own silence? How do we respond? How does God respond to us? What lessons can we learn by going through our storms instead of desiring to retreat from them? Follow along with me, will you, as we discover again, or maybe for the first time, a seemingly silent God in the midst of our storms by looking that the text we find in Matthew's Gospel - Matthew 14:13-33.

About the Author

Since beginning my writing journey with a devotional on Psalms 23 (found on NoiseTrade), my heart was stirred with one question: What if we could reflect as honestly as the psalmists do? What if we dare to be as honest with our emotions as the psalmists are? How would that change our relationship with our Creator? In all of my writings, I dare to ask the questions that few do. 

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