100 Names of God Combines Word Study, Bible Reference, and Devotional
It seems appropriate somehow that Rose Publishing, the company that manufactures over a hundred laminated pamphlets and related charts and videos should also be the publisher of a devotional book which is so equally informative.
100 Names of God Daily Devotional by Christopher D. Hudson is a padded hardcover book with a hundred two-page spreads that at first look like something that could get really technical, but is in fact filled with application that really relates to the common person. It’s best described as Our Daily Bread meets Greek and Hebrew word study.
For each entry there is a keynote scripture, a devotional study that runs most of the two pages, a challenge, a prayer, and some related scriptures for further study. In the back, there is an index of themes which also connect to the word used as the devotional title for that day, its Strong’s Concordance number, another reference to the key scripture, and whether or not it’s a New Testament or Old Testament word.
While this would make a nice gift, a person might find themselves wanting to read it first before giving it away; at which point they might just want to keep it. (Maybe they should buy two!) While there are other Christian books currently on offer which also deal with the names of God — a quick search with Send the Light turned up over 50 — I found this particular approach very accessible.
Read a sample chapter posted at Christianity 201.