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Meditations on God's Delight in being God
God is the happiest being in the universe. To know him in his pleasures is to see him as he truly is. This is the proposition put forward by John Piper. The things that make God glad are the measures of his greatness. John here... read more
The Pleasures of God
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God is happiest being in the universe. To know him in his pleasures is to see him as he truly is. This the proposition put forward by John Piper.
The things that make God glad are the measures of his greatness. John here studies 10 ways which God reveals gives him pleasure.
Named one of the 20th Century's top 100 books by World Magazine!
John Piper served as pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota for 33 years. He is the founder of desiringGod.org, a chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary, and he has written more than 50 books including Desiring God and Don't Waste Your Life. John and his wife Noel have four sons and one daughter.
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J. I. Packer, Well known Author & Board of Governors' Professor of Theology, Regent College, Vancouver, Canada
"Again John Piper has provided a rich feast for the serious believer."
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"It is theology of the best and deepest sort."
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"Piper writes with passion and clarity. Not since 'Knowing God' has a book moved so deeply."
"This rich and profound book is for anyone who has grown weary of shallow, cotton candy ideas of God."
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"I have never felt more compelling responsibility that I felt from reading these chapters. The book is a gold mine. Don't just glance at it. Read, reflect and be enriched."
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