Released in the UK July 2023
Released in the US July 2023
Large trade paperback | 176 Pages
9781527110014 • £11.99 $15.99
BISAC – REL012120
No one has ever seen God. In fact, the Bible says it’s impossible. And yet, to live the Christian life, you must see God. If we can see God, the very sight of Him will fuel and motivate all the other aspects of our lives. When we behold God’s glory it changes everything about us. John Davis invites us to join him in fixing our eyes on the One who is invisible.
John Davis began full–time ministry in 2011 and currently serves as the Senior Minister at Columbia Christian Church in Columbia, Kentucky, where he lives with his wife, Jennifer, and two kids, Owen and Jordyn. He has a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from the University of Kentucky and a master’s in Theology from Cincinnati Bible Seminary. John is also the author of ‘God–Centered Christianity: the Bible’s Antidote for Self–Centered Religion’, published by the Christian Restoration Association.
… captures the biblical tension of the call to spend our lives as Christians seeking what we cannot see as the path to truly know the Triune God.
Pastor, Auburndale Baptist Church, Louisville, Kentucky and Founder, Practical Shepherding
I sincerely appreciate what John has done on this seldom–addressed subject. He found many relevant angles to develop and unfolded them in ways that are very relevant to Christian thinking and living. I was quite moved many times as I was reading it.
(1938–2022) Author, pastor, theologian
My affections were stirred while reading Seeing the Unseen God, and I heartily commend it. Not only is it thoroughly biblical, but it is also pastorally sensitive. Read this book and let Pastor Davis shepherd you into the presence of Christ, in whose face you will see the glory of the unseen God.
Samuel G. Parkison
Assistant Professor of Theological Studies, Gulf Theological Seminary, United Arab Emirates; author, ‘Irresistible Beauty: Beholding the Triune Glory in the Face of Jesus Christ’
John Davis’ provocative book goes beyond most authors who have dared to write about “seeing” God. His thoughts are fresh, readable and insightful. They are certain to challenge you to open the eyes of your heart that you might see God in ways you may never have considered.
Retired Senior Minister, Southeast Christian Church, Middletown, Kentucky