God isn’t angry with His children—He longs to give them peace and joy. That’s the message of Hannah Whitall Smith’s important and powerful book The God of All Comfort. Abridged and updated for today’s reader, this late nineteenth-century study holds a well-deserved spot among the Christian classics, reminding believers of God’s many promises of comfort, help, and love. Addressing His powerful names, His role as shepherd and dwelling place, and His complete sufficiency for human needs, The God of All Comfort shows that anxiety, fear, and insecurity are unnecessary feelings for Christians. This edition contains approximately 45 percent of the text of the original book.
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Every person needs this assurance!
What a remarkable book for the weary soul! Every person would benefit from reading this and letting it soak in. In a world filled with so many people writing such shallow books with no real substance, this book brings spiritual depth. It seems like it could have been written for us this year, it is that relevant. A must read!!!
Removes the pride that hinders God's rest.