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God in Everyday Life Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 978-0977226252
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Page Count: 190
  • Publisher: Kress Christian Publications

God in Everyday Life: the Book of Ruth, for Expositors and Biblical Counselors (Brad Brandt & Eric Kress)

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“Unique! That’s what it is. A book on counseling from Ruth. Moreover, it’s really two books in one, by two authors. Those who look for several commentaries rather than one can begin here with two. There are many helpful ideas in this double-barreled volume. You’ll want to get it to find out how to counsel from Ruth – won’t you?” — Jay Adams, Founder of NANC, Institute for Nouthetic Studies, author of Competent to Counsel and pastor

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God in Everyday Life

The Book of Ruth for Expositors and Biblical Counselors

“The book of Ruth follows upon the dark chapters of Judges like the rising sun. And the Moabitess’ radiant example shines ever bright today. How grateful I am that Rick Kress’s searching expositions have been coupled with the trenchant analysis and wisdom of Brad Brandt. God in Everyday Life will grace the church both in the pulpit and personal use.” — R. Kent Hughes, Senior Pastor Emeritus, College Church in Wheaton, Illinois

“Unique! That’s what it is. A book on counseling from Ruth. Moreover, it’s really two books in one, by two authors. Those who look for several commentaries rather than one can begin here with two. There are many helpful ideas in this double-barreled volume. You’ll want to get it to find out how to counsel from Ruth – won’t you?” — Jay Adams, Founder of NANC, Institute for Nouthetic Studies, author and pastor

A portion from the Introduction:

“Commentaries are like seminarians. Some provide a tedious examination of the biblical text but apparently assume that the bridge to the world of the present either is not necessary or will just take care of itself. Others offer quite down to earth biblical ‘application’ but leave the pastor scratching his head wondering just how biblical the application really is. Why does it have to be either/or? Is it not possible to write a commentary that takes seriously the biblical world and the contemporary world? Is that not why our gracious, revealing God gave the world His Word in the first place, so we could both understand it and live it? I believe it is. This is why the book you are holding came to be.”

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