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Author: Jr. J. Davis Illingworth
ISBN: 088469271X
Pages 154 pages
Publisher BMH Books (October 29, 2010)
Language English
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by Jr. J. Davis Illingworth


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God of Hope-Four Men Enter Our World With The Plan Genesis Through Revelation. Through the first-person testimonies of the disciple Thomas, the prophet Moses, the apostle Paul, and the disciple John, God of Hope brings to life the energy, passion, and brilliance of God's mysterious plan for the universe and humanity as it unfolds in history.

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He was a United Methodist pastor for 38 years and also served five years in evangelism with the World Methodist Council.

Watch former Toyota executive J. Davis Illingworth describe why he started the God of Hope project. God of Hope, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated. is a non-profit organization dedicated to spreading God's story for the Universe and Humanity through the stories of four men (the apostle Paul, the disciple Thomas, the prophet Moses, and the disciple John), who describe how God changed their lives.

Consider the books of Genesis and Revelation For example, consider the creation of the sun and moon on day four o. .

Consider the books of Genesis and Revelation. They are the ‘bookends’ of the Word of God. 1. The Book of Revelation is the sequel to the Book of Genesis, the two books together bounding all history and bounding all of God’s revelations to mankind. They constitute the alpha and omega of God’s written Word, the Book of Beginnings and the Book of Unveilings. Given the extensive list of correlations which follow, it is hard to imagine how some in history could have questioned the role of the book of Revelation within the canon. For example, consider the creation of the sun and moon on day four of creation week (Gen. Gen.

In Genesis 1, God addresses His council

In Genesis 1, God addresses His council. This is why God says let us. This ought not to be opposed to the Trinitarian reading, because the plurality of God is the very foundation for God’s communion with created persons. Created persons are incorporated into the intercommunion of the divine persons. We see another plural passage in Isaiah 6, where it is clearly God addressing His council. Prophets are prophets because they are full of the Spirit of God. And since they are filled with the Spirit, they have contact with all those God has contact with-namely, the heavenly council. God animates them and speaks through them.

Author J. Davis Illingworth seeks to reach the world for Christ through his nonprofit "God of Hope" project, beginning today .

The God of Hope book and study guide are only the first of a series of products which will include an e-book, audio book, music CD, and a full video DVD version featuring top-flight professional actors and. Page 1/3 P. om Press Release Distribution Terms of Use singers.

The book of Genesis reveals the foundations of what God is doing. When God created man, He made a clear distinction between humans and animals. about the plan of God and humanity’s role in it, read God’s Plan. It reveals the beginning of His creation and introduces His plan. What can we learn from it? God has a plan. The primary distinction is that He created human beings after His image and likeness (Genesis 1:26-27). Though the specifics of God’s plan are revealed throughout the Bible, many details about it are introduced in the opening chapters of the book of Genesis. The Sabbath reminder.

Through the first-person testimonies of the disciple Thomas, the prophet Moses, the apostle Paul, and the disciple John, God of Hope brings to life the energy, passion, and brilliance of God's mysterious plan for the universe and humanity as it unfolds in history.
Globus
Powerful book!
Milleynti
I had the privilege to receive a copy of the book from a friend and I read it in one sitting. This was the first time that I finished a book that fast. I could not put it down. I liked the stories from J. Davis' life and how God was involved in each part of his life . I want to get copies for my entire family!!! This book is great for believers that want to see the hope that God has for them and for people who are searching for meaning in their lives but cannot seem to find out where the hope can come from!!!
Helo
A compelling tale of one man's faith and how it has guided his life. The chapters on the disciples are written with an interesting style. The author does a good job of addressing believers and non-believers alike and uses scripture to inspire the natural good that all humans have. The book has interesting stories and is a fast read at under two hours, but it leaves the reader with guidance that could last a lifetime.
Wenaiand
The book starts by giving the personal history and point of view of its author, and continues with an exciting series of chapters purporting to speak for the Disciple Thomas, Moses, St. Paul, and St. John. I was excited as I read Thomas, more so as I read Moses (though I'm going to have to re-read some of the back story), intrigued by Paul (and I will follow up references in footnotes, many of them to N.T. Wright), and then I read John and ran into a brick wall on "God's view of history". There's a paragraph of "editorial page facts" (facts culled to sound significant without a broader context in which to place them or a history to evaluate them against) which end up making John sound stupid. Reasoning like capitalism is based on greed, species are becoming extinct faster, fisheries are exhausted -- these distract from the story, they don't add to it. The rest of the book has inspiring stories, with the kind of advice you should be able to get from a good sermon: pray often, support others, don't give up, &c., and an indictment of the rash judgements by the scholar in the "Da Vinci Code" (Perhaps the author should read this chapter more carefully, and apply it to his writing).
POFOD
At its core, God of Hope is a book of stories - the author's personal story, God's story, and your story. They do not stand isolated from one another. Rather they come together to convey a very fundamental truth: The truth that there is a God, He has a plan, and we are called to be part of it. The book challenges the reader to examine his or her own convictions, to learn more, and to listen greatly. Most especially, the book gives humble witness to a believer's faith; and, it gives voice to the sincerity of a believer's heart. In so doing, it challenges you to bolster your own personal search for truth. I know it has for me.

I highly recommend this book and encourage you to order a copy today!
Adrielmeena
What a pleasure it was to read God of Hope by J. Davis Illingworth, Jr. The author shares with us his life growing up as a preacher's kid and how his father used to give sermons from the perspective of characters from the bible. Illingworth must have been paying attention because he has done a fantastic job in creating this wonderful series of stories about God's plan for us as told through the eyes of Moses, Thomas, Paul, and John.

It reminded me of the lyrics to the song, "Mary, did you know?" where the singer asks whether Mary knew that her son would one day walk on water and save our sons and daughters. Illingworth has provided the perspective of these four biblical men to bring Jesus to life to us a real person.

Not only was this book well-written, but you can see the author pouring out his heart about Jesus because he wants all the world to know about the hope He has for all of us.
Xarcondre
If you dont believe in God and want to stay that way...then dont read this book!!
Otherwise, I highly recommend this book!
The author takes the lives of four characters from the Bible; Moses, Thomas, Paul and John and tells their story in such a way, you get the feeling these men are talking to you while seated with you in your living room.
After reading this book, I realized that these "great men" of the Bible were far from perfect and "messed up" just like the rest of us. Yet God used them to do great things. As "messed up" as we all are today, God can use us, to do great things as well.
Read this book!!!
God of Hope by J.Davis Illingsworth is one of those books that you will not want to put down when you start reading it. You will be blessed as you consider the impact of Christ on the lives of Thomas, Moses, Paul and John. You will be blessed as you witness the working of grace in the life of Brother Illingsworth. You will be challenged to consider the claims of Christ on your own life and you will recognize anew that indeed God is the God of hope. It is with pleasure that I recommend to you this book.