God’s Name: Source of Strength

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Cover for 2031 Names of GodGod’s Name: Source of Strength

Excerpted from 2031 Names of God: Transform Your Life as You Get to Know God in New Ways
He will be a spirit of justice to him who sits in judgment,
a source of strength to those who turn back the battle at the gate.
Isaiah 28:6

  • Meditate on this name and this verse today. What is God saying to you through it?
  • We are in a battle against the enemy (Ephesians 6:10-18). God is our source of strength when we are in the middle of the battle. He is the first one we should turn to when we need help.
  • In what ways do you need the Lord to be your source of strength today? When you need strength, ask Him. He is faithful.

Blessings on you as you get to know God,
Gaylyn Williams, author of The Surprising Joy of Exploring God’s Heart: A Daily Adventure with 365 of His Names and Never Do Fundraising Again: A Paradigm Shift from Donors to Lifelong Partners

Here is what Brig General David B. Warner, USAF (Ret.), Executive Director, Officers’ Christian Fellowship said about 2031 Names of God:
“We serve an amazing God! Understanding and appreciating the character of the Lord is the beginning of knowing who we are in Him. In Gaylyn William¹s ³2031 Names of God,” she explores and uncovers who God is by examining the 2031 names given to the Lord. As a military retiree who spent 30 years serving my Nation and my Lord, how refreshing it will be to those who serve to discover in a more intimate way the Lord they serve through this journey Gaylyn will take you on.”

Here’s what Laura Mae Gardner, D.Min., International Training Consultant for Wycliffe Bible Translators said about Never Do Fundraising Again:
“I was amazed by this book, because it is so practical—it works, and it is the right way to do these things. Dick and I have believed and practiced these principles of partner relationships throughout our missionary career. We learned them from you, Ken! Thank you for laying them out so clearly in this book.”

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