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Recalibrating the Focus to God

September 2, 2020
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We are indeed living in troubled times, and the world has become a frightening and uncertain place. Self-help books abound that purport to have all the answers I need, telling me all about myself, who I am, what I can do and that the sky is the limit if I can just learn to love myself. The Christian aisle isn’t much different, with the occasional admonition to “just believe.”

That’s what sets Loving God: The Answer for a Troubled World apart. It is refreshingly not about me. It is actually a beautifully written book about God Himself. With skill and sensitivity, Rebecca J. Brimmer helps us take our eyes off ourselves and peer with expectation into the very heart of the Lord who loves us. Through her lifelong journey with the Lord, Brimmer leads us on an exploration of His character and His expectations, while her more than 30 years in Israel provide a deep and immovable foundation based on the truths of both the Old and New Testaments. 

Plumbing the depths of the Scriptures, Brimmer explores the questions few ask: what does God really love? How does He reveal Himself? And what should my love for Him look like? It is a book you will read more than once, and certainly one you will want to share. Don’t miss it.

By Cheryl Hauer, Bridges for Peace

From the Author’s Heart

For a number of years, I have been drawn over and over again to the words of Jesus (Yeshua) concerning the greatest commandments. I have written repeatedly on the subject. This year, I felt an urgency from the Lord to compile these writings into a book. At the time, we had no idea that the world would be plunged into a time of crisis and trouble sparked by a worldwide pandemic—but God was not surprised. I truly believe that the truths contained in this book are what our world needs to overcome in the midst of trouble. Even if you have read the original teaching letters, I encourage you to get a copy of the book for your library and a second copy for a friend. Now, more than ever, we need to love God and love our neighbor.

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