Living Amazed: How Divine Encounters Can Change Your Life
:Throughout his life blessed by God, James Robison has had countless opportunities to witness clearly the power of God and his amazing grace. He has shared inspiration and insight with church leaders, ministers, presidents, entertainers, and celebrities. Millions have been...
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:Throughout his life blessed by God, James Robison has had countless opportunities to witness clearly the power of God and his amazing grace. He has shared inspiration and insight with church leaders, ministers, presidents, entertainers, and celebrities. Millions have been inspired through his television outreach, and countless others have found relief through his ministry's humanitarian efforts.
In this inspiring book, Robison desires to show readers that they too can witness God at work in transforming, powerful ways. His remarkable stories and biblical insights will inspire and empower readers to:
- recognize the spiritual significance of ordinary events and how God orchestrates encounters to change our lives and others'
- see God at work in and through us to make a difference in the world
- learn to live in constant holy amazement of God's great love
God is continually working in this world, and he is using us to accomplish kingdom purposes for his glory and the benefit of all those he loves. From the improbable to the extraordinary, these "divine encounters" will inspire awe even as they leave readers looking for God's amazing work through their own lives and relationships.
James Robinson is founder, Fort Worth, Texas-based LIFE Outreach Internat ional, an evangelistic and humanitarian organization that seeks to bring people to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and engages in crisis relief throughout the world. His Life Today television program is carried by three Christian networks and more than one hundred stations, with a daily potential audience of 55 million homes throughout the United States and Canada.James and his wife Betty have three children: Rhonda, Randy, and Robin.