How do you relate to God? Moses said to Israel, "You shall fear the Lord your God; you shall serve Him and cling to Him..." (Deut. 10:20). In other words, knowing God is a perfect paradox: He is both too great to approach and too great not to. When we study the God of the Bible, we should be both overwhelmed by His incomparable majesty and irresistibly drawn to His love.
In this warm and easy-to-read study of the attributes of God, Joel James captures and encourages that worshipful blend of awestruck fear and irrepressible love. Because it is built around key Old Testament "Sunday school" stories of God's working with people such as Moses, Jonah, Ahab, and Manasseh, this book avoids the pitfalls of philosophical abstraction. It won't simply teach you who God is, it will also help you to love Him.