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Not God Enough

Not God Enough Why Your Small God Leads to Big Problems

By J. D. Greer
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.5 Stars

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On 5/23 Clifton Ditmore wrote: David Jeremiah said, "Because J. D. Greear believes great things about God, he has attempted great things for God." I believe this. Greear preaches for a church that has been ranked as one of the fastest-growing churches in the United States. He is the author of many books and this is one of his best. ... NOT GOD ENOUGH

Clifton's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/23 Thrifty Christy wrote: I heard J. D. Greear speak at a conference last year, and was really impressed with the message he shared. Greear is a great communicator, both in person, and in his new book. This was an enjoyable read, and was really motivating. This book covers how we can have a vibrant faith in God. The first section ... Great book from a great speaker

Thrifty Christy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/20 PaperBlossoms wrote: I was interested to see what the author's emphasis would be and overall was pleasantly surprised. For the majority of the book I agreed and appreciated his points of showing connection and continuity of the God of the Old Testament and the God of the New Testament. I do think most tend to separate out ... Not God Enough

PaperBlossoms' Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/3 steven.dresen wrote: J.D. Greear in this book addresses a problem all to common among professing Christians, a small view of God. In this book Greear directly challenges the small view of God held by many with the biblical view of God in all his majesty. In two parts comprised of seventeen short chapters Greear explores ... Not God Enough: A review

steven.dresen's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/16 Gary W wrote: NOT GOD ENOUGHWhy Your Small God Leads To Big ProblemsBy J. D. GreearDo you have a small or a big God? J. D. Greear give information in his book NOT GOD ENOUGH to help you figure out which size God you have. He will show you that a big God is what you need and how that size God is can handle any problems ... Not God Enough

Gary W's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/5 jordan_wootten wrote: Prior to picking this book up, I had previously read another book written by Greear entitled Gaining by Losing, which has done a lot to shape the way I think about ministry in the local church, so I was pretty excited to pick up this most recent book of his, Not God Enough: Why Your Small God Leads to ... Book Review: Not God Enough

jordan_wootten's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/4 Serving Joyfully wrote: This is a great book. So often, our view of God is skewed by our own ideas, and in this book, J.D. Grear discusses the dangers of this. He discusses the dangers of seeing God as a "slightly better version of ourselves." God is bigger, better, mightier, and holier than we can imagine and we must study ... Book Review: Not God Enough

Serving Joyfully's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/26 Chris Land wrote: Most Christians in the U.S. have an image that God is a great big grandpa that lives in the sky. Grandfathers are normally pictured as a nice old man who his grandkids come to who will not discipline them if they misbehave. Many American Christians think God is this way too. He is safe, He is gentle, ... Book Review: Not God Enough by J.D. Greear

Chris 's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/16 Mark Wheeler wrote: To paraphrase A. W. Tozer, the most important thing about you is what you believe about God, because what you believe about God determines what you believe about everything else. That statement summarizes both the title and the theme of J. D. Greear’s book, Not God Enough: Why Your Small God Leads ... Is your God big enough to …?

Mark's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/13 LarryKozlof wrote: There's a question we ask in ministry that many people struggle with, though admittedly, jump to a ready answer.  Are you serving the right image of God? JD Greer has written a wonderfully challenging book covering the idea that the God many serve is "not God enough."  The subtitle 'why your small ... Book Review: Not God Enough

LarryKozlof's Rating:

5 Stars