- Discover How God’s Names Show You His Character
- Explore the true meaning of names like El Shaddai, Adonai and Jehovah-Jireh
- Uncover the names of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation
In this exhaustive study--a unique classification of all the Scripture designations of the three persons of the Trinity--you’ll become acutely aware that the riches of God’s self-revelation are inexhaustible. Each name reveals some new facet of the infinite being of God and demonstrates the progressive manner in which he reveals himself.
As you gain a better appreciation of God’s character and works through Herbert Lockyer’s discussions of the different names of God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, you’ll find your soul responding to the truths they reveal. You’ll be inspired to greater praise and trust, you’ll obtain comfort and courage, and you’ll find a new desire and boldness to witness to the good news of salvation through Christ.
Herbert W. Lockyer’s “All” books give you life-enriching insights into the Bible. From characters you can learn from, to teachings you can apply, to promises you can stand on and prophecies you can count on, Lockyer’s time-honored works help you wrap your mind around the Bible and get it into your heart.
Lockyer’s books include All the Apostles of the Bible, All the Divine Names and Titles in the Bible, All the Doctrines of the Bible, All the Men of the Bible, All the Women of the Bible, All the Messianic Prophecies of the Bible, All the Miracles of the Bible, All the Parables of the Bible, All the Prayers of the Bible, and All the Promises of the Bible.
About the Author
Dr. Herbert Lockyer was born in London in 1886, and held pastorates in Scotland and England for 25 years before coming to the United States in 1935. In 1937 he received the honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Northwestern Evangelical Seminary. In 1955 he returned to England where he lived for many years. He then returned to the United States where he continued to devote time to the writing ministry until his death in November of 1984.