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The Good God

Enjoying Father, Son and Spirit

Michael Reeves



The Good God

Enjoying Father, Son and Spirit

Michael Reeves



In a very accessible way Michael Reeves writes about God as Trinity in order for both our understanding and faith to grow.

In The Good God, Michael Reeves writes about growing in our enjoyment of God and seeing how God’s triune being makes all his ways beautiful. He sees it as a chance to taste and see that the Lord is good, to have our hearts won and ourselves refreshed.

“The Good God” by Michael Reeves. Absolute cracker. I think we’re going to be reading this soon at Emmanuel." - Steve Jeffery (@PastorSteveJeff, October 2015)


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    The Good God

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    Michael Reeves

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    Authentic Media

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5.0 based on 3 reviews

The Good God

The Good God is a wonderful read. Reading it feels like you’re eating candy floss – sweet, fun, easy. But in fact you’re getting a nourishing, nutritious meal of real substance. This book will enlarge your view of God and increase love for God. You’ll be blown away by the lavish love between the Father, Son and the Spirit that overflows to the world. If you want to enjoy God more then read this book.

Tim Chester

The Good God

What a great book! When I tell people I'm reading a book on the doctrine of the Trinity they give me a funny look as if to say 'rather you than me'. But honestly this is a fabulous book about the sheer goodness of God and his abundant, joyful love - love that starts between Father, Son and Spirit and overflows to us and all creation. It is a delightful book, that not only clarifies your thinking about the nature of the God we worship and how he is utterly different to all other gods, but also stirs the heart to worship. A must read.

Steve Haines

The Good God

In The Good God, Mike Reeves has brilliantly crafted a hugely accessible book that tackles 'The Trinity' in a way that engages your heart, sharpens your theology without blowing your brains or dulling your appetite. Having read five other rather lengthener books for my recent preaching series on The Trinity, I found myself again and again returning to Mike's little gem. People at Godfirst Cheltenham tell me it has made them fall deeper in love with The God who is Father, Son and Spirit. Buy It

Howard Kellett

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