Right away as I began reading these devotionals it struck me that they are much like Spurgeon’s, and that for one simple reason: Iain (like Spurgeon) has a mind and heart saturated with the whole content of Scripture.’ — G.I. WILLIAMSON
How much can we know about God?
By definition, the finite mind cannot comprehend the infinite. As soon as we begin to think we have understood something of the love and grace of God we soon learn from Scripture that his love and grace are even greater.
The meditations inGod is Always Better Than We Can Imagineare intended to help us come to Scripture with the mindset that, no matter how much we have learned in our private studies, or heard in sermons and lectures, God is always immeasurably greater than our imagination has allowed.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword by Rev. G. I. Williamson
O, Magnify the Lord with Me!
The Ark as a Type of Christ
My Word is My Bond
Oh that Ishmael Might Live before You!
God Will Provide for Himself the Lamb
Jacob Prays for Bread but Returns with Flocks and Herds
You Meant It for Evil but God Meant It for Good
A Mother’s Prayer
The Gospel in the Law: the Eighth Commandment
When God Could Bear It No Longer
Hannah Asked for a Son
The House of David Blessed Forever
Is It Too Late to Turn Back?
What Does an Omniscient God Not Remember?
When the Disaster Is the Blessing
Remuneration Instead of Recrimination
The Blessing in What Jesus Did NotSay
Hired Hand or Son?
The Thief Asked To Be Remembered and Was Promised Paradise
It Was Better for You that I Was Not There
The Spirit of Adoption
All Things Work Together for Good to Them that Love God
Christmas All Over Again: the Gift of the Holy Spirit
The Prayer of Stephen and the Conversion of Saul of Tarsus
Creation Groaning: Something Better than Heaven
More Than Just Loved in Heaven
Thought It Not Robbery: the Descent from the Throne