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2031 Names of God

They confronted me in the day of my disaster,
but the Lord was my support.

Psalm 18:18 NIV

Excerpted  from 2031 Names of God: Transform Your Life as You Get to Know God in New Ways

Meditate on this name My Support

  • Ask the Lord to reveal what He wants you to see from it today.

Blessings on you as you get to know God,

Gaylyn Williams, author The Surprising Joy of Exploring God’s Heart: A Daily Adventure with 365 of His Names

 And co-author of All Stressed Up and Everywhere to Go, Solutions to De-Stressing Your Life, Recover Your Sanity

Jerry Bridges, missionary with The Navigators and author of twelve books, including, Trusting God Even Though It Hurts and The Joy of Fearing God, says about 2031 Names of God:

“The Bible uses many names for God, each of them designed to reflect one facet of His glorious character. In this series, Gaylyn Williams has done a remarkable job of identifying and explaining the various names God uses to describe Himself. Meditating on these names, one day at a time, will help us to know God more intimately. This series will prove useful in enriching one’s daily quiet time.”

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Eyaluth (Heb)

O my Strength, I will watch for you,
for you, O God, are my fortress.

Psalm 59:9

God, the Lord, is my strength;
he makes my feet like the deer’s;
he makes me tread on my high places.

Habakkuk 3:19 ESV

Excerpted  from 2031 Names of God: Transform Your Life as You Get to Know God in New Ways

Meditate on God’s Name: My Strength

Ask the Lord to reveal what He wants you to see from it today.

Blessings on you today and in the coming days.

Gaylyn Williams, Author of  The Surprising Joy of Exploring God’s Heart: A Daily Adventure with 365 of His Names

Co-author of Never Do Fundraising Again: A Paradigm Shift from Donors to Lifelong Partners.

This is a great resource for any missionaries, short-term or long-term, who have to raise their support. Consider getting it as a gift for a missionary you know!

General David B. Warner, USAF (Ret.), Executive Director, Officers’ Christian Fellowship says about 2031 Names of God:

“We serve an amazing God!  Understanding and appreciating the character of the Lord is the beginning of knowing who we are in Him.  In Gaylyn Williams’ ‘2031 Names of God,’ she explores and uncovers who God is by examining the 2031 names given to the Lord.  As a military retiree who spent 30 years serving my Nation and my Lord, how refreshing it will be to those who serve to discover in a more intimate way the Lord they serve through this journey Gaylyn will take you on.”

 

 

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When Abram was ninety-nine years old, the Lord appeared to him and said, 

“I am El-Shaddai—God Almighty.

Serve me faithfully and live a blameless life.”

Genesis 17:1 (NLT)

Excerpted  from 

The Surprising Joy of Exploring God’s Heart: A Daily Adventure with 365 of His Names

Steps on Your Journey to Know God More Intimately:

  • El Shaddai in Hebrew means the all-sufficient God, God Almighty or the One Who is all-powerful.
  • In 2 Corinthians 12:9, Jesus said, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” God’s grace is all you need. El Shaddai is sufficient for you and for me.
  • Meditate on the name, God Almighty. He is all powerful. He is sufficient for all that you need.
  • What does it mean to you today, knowing He is all you need and His grace is enough?
  • Thank and praise the Lord that He is God Almighty.

A Prayer for You:

El Shaddai, I’m so grateful that You are the all-sufficient God. You are all I need in every area of my life. Thank You that I can depend on You. Teach me to rely less on myself and more on You, God Almighty.

To get a free copy of “Unlocking Joy” click the link.

Blessings on you as you get to know God in new ways,

Gaylyn

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God’s Name: My Strong Champion

Pushed to the wall, I called to God;
    from the wide open spaces, he answered.
God’s now at my side and I’m not afraid;
    who would dare lay a hand on me?
God’s my strong champion;
    I flick off my enemies like flies.

Psalm 118:5-7 MSG

Excerpted  from 2031 Names of God: Transform Your Life as You Get to Know God in New Ways

  • Meditate on God’s Name: My Strong Champion.
  • Ask the Lord to reveal what He wants you to see from it today.

If you haven’t checked out the book I wrote on Spiritual warfare, I’d Battlefield Strategies front coverencourage you to do so now. It contains powerful principles that I use daily. Dick Eastman wrote the foreword.

Blessings on you as you get to know God,

Gaylyn Williams, author of The Surprising Joy of Exploring God’s Heart: A Daily Adventure with 365 of His Names

Co-author of Never Do Fundraising Again: A Paradigm Shift from Donors to Lifelong Partners. This is a great resource for any missionaries, short-term or long-term, who has to raise their support. Consider getting it as a gift!

 

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The Faithful Holy One

Judah is unruly against God,
    even against the faithful Holy One.

Hosea 11:12 NIV

Excerpted  from 2031 Names of God: Transform Your Life as You Get to Know God in New Ways

I don’t know about you, but I don’t ever want God to say this about me. How about you? What might you need to do so that God can never say that about you?

Meditate on this name today.

Twenty-seven years ago yesterday, my son Daniel entered Heaven. I wonder what he is doing today. I wonder if he found my dad.

Blessings on you, Gaylyn Williams, author of  The Surprising Joy of Discover How God Sees You

A Daily Adventure with Your Identity in Christ

And co-author of All Stressed Up and Everywhere to Go, Solutions to De-Stressing Your Life, Recover Your Sanity

 

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Him who by his power working in us is able to do far beyond anything we can ask or imagine

Excerpted  from 2031 Names of God: Transform Your Life as You Get to Know God in New Ways

Now to him who by his power working in us is able to do far beyond anything we can ask or imagine, to him be glory in the Messianic Community and in the Messiah Yeshua from generation to generation forever. Amen.

Ephesians 3:20-21 Complete Jewish Bible

Meditate on this name. Ask the Lord to reveal what He wants you to see from it today.

Blessings on you as you get to know God,

Gaylyn Williams, author The Surprising Joy of Exploring God’s Heart: A Daily Adventure with 365 of His Names

And co-author of All Stressed Up and Everywhere to Go, Solutions to De-Stressing Your Life, Recover Your Sanity

Jerry Bridges, Author of twelve books, including, Trusting God Even Though It Hurts and The Joy of Fearing God, says about 2031 Names of God:

“The Bible uses many names for God, each of them designed to reflect one facet of His glorious character. In this series, Gaylyn Williams has done a remarkable job of identifying and explaining the various names God uses to describe Himself. Meditating on these names, one day at a time, will help us to know God more intimately. This series will prove useful in enriching one’s daily quiet time.”

© 2014 Relationship Resources, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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God’s Name: King-God

Excerpted  from The Surprising Joy of Exploring God’s Heart

A Daily Adventure with 365 of His Names

Listen, God! Please, pay attention!

Can you make sense of these ramblings, my groans and cries?

King-God, I need your help. Every morning you’ll hear me at it again.

Psalm 5:2 (MSG)

Steps on Your Journey to Know God More Intimately:

  • This name is Melek Elohim in Hebrew. Melek means king or royal. Elohim means God, judge, great and mighty.
  • God is the King of the universe and yet He is a God we can talk to and who listens to us. How has God answered your prayers recently?
  • In what areas do you need help? King-God is listening, waiting for you to call. Talk to Him today.
  • Have you ever met a king? I haven’t, although I did meet the President of Guatemala. I even got a hug from him at church one Sunday. It was such an honor to meet him, yet it is much more of an honor to know the King-God.
  • In this verse, King David is asking God to make sense of his ramblings, his groans and his cries. Can you relate to that? Anytime you are having a hard time making sense of how you’re feeling and even your ramblings, you can ask God to help you figure it out.
  • David says that every morning he talks to God. I believe it is important to start every day by spending time with the Lord, talking to Him as well as letting Him talk to you through His Word.
  • What a privilege to talk to our God and King every day.

A Prayer for You:

King-God, I’m so grateful that You aren’t too busy to listen to my prayers. Thank You that even though You are the King of kings, You care about the things that are happening in my life. (Take some time now to tell King-God what your concerns are.)

To get a free copy of “Unlocking Joy” go to https://www.rrbooks.org/free-e-books.

Blessings on you as you get to know God in new ways,

Gaylyn, author of  The Surprising Joy of Discover How God Sees You: A Daily Adventure with Your Identity in Christ

Chuck Asay, Syndicated Editorial Cartoonist, said about The Surprising Joy of Exploring God’s Heart:

It seems our Creator puts a lot of stock in names. I’m sure He knows my name but do I know His? This exceptional daily devotional reveals God’s character. What a relationship builder is this guide to all who want to draw closer to God. And when we draw closer to Him, “blessings” happen. 

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