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Free Stuff Fridays (Zondervan Reflective)

This week Free Stuff Friday is sponsored by Zondervan Reflective. They are giving away five copies of The Great Love of God.

There is a Divine Love that heals our hurts, fears, and loneliness, but have we lost sight of it?

Nothing is more obvious about our world than the reality of how far we have slipped from the ideal of divine love. We live in a society that has sunk into the depths of desperation. An avalanche of problems overwhelms us. Hatred and animosity have reached a state of emergency, and a powerful display of infinite love is our only hope. Isolated in a crowded universe, the only rescue from our loneliness is found in the acceptance of the One Person whose great love we most need, but stubbornly reject. Our quest for the perfect human leader has failed, but there is a perfectly trustworthy Leader in heaven who wants to share his love that never fails, never betrays, and never abuses. As we squint through the darkness of chaos and anxiety, our only hope is to see the blazing light of the One whose infinite love alone casts out our fear.

Sharing his own story of an encounter with God’s deep love, pastor and counselor Heath Lambert articulates what the Bible teaches about the love of God, capturing the beauty of this love while helping readers see and experience how the truth that sets us free from the sickness of hatred, loneliness, and fear so prevalent in our world today.

Now more than ever, and more than anything, people need to find their way into the compassionate embrace of their Father in heaven. An embrace that makes us better, stronger, and wiser as he reveals himself to us as the God of great love. The Great Love of God provides an accessible, passionate exploration of how the divine love casts out fear, provides ultimate hope, and never fails.

Enter Here

There are five copies to win. All you need to do to enter the draw is to enter your name and email address in this form, which will add you to Heath Lambert’s mailing list.

Sweepstakes Rules: You may enter one time. Winners will be notified by email on June 16th, 2023.

Heath Lambert is giving a copy of The Great Love of God to five randomly selected winners who sign up for the mailing list below.


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