Have you ever heard the saying “You don’t really know someone until you know what makes them mad”? In any relationship, the more you know about the person, likes, dislikes, opinions, etc, the closer the relationship. The same is true with God. We have been studying the names and character of God this year in our homeschool, and it has been a greatly enriching study.
Elohim: Strong Creator, El Elyon: The Most High God, Adonai: Lord, El Roi: The God Who Sees, Jehovah-Jireh: The Lord Will Provide, and so many others! Here are some of the resources our family has been enjoying as we’ve studied God’s Character.
- What Do I Know about My God? – a great Bible Study method
- Taking Time to Change: An Interactive Study Guide for Changed Into His Image – an in depth personal study
- Quieting a Noisy Soul Kit: Overcoming Guilt, Anxiety, Anger, and Despair – an excellent resource! Also on DVD
- The Red Sea Rules The Same God Who Led You In Will Lead You Out – short, easy to read, and encouraging
- Who Is God? (And Can I Really Know Him?) — Biblical Worldview of God and Truth (What We Believe, Volume 1) – great for homeschool, family devotions
- God’s Names – a great read aloud with children
- The Names of God – 52 Bible Studies for Individuals and Groups
Here is a free printable word search on the Names of God as well.
What would you recommend for a study of God’s character? I’d love for you to leave a comment or link up one of your own posts below.
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