Abridged and updated for today's reader, this late nineteenth-century study reminds Christians of God's many promises of comfort, help, and love. Addressing His powerful names, His role as shepherd and dwelling place, and His complete sufficiency for human needs, it shows that anxiety, fear, and insecurity are unnecessary feelings for Christians.
About the Author
HANNAH WHITALL SMITH (1832-1911) was born into a strict Quaker home in Philadelphia and became a major influence in the Holiness movement of the late nineteenth century. Besides "The Christian's Secret of a Happy Life," Smith also wrote "The God of All Comfort" and an autobiography, "The Unselfishness of God."
Paperback: 192 pages God isn’t angry with you—He longs to give you peace and joy. That’s the message of Hannah Whitall Smith’s important and powerful book The God of All Comfort.
Because even over the centuries, God doesn't change.