Gifts of God – Reflections & Affirmations

Gifts of God
130 Pages
ISBN 9781535103558

The Gifts of God is an inspirational book on devotions about Christian living. It focuses on the abundance of gifts that are showered on us daily by Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. In the last of this three-part series, each devotion pays homage to a loving God who blesses, guides, and loves us abundantly. International personalities exalt his Holy Name, adore his divinity, and are forever grateful to him.

Readers of this devotional will come to experience God’s warmth, care, and praise his beautiful works. People honor and glorify the Lord’s extraordinary attributes and discover his greatest gift is love. With his promises they live in hope of rejoicing forever in salvation with his saving grace.

God is willing to forgive our sins, walks with us, and comforts us in our troubles. After we shall declare like Isaiah 7:9: "If you do not stand firm in your faith, you will not stand at all." God is omnipotent and omniscient, and his ways are above our ways. We are therefore blessed by his gifts that are authentic and precious in our lives.

Erwin K. Thomas

About Erwin K. Thomas (Virginia Beach, Virginia Author)

Erwin K. Thomas

Guyanese-born American Erwin K. Thomas, PhD, is the eldest of eleven children. Before retiring to Virginia Beach he taught at Norfolk State University - Norfolk, Virginia, SUNY - Oswego, and the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. His undergraduate and graduate work were at the University of Oregon in Eugene, CUNY - Brooklyn, and School of Journalism, University of Missouri - Columbia. He has published six books: Mass Media in 2025 by Greenwood Press with Brown H. Carpenter, and the latest titled Gifts of God (2017) via CreateSpace Independent Platform. In 2018, Life's Passages - a spiritual biography, will also be by CreateSpace.

Thomas is married to Mary Barta. Their son Matthew with his wife Shannon live in Charlottesville, Virginia. In 2010, Thomas served as vice president of the Institute for Learning in Retirement (ILR) at Old Dominion University, Virginia, and is presently a member of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Religion and Media Interest Group. The author and his wife attend the Church of the Holy Apostles - an ecumenical community of Episcopalians and Roman Catholics in Virginia Beach, where he serves as the social media coordinator.

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