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A Child is Born Bookmarks, Pack of 25 - Christian Bookmarks

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Bible cards, Christian Bookmarks that come in a pack of 25. Double sided, full color, 2" by 6". These cards are perfect for leaving a bit of encouragement with someone and showing the love of God and truth of His word. Leave one in your child’s lunch box, your coworker’s...

And You Will Seek Me and Find Me Bookmarks, Pack of 25 - Christian Bookmarks

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Bible cards, Christian Bookmarks that come in a pack of 25. These cards are perfect for leaving a bit of encouragement with someone and showing the love of God and truth of His word. Leave one in your child’s lunch box, your coworker’s desk, or in a note to a...

Have You Not Known? Bookmarks, Pack of 25 - Christian Bookmarks

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Bible cards, Christian Bookmarks that come in a pack of 25. These cards are perfect for leaving a bit of encouragement with someone and showing the love of God and truth of His word. Leave one in your child’s lunch box, your coworker’s desk, or in a note to a...

LOGOS TRADING POST - GOD BOOKMARKS

The Unchanging God of Unyielding Promises

God is full of love, and He is totally faithful to keep His promises. James 1:17 says, “Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.” God is always exactly who He is, always able to be counted on. Therefore, promises He made to the Children of God - even thousands of years ago - remain firm and true. He sticks to His word, so the promises we find in the scriptures will always be true. The unchanging promises and steadfast love of God are very important to us at Logos Trading Post, so we have dedicated this collection of bookmarks to serve as encouraging daily reminders of those things.

Who is God?

We believe that God is good and His promises are true, but who is He, really? Answering this question can be more complex than one might think, especially in light of 1 John 4:12, which tells us, “No one has ever seen God. If we love one another, God remains in us and His love is perfected in us.” Now, this isn’t bad, mind you. In fact, it gives us a good direction to strive in. Loving one another is an opportunity for Him to remain in us and be revealed. Further, other ways to read “His love is perfected,” are “His love is completed,” or “His love is made whole.” That is to say, we are a key component to God revealing Himself, especially the nature of His love. It doesn’t have to be complicated, hyper spiritual love, either, though that is always welcome. God’s love is found in the simple things we do for one another, like taking a friend out for coffee, giving a coat to your local homeless shelter, or even giving small gifts, like one of our Bible bookmarks, if we may be so bold.

That said, our love for one another is only part of the way that God lets Himself be known. The introduction of John’s Gospel uses the same language as John’s epistle, “No one has ever seen God,” yet if offers a different solution to the issue at hand. John 1:18 reveals a wonderful truth, saying, “No one has ever seen God. The One and Only Son - the One who is at the Father’s side - He has revealed Him.” This is good news! As a matter of fact, it is the good news, the gospel! Jesus Christ, in His character, in His love, in His sacrifice, and in His glory, has revealed the essence of God before human eyes, and He has provided a way for us to know Him.

Who is God to You?

If you’re here on this website, chances are you believe in God. You believe that He’s real, that He died and came back to life through the Son, Jesus, and perhaps even that He’s actively at work in the universe, but they key question of any Christian faith journey is whether or not you know Him. God is the creator of the cosmos, of the heavens and the earth. God is a perfect being, holy in nature, with only good at His core. God is love. These really are truths, but who is He to you?

No, we’re not talking about relativity here. God really is who He is; like James says in the verse above, He isn’t changing like the shadows and He certainly isn’t bending over backward just to make Himself appealing to. At some level, though, there is the reality of knowing God personally, in your own situation. Paul, God’s apostle, says in 1 Corinthians 9:19-22,

“Although I am a free man and not anyone’s slave, I have made myself a slave to everyone, in order to win more people. To the Jews I became like a Jew, to win Jews; to those under the law, like one under the law - though I myself am not under the law - to win those under the law. To those who are without the law, like one without the law - not being without God’s law but within Christ’s law - to win those without the law. To the weak I became weak, in order to win the weak. I have become all things to all people, so that I may by every possible means save some.”

Paul is not God, of course, but he was a messenger on His behalf. God revealed Himself in a variety of ways to a variety of people through Paul presenting different characteristics.

The point, then, is, how have you come to know Him, to relate to Him? Is He more lion, or more lamb? More transcendent, or more intimate? More Father, or more Son? These are dichotomies which God is somehow, perhaps even paradoxically, able to inhabit both sides of. The answers are different for everyone, but you must enter into the middle of His complexities and discover the joy of knowing Him deeply. Christianity at the surface level is a good start, but it cannot compare to the endless journey of discovering who God really is.

What Does Any of This Have to Do with Christian Bookmarks?

You might be wondering at this point what any of this has to do with Christian bookmarks celebrating the love and promises of God, and we wouldn’t blame you! Here’s where we stand: we think our Christian bookmarks are an excellent tool to help you know God better, whether used as Bible bookmarks or otherwise. These bookmarks are each adorned with Bible verses about who He is and what He is promised; by becoming familiar with these bookmarks - seeing them over and over - you will gradually become more familiar with a certain aspect of God. He can be known through what the scriptures say about Him and what He has promised within the scriptures. Whether or not today you make a purchase of a Bible verse bookmark, we hope that you are encouraged by the fact that you believe in a God who wants to reveal Himself to you!