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I Met God



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By Glenn A. Coon

ISBN: 0816340323 | 78 pages | Pacific Press Publishing Association | Copyright 2013

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Glenn and Ethel Coon have gathered personal experiences when the Lord obviously lavished love upon His children. Each of these eighteen stories will encourage you, especially if you've never had a personal interaction with our Creator. God can meet us in dreams, in algebra class, in cemeteries, and in many other locations and situations. After reading this delightful collection, you may be able to say yourself, "I Met God."

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Glenn and Ethel Coon have gathered personal experiences when the Lord obviously lavished love upon His children. Each of these eighteen stories will encourage you, especially if you've never had a personal interaction with our Creator. God can meet us in dreams, in algebra class, in cemeteries, and in many other locations and situations. After reading this delightful collection, you may be able to say yourself, "I Met God."

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Glenn A. Coon


Glenn A. Coon and his wife Ethel authored many books sharing the ABC of prayer—Ask, Believe, Claim—and his studies on Christian growth. His ministry spanned more than 60 years. In 1956 he left denominational work after a bout with cancer, and he and Ethel began the ABCs of Prayer crusades. “The secret of winning people to Christ,” he said, “was to love them.” Glenn A. Coon influenced a denomination and awakened it to the importance of simple prayer. He led thousands to Christ, and even led church leaders back to their first love. He died in the fall of 1996 at age 93.