Featuring the most fascinating facts and inspiring spiritual lessons from Pastor Doug!
A World of Wonders
is the first-ever daily devotional from Pastor Doug Batchelor, president of Amazing Facts and host of the national television program Amazing Facts Presents.
All 366 devotionals will elevate your mind with amazing facts from nature, science, history, technology, and more—while communicating a vital spiritual message about the awesomeness of our God and the wonders of His Word!
Says Pastor Doug, “World of Wonders
is all about worshiping our Lord for His creative power. It comes out of my own personal interest in collecting amazing facts that can be used to illustrate Bible truths. As a pastor, I’m always looking for new ways to point people to Christ, so you’ll find new and amazing stories about people, historic discoveries, and fascinating creatures in this devotional that can provide readers a deeper glimpse into the wonderful Word of God.”
A World of Wonders is categorized by 12 unique topics, so each month you will find a new category of interesting facts and stories. Some are stories more about people or stunning feats and accomplishments. Other topics tell of wonders in the natural world like birds, insects, the heavens, or mammals. Each devotional concludes with a spiritual lesson to guide you in your walk with the Lord.
- Durable, hardback cover
- 365 daily entries
- Featuring the most fascinating facts and inspiring spiritual lessons from Pastor Doug Batchelor’s 19 years as a Bible teacher at Amazing Facts
- Two-color design and large print for easy reading
- A devotional for every member of the family—each entry will leave you in awe of God and will give you a deeper glimpse into His Word!
- First-ever devotional from Pastor Doug!
From the Pleiades constellation to the tiny proton, the hand of God touches the universe everywhere. As you read through A World of Wonders
, it is Pastor Doug’s personal prayer that you too will look to the Lord and exclaim, “He does great things past finding out, yes, wonders without number” (Job 9:10).