It is easy to believe God has abandoned us.In atrocities from Hitlers Germany to todays Darfur, the meek and the poor are left to fend for themselves. In the United States, we are menaced by violent terrorists who claim to act in Gods name. OurMoreIt is easy to believe God has abandoned us.In atrocities from Hitlers Germany to todays Darfur, the meek and the poor are left to fend for themselves. In the United States, we are menaced by violent terrorists who claim to act in Gods name. Our own neighbors threaten us with an absolute choice between faith and a fiery path to hell.Robert Levine steps into the fray with What God Can Do For You Now.
A leading American clergyman, he asks us to commit to a relationship with a loving God. We can create a trusting partnership with the Almighty, give time to prayer, and strive to repair the world. In a time when genocide and terrorism wreak their terrible toll, he convinces us that the potential for tragedy exists alongside the potential for miracles, every day and every where.When we rekindle our faith in God, we rekindle our belief in our own goodness, and start the change we need to repair ourselves and the world.Praise for What God Can Do For You NowRabbi Robert Levine understands that there are lots of reasons to harbor supreme doubts about God - hes honest enough to admit to the struggles hes had.
Jews and Christians will encounter the joy of this scholarly and down-to-earth Rabbi. As we act godly and find God, miracles happen again.- The Very Reverend Dr. James A. Kowalski, Dean, The Cathedral Church of Saint John the DivinePerhaps there is no more painful question than, How could God let this happen to me? Rabbi Robert Levine presents us with critical tools in facing this mystery of life. He brings meaning to a life that oft en appears meaningless.- Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, New York Board of RabbisThis book helps one reconnect if hope and faith is ever lost in our God, spiritually and naturally.
Rabbi Levine shares his connection and faith in our God. All things are possible if you only believe.- Rev. Dr. Renee F. Washington Gardner, Senior Pastor of Memorial Pastor Church in HarlemRabbi Robert Levine allows the longings for a connection to God of those whom he has served to be heard and he does not hesitate to reveal his own struggles.
This book is a precious and ultimately comforting contribution to all who engage in the eternal and perplexing quest for nearness to God.- Rabbi David Ellenson, President, Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of ReligionAn important book for people of all faiths who look for the reality of God in their lives. It comes at a critical time in interfaith dialogue. Rabbi Robert Levine is a major religious leader in New York City who has been an advocate for the poor, social justice, and civil rights. His faith and compassion shows.- The Ven. Michael S. Kendall, Archdeacon for Mission, The Episcopal Diocese of New York, Former President of the Council of Churches of the City of New York