INDESCRIBABLE In this full-color, limited-edition release, pastor Louie Giglio and songwriter Matt Redman guide readers into the awe-inspiring mysteries of God’s creation.
Encountering the Glory of God in the Beauty of the Universe
Readers who love Giglio’s heart-stirring talks about the splendor of God’s creation now have the opportunity to draw on these life-changing biblical insights while contemplating glorious images of space and nature. The deluxe edition of the paperback by the same name, Indescribable presents some of the most startling images ever seen of the cosmos. Wrapped around these magnificent photographs are devotional words and scientific descriptions that awaken passion for the Creator. For any reader longing for a fuller appreciation of both God’s majesty and His intimacy, Indescribable is nothing less than a call to draw closer to the God who named the stars.
From the Back Cover
The heavens declare the glory of God—but in doing so they also point us to the kindness of God. The vastness of His creation points us to the heights of His glory—and at the same time stuns us with the depths of His mercy. The beautiful truth is this: He who calls out the stars, and names them one by one, knows each of us by name also. It is grace of astronomic proportions….
—Louie Giglio and Matt Redman, Indescribable
The eloquent weaving of scientific fact, devotional insight, and magnificent photographs in Indescribable will awaken your mind and spirit like never before. Come discover both the intimacy and the majesty of the God who created you. Come and worship.
About the Author
Louie Giglio is a pastor, an award winning author, and the founder of the Passion Conferences, through which he speaks to thousands of people around the world. Louie and his wife, Shelley, now reside outside of Atlanta, Georgia.
Matt Redman is a songwriter and the author of several books, including Mirror Ball. Among his well-known songs are “Blessed Be the Name” and “The Heart of Worship.” Matt and his wife, Beth, have five children andlive on the south coast of England.