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Do You Think God’s Arm Is Too Short?

Things I Learned about God’s Arm on My Life Journey from Poverty to Richly Blessed Servant of God

by Kenneth Bottoms PhD


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/22/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781973625063
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781973625087
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781973625070

About the Book

Do you ever question the power of God? Do you ever see the obstacles and challenges in your way, and then think to yourself that not even God could clear the path ahead? Even Moses questioned God’s power to feed the Israelites—and that was after Moses had personally witnessed and experienced God’s miraculous power! God therefore responded to Moses’s frustration, “Is the Lord’s arm too short?” In other words, “Do you think I don’t have the power to do this little thing if I wanted to?”

In Do You Think God’s Arm Is Too Short?, author Kenneth Bottoms shares his own personal rags-to-riches story that reminds us to never doubt God’s power and instead always trust him to handle anything that life throws in our way. Dr. Bottoms was born into poverty, but God’s arm reached out to him all of his life—even when he wasn’t aware of it! Learn how God blessed him and his family in so many ways—spiritually, emotionally, and even financially—beyond his wildest dreams.

God created us and the world we live in, so we shouldn’t think that there is some problem or issue that He can’t handle. His arm is not too short! He can and will bless us beyond our wildest expectations, but we must first open our eyes and allow Him to do so.


About the Author

Kenneth Bottoms grew up in Kilgore, Texas in a loving and supportive Christian home with his mother and step-dad. He was baptized at age 12 in Rabbit creek, where he also went fishing from time to time as a child and stayed away from the snakes. As a teen and young man, he earned money at various jobs, but primarily by working as a golf course caddy and later as a roughneck on oilfield rigs. He used these earnings to pay for all of his college tuition and living expenses. He attended Kilgore Junior College and then Texas Tech University, where he received a BS in Electrical Engineering and met his future wife, Anne. A few months after graduation from Tech, he joined the Air Force and married Anne shortly thereafter. He served four years during the Vietnam War, was awarded a medal for his work on enhancing communications on the Worldwide Airborne Command Post aircraft which are in the air 24/7 and constantly available to launch attacks on enemies of the United States. He achieved the rank of Captain. He and Anne were blessed with two wonderful children who are now outstanding parents of four wonderful grandchildren. He met his birth dad for the first time over four decades after he was born. He also met his half-sister Pam and half-brother Harvey, along with their families. He was not aware of the existence of these siblings before meeting his birth dad. Pam is the one who searched for years for him and finally found him when he was working in St Louis. He served as a deacon at Churches of Christ in Dallas and St Louis. He served as an elder at the Collingswood Church of Christ near Philadelphia. His career took him to many cities and he retired from three different Fortune 500 companies, and is now living in Grand Prairie, Texas with his wife Anne. Over the years, he received graduate degrees and taught master’s degree courses as an adjunct professor at Washington University in St Louis and at two prestigious universities in Philadelphia. He has never learned to stop working and now is a full-time volunteer helping incarcerated veterans through his church’s prison ministry. He is also an advocate in Texas courts for children in the state foster care system.