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Experiencing God by Henry T. Blackaby
A modern classic--revised with more than 70 percent new material--is based on seven Scriptural realities that teach Christians how to develop a true relationship with the Creator.
Experiencing God In The Gospel Of John by Anthony Kelly
A theological study on the Gospel of John that is strongly determined by contemporary biblical scholarship.
Seven Realities For Experiencing God by Henry T. Blackaby
Bible Study Book for the eight-session study by Henry and Richard Blackaby examines seven realities Moses experienced when he encountered God in Exodus and offers principles for modern-day believers to experience God.
Experiencing God Day By Day by Henry T. Blackaby
365-day devotional based on the modern classic Experiencing God by Henry Blackaby.
Experiencing God At Home by Richard Blackaby
Experiencing God at Home takes a fresh path back into the rich roots of Henry Blackaby’s world-renowned Experiencing God writings to connect what happens in our homes to what happens in our churches. Here, his sons Tom and Richard Blackaby first establish the biblical case for the idea of experiencing God at home, illuminating how the clear foundation for God’s work in nations and churches around the world is his work in families. Indeed, healthy families lead to healthy churches, and the Blackabys illustrate that through real-life stories of families that have found ways to experience God in marriage, in choosing life’s direction, in rescuing broken relationships, in forgiveness, in the salvation of loved ones, etc. Lessons from the Bible support these moving accounts, and the book concludes with resources that will guide individuals families as well as entire churches toward practically experiencing God at home.
Experiencing God S Story Of Life And Hope by J. Scott Duvall
Intended for college and seminary courses on spiritual formation, the workbook consists of twelve chapters with three parts each: believing, behaving, and becoming (that is, what virtues to possess). Thus, the thirty-six lessons are holistic, showing that the process of becoming like Christ involves our entire being.
Experiencing God S Presence by Janet Kobobel Grant
The Women of Faith Bible Study Series helps you turn the laughter and lessons of Women of Faith conferences into a journey of growth shared by special friends. Whether or not you've attended a conference, you will appreciate the bonds that form as you join with other women linked together in friendship, prayer, joy, and faith. Each study will also lead you to a deeper love of the Bible and a greater appreciation of the power of God's Word. Each session includes six sections: A Moment for Quiet Reflection . . . Just for Fun - Knowing God's Heart . . . Praying Together - Friendship Boosters . . . Making It Real in Your Own Life - The leader's guide that's included makes it easy to facilitate weekly Bible studies that will nurture your knowledge of Scripture and your sense of God's presence in your life. Six Sessions Include -- Celebrate Him! - Solitary Refinement - Giving Your All - Grappling with God - Hidden Places of the Heart -Astonishing Grace
Experiencing God At Home Day By Day by Tom Blackaby
An enriching 365-day devotional the whole family can enjoy that helps parents create a daily time of worship together and guide their children toward a personal relationship with Jesus.
Telling About God Vol 2 by William A. Van Roo
This second volume is entitled simply Experience, and that title calls for some explanation. Obviously, for the reasons which I shall set forth more fully in what follows, this volume does not contain Christian experience. This volume is meant to contribute to the second of three phases in a total process. The first phase is understanding to some degree the potential of Christian experience: volume I is intended to assist in reaching such an understanding should continue to deepen as we live more fully the life to which we have been called: we are in the process of a dialectic, personal and interpersonal which should continue as long as we live. The second phase is actual Christian experience, increasing in fullness and richness as we continue to live the Christian Mystery. This present volume is intended to foster such continuing experience. The third phase is the deepening understanding which theologians have sought in the classical tradition of faith seeking understanding. Within Christian experience, for those who reflect on the Mystery, many questions arise concerning the kind of God in whom we believe, and whom we experience. Search for the answers to such questions is the proper task of the theologian. I hope to attempt to perform that task in my third volume