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Experiencing God

Experiencing God is the lifelong process of learning about Him and becoming so intimately acquainted with Him that we joyfully yield our lives to Him and trust Him.

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Bible Teachings on Experiencing God

Believing in God Almighty, maker of heaven and earth and in His son, Jesus Christ, who gave His life as a ransom for our lives that were headed ...

Life is a never-ending series of choices. Can we know whether we are making the right decisions? I have good news -- God wants to speak to us, and...

Children are a gift from God. The Bible is clear about their tremendous value to God.

In asking for the baptism in the Holy Spirit you are availing yourself of these gifts for advancing God's Kingdom and allowing the Holy Spirit to...

The Bible reminds us again and again that God is a personal God -- not some faraway, distant Idea, but the Supreme Person, who actually enjoys the...

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Questions about Experiencing God

The deep, deep happiness that transcends all else comes from knowing God and, in turn, from being known by Him.

The Bible says that we can tell if someone is a prophet by seeing if what he has said comes to pass (see Deuteronomy 18:22). That is a very pragmatic...

God exists outside the space-time dimensions He created. So we have to be very careful not to put Him on our clock, in our box.

God's primary means for giving us guidance is the Bible. He never guides His people contrary to the clear principles of His written Word.

Wherever there are those who honor the king, and wherever the Spirit of the king is, there is the Kingdom of God.

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Devotions about Experiencing God

Every time I ventured out to feed my little herd of kitties, I’d get ambushed by a mob of bellowing hungry balls of fur. 

Circumstances that involve loss, unfair treatment, illness, or broken relationships are the wilderness places that God uses to shape, refine, and...

In my heart, I said, “God I love you, You’re my Lord, You’re sovereign, and I will always serve you. But I want you to know I’m very mad at you!”

Joseph's family life tops the charts on dysfunction and he somehow manages to turn out fine. What can we learn from his story? 

Speak to God and then listen for His voice. Know with great assuredness in your heart that He is going to meet your needs.

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Videos about Experiencing God

Cocaine and alcohol ruined any chance Willie had to be a good father. He landed in prison, and had a dream that changed his life.

Godwinks author SQuire Rushnell and Loiuse Duart share the secrets for recognizing God's signs, wonders, and Godwinks.

A spiritual guru with hundreds of thousands of followers has a terrifying vision and realizes he underestimated the powers he played with. He turns...

The 700 Club takes a look back at the 20th century beginnings of what would become the Catholic Charismatic Renewal.

Author Katherine Ruonala discusses living life with the Holy Spirit, and how it leads to a deeper relationship with God.

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Articles on Experiencing God

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Painful Disobedience or Delightful Obedience?

How God must delight when we don’t question Him, but simply trust that Father knows best.

What would happen if you let go of your career or calling and placed them in God’s hands?

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The Delightful Love Letter

Just as we feel special when we get love letters from our special someones while we’re apart, we can find delight in God’s notes to us.

Was I willing to take a step of faith, risk all that I’d help to build, in order to experience a greater adventure?

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The Object of My Delight

It’s one thing for us to get happy about something, but an entirely different thing to be delighted in the Lord.

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