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Experiencing God: How to Live the Full Adventure of Knowing and Doing the Will of God
     

Experiencing God: How to Live the Full Adventure of Knowing and Doing the Will of God

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by Henry T Blackaby, Claude King, Richard Blackaby, Wayne Shepherd (Narrated by)
 

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When you listen to this audio, you'll find that you aren't just listening.  No, you are being remade, reoriented, restored from the frustration of what you may have known as stale religion.  Captured not by a concept, but by your Creator, reborn in relationship.  Here's the Experiencing God that has already impacted millions of people. 

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When you listen to this audio, you'll find that you aren't just listening.  No, you are being remade, reoriented, restored from the frustration of what you may have known as stale religion.  Captured not by a concept, but by your Creator, reborn in relationship.  Here's the Experiencing God that has already impacted millions of people.  Only it's bigger, and better, and ready to lead you again - or for the very first time - into an experience with God.  Carefully listening to His voice will anchor you in His plan, and set you free to live it with boldness and freedom.  After a thorough revision, this landmark volume returns with seven new chapters, as well as dozens of true stories from people who, through this book, have experienced God.

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"Wayne Shepherd's rich vocal personality matches voice to mood as he delivers the authors' prescriptions for living a God-centered life. With warmth and empathy he recounts how to develop an intimate, life-changing relationship with the Lord and how to apply God's will to all of life's circumstances. The issue of trust prevents many from growing in relationship with the Lord. With a simple rhythm Shepherd defines what trust is and what trusting God means, and how to build and renew one’s faith and trust in God each day. Revised and expanded with seven new chapters and dozens of inspirational stories, this practical, God-centered audiobook is suited for individual or group Bible study." 
G.D.W. © AudioFile Portland, Maine

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781598593693
Publisher:
Oasis Audio
Publication date:
08/28/2008
Edition description:
Unabridged
Sales rank:
954,582
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 5.50(h) x 1.10(d)

Meet the Author

Henry Blackaby is a best-selling author and spiritual mentor to many. His influence is felt everywhere from small-town churches to the highest levels of government, where his counsel is sought and his relationship with Christ serves as a model for many.  Richard Blackaby is the oldest of Henry and Marilynn Blackaby’s five children and an established author and speaker in his own right. Having served as a pastor and seminary president, he now leads Blackaby Ministries International.  Claude King is the Discipleship Specialist for LifeWay Christian Resources in Nashville.

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Experiencing God 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am presently in the 5th week of the Experiencing God class. I cannot explain what a life changing experience I am having. I feel very strongly that every christian should take this class and experience God in such a way. Your life will never be the same! I had two dear friends tell me that it is life changing, and I just thought 'oh well', but, every day God reveals something new and wonderful to me. I am learning to listen and hear HIS voice.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I purchased this book last week and I have not been able to put it down. I have reread chapters to better comprehend the significance of the teaching here. This book has shown me so many errors of my ways and given me a sort of peace and tranquility, like never experienced before. This book, in my opinion, should be a required read for all Christians.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book helps you to meet God working actively around you. It also leads you to an intimate love relationship with God. If studied with heart for God, you'll experience God who has been always with you! Experience God's love!:)
MSaff More than 1 year ago
"Experiencing God" by Henry T. Blackaby and Claude V. King, is another in a series of Study Guides I have been thoroghly happy to have read. This guide takes the reader through a series of expectations that anyone who reads and studies the Bible through easy to understand stories and Scripture. This book allows the reader to first read the text, followed by going to their Bible and looking at the full Scripture being discussed. It also allows the reader to gain that fleeting knowledge and apply it to their everyday life. As this book begins, we are first introduced to the Chapter "Knowing God by Experience". One of my favorite quotes in this chapter is that of the Lord as Provider. "We can know about God as a Provider as we read the story of Abraham. But we really come to know God as Provider when we experience Him providing something for our lives." Just think, as we experience God, in the truest sense, we develop a closer relationship with God. He does provide. "Experiencing God" is yet another selection that should be part of the Christen Library. Thank you Blackaby and King for putting together this realistic and true information.
IllesheimVet More than 1 year ago
The first thing that shocked me was in the first week when Blackaby says ",With God working through the servant, he or she can do anything God can do. OH REALLY?? Can we create, forgive sin or draw men to God? If we could do anything God can do, we certainly wouldn't need Him!! Then on page 68 he gives a list of "things only God can do." This is only one of many contradictions in this book. Blackaby takes scripture out of context to make it applicable to his bullet points and anecdotal stories. In one of his videos, he even takes a verse, cuts it in half and uses it to support the point he is trying to make. Do yourself a favor and search "Experiencing God reviews" or 'Critiques". They give a much deeper explanation than I am giving. I am amazed that so many people have such a favorable opinion of this book.