Overview

The modern man of science has lost God among the wonders of His world; we're in real danger of misplacing God among the wonders of His Word. We have nearly blanked out that God is a Person and, intrinsically, may be cultivated as any individual may. It's innate in personality to be able to understand other personalities, but total knowledge of one personality by another can't be accomplished in one meeting. It's only after long and loving mental encounters that the full ...
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The Spiritual Resolution

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Overview

The modern man of science has lost God among the wonders of His world; we're in real danger of misplacing God among the wonders of His Word. We have nearly blanked out that God is a Person and, intrinsically, may be cultivated as any individual may. It's innate in personality to be able to understand other personalities, but total knowledge of one personality by another can't be accomplished in one meeting. It's only after long and loving mental encounters that the full possibilities of both may be explored.
All social encounters between humans is a response of personality to personality, scaling upward from the most common brush between man and man to the fullest, most familiar communion of which the human soul is able. God is a Person, and in the depth of His powerful nature He thinks, wills, delights, feels, loves, wants and suffers as any other individual might. In making Himself known to us He communicates with us by the avenues of our brains, our wills and our emotions.
This encounters between God and the soul is experienced by us in conscious personal awareness. Being created in His image we have inside us the mental ability to know Him. I wish deliberately to promote this powerful longing after God. The lack of it has brought us to our current depressed state. The stiff character about our spiritual lives is a result of our deficiency of holy desire. Complacency is a lethal foe of all spiritual maturation. Intense desire has to be present or there will be no manifestation of Christ to His masses.

Table of Contents
Intro
Chapter 1:
Seeking Him
Chapter 2:
Possess The Kingdom First And Things Later
Chapter 3:
Faith
Chapter 4:
Relationship With God
Chapter 5:
Basic Steps
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012318053
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 3/28/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 87 KB

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