Knowing God Intimately: Being as Close to Him as You Want to Be

Knowing God Intimately: Being as Close to Him as You Want to Be

by Joyce Meyer, Author (Read by)
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Knowing God Intimately 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Reading this book has changed my life. I now have a closer walk with God as a result. I've learned new things during the course of reading this book. I learned that God truly does want a personal, 'one-on-one' relationship with each and everyone of us. This is awesome! But mostly I felt God's love for me as an individual. If you read it you will too. I am an avid book reader, and I can honestly say that this is one of the best books I have ever read! Unlike a 'typical' read, everyone who reads it will walk away with something ... a 'treasure.' If you desire to be closer to God, get this book. '...and the truth shall set you free!'
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm only about half way through this book but it has made an enormous difference in my relationship with Jesus and understanding how the Holy Spirit works inside me. Can't wait to finish it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this book. The writter was keeping things real. Joyce addresses various thoughts and behaviours we display in our christian life. This book hepled me to look at things differently which will make me a better child of God. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to become closer to God. Even if you are in church for years this book is still helpful.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Every heart hungers for the divine, every mind wonders about the unknown. How to find even the beginnings of these answers is a mystery. Reading this book will help you progress on the road to the answers to the how questions. From reading this book, you will learn that knowing God will come through knowing Him in the third person of the Trinity, the Holy Spirit. ....***** Mrs. Meyer's language is frank and instructional, much as her television broadcasts are. She is honest about her own faults and about the fact that the journey to knowing God and to knowing one's own self is not easy, and must sometimes be painful. Fans of hers will find the territory covered familiar, new readers will find it evenly balanced between theology and psychology.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book. My special notes I go back to read every day. The title is a good title. I would like to know GOD intimately.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great read from Joyce!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have this book on my Nook, but wanted to buy the audio version for my husband. I received it yesterday. I took the first CD out to take a quick listen, and I was very surprised at what I heard. Joyce Meyer was reading the book on CD and as much as I love Joyce Meyer, it was not well done. She spoke in a very monotone voice, and very low. Some of the end of sentences trailed off and were difficult to understand. She sounds as if she is reading the book instead of just talking to her audience. I was very, very disappointed. When you see Joyce speaking, she is animated and her voice fluctuates. Not so in this CD. Joyce should have spent the money and paid someone to read her book. I could only listen to about 20 minutes of it before the monotone voice had me checked out... I know it's a good book, but I do NOT recommend the Audio Book!
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Works-righteousness is spiritual death. Do not be turned in on yourself. All of salvation is of God. You cannot obey to gain life; the true Christian is made alive and so will obey, however imperfectly, from this life. Joyce and her ilk will never understand this.