Experiencing God, by Henry Blackaby and Claude King, challenges Christians to experience the fulness of a life lived in fellowship with a loving, personal God. More than a million Christians have learned to hear and obey God's voice through this book.Experiencing God, by Henry Blackaby and Claude King, challenges Christians to experience the fulness of a life lived in fellowship with a loving, personal God. More than a million Christians have learned to hear and obey God's voice through this book.Read Less
New in New dust jacket. 0805401962. New Book No names or other markings. Tight. "over 250, 000 sold" "Share the experience that has let a million people into a new personal relationship with God."; 8vo.; 288 pp pages.
New in Very Good jacket. 0805401962 The book explains how to live the full adventure of knowing and doing the will of God. The as new hardback has 288 pages with an indix and study questions. The book has a very good dust jacket and no markings inside.
This is a faith-building book that is used in our church for Bible Study. It stands with the best of the books because it is Biblically based, and it is practical for teaching churches how to grow and trust God, and experience His blessings when we go to where God is inviting us to work.
We are never disappointed, but we learn through our experiences and daily walk with the LORD. As a Pastor I recommend it first to pastors to read. Then when prompted by the Holy Spirit, use it with their people to grow their faith.
Jan 26, 2012
A great beginning
For any Christian, young or old, find God and make that connection.
Aug 27, 2009
i love this book it help you to understanding your need to experience God in your day to day life. I teach a class using this book and the student love it also. No matter how many time I go through Experiencing God I always find something new to talk about.
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