Do You Know God?

By   •   January 14   •   Topics:

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Unless God is revealed to us through personal experience, we can never really know God. Most of us know about God, but that is quite different from knowing God. We learn about God through the agencies of the church, the Sunday school, the youth activities, the worship services. Many people stop in their quest for God at this point. It is one thing to be introduced to a person, but quite another thing to know him personally.

Read More: How to Know God’s Voice

Prayer for the day

Lord, You are, indeed, the good Shepherd, who leads me each day. Help me to love and know You more deeply so that others may be drawn into Your fold.

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  1. Joan E. Lundblad says:

    Jesus is so faithful and with me each moment of each day. If only I would remember this when things get “dicey”. This ministry will help to keep me focused on Him.

  2. Michael Farmer says:

    Keep preaching the gospel. May God continue to bless this ministry.

  3. Margie says:

    I thank The Lord for giving breath and life each day to do his will.

  4. Kathy Everhard says:

    My prayer is to live my life for Jesus and serve him 100%. I want to totally submit to him in Jesus name. Thank you for your wonderful teachings!

  5. Lester de Alwis says:

    I will take this message to my life

  6. Kathy says:

    Thank-you for listening so closely to GOD and taking the path that HE had written for your life. You have brought people together with the speaking and writting of GODs word. What an exciting so many have had meeting you.

  7. Doris Graham says:

    Love the message!

  8. Teresa Neal says:

    I look to my Shepard each morning these devotions give me inspiration and hope

  9. Anna Samson says:

    Thank you man of God. Be blessed.

  10. Neethu Polson says:

    My Heavenly Father I want to know u more pls reveal urself to me…