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How You Can Know and Do the Will of God

Robert A. Cook

How You Can Know and Do the Will of God

Colossians

by Robert A. Cook

  • 76 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published by Christian Duplications International .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biblical Studies - New Testament,
  • Christian Life - General,
  • Unabridged Audio - Inspirational/Philosophy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatAudio Cassette
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13103548M
    ISBN 107902031623
    ISBN 109787902031622


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Dan DeHaan puts God the Father back into the Christian perspective of what it means to live this way of life called Christianity in The God You Can Know.

Burdened by contemporary Christians' lack of understanding of the nature of Almighty God, he wrote this book to help readers become intimate with God by studying His characters and attributes/5(29). “Apart from the Bible, this may be the most important book you could ever read because it will help you answer the most important question you could ever ask: Do I know God?” –From the foreword by Billy Graham “To know that you know God and God knows you is life’s greatest source of peace, joy, and strength for the journey/5(38).

God Will Make a Way is more than a remarkably helpful book. It is a life system that captures God’s wisdom for coping with our most difficult problems. About the Author. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend both graduated with doctorates in clinical psychology from Rosemead Graduate School of Psychology at Biola University and both maintain /5(83).

Dan DeHaan puts God the Father back into the Christian perspective of what it means to live this way of life called Christianity in The God You Can Know. Burdened by contemporary Christians' lack of understanding of the nature of Almighty God, he wrote this book to help readers become intimate with God by studying His characters and : Moody Publishers.

Once you've asked, trust that God is directing you. If you know you've gotten on the wrong path, seek God for direction instead of looking to the world for answers. As you take steps to follow and obey God's voice, He will lovingly show you the way.

Months ago I asked the Lord to etch these verses onto my heart and mind, so I'd always have them. This is an ePub eBook. Please read our FAQs about eBooks.

Christians should aim to lead lives that please God, regardless of their circumstances. But when facing major life decisions, we often wonder what God wants us to do. In this booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul outlines timeless principles for discovering and applying God’s will in our day-to-day decisions.

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You Know a Tree by it's Fruit and there is no question in my heart that Rev. Hagin loved the Lord and the Word of God. I believe if you need direction in your understanding of the scriptures you should pray and read the bible How You Can Know and Do the Will of God book often as you can and attend a local church on a regular basis/5(16).

The Bible is like an instruction book for His human creation, and it tells us what we need to know to approach the Almighty God and really get to know Him.

It shows that God is love, and God the Father “so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life” (John ). The overall purpose of The God You Can Know is to reclaim a big view of God so that the response is worship, love and leadership for His glory.

Without a right understanding of God and the perfections of His character, we cannot come to know the intimacy of /5. People are doing that today by taking the doctrine of justification of the ungodly, a beautiful, Romans-taught doctrine, and extrapolating from it that you can’t please God, that you can’t be acceptable to God day by day.

All you can do is confess that you are ungodly and bank on the righteousness of Jesus. That is false. We must individually receive Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord; then we can know and experience God's love and plan for our lives. We Must Receive Christ. “As many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, even to those who believe in.

"And this is eternal life, that they may know You, the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom You have sent." (JohnNKJV). You may be asking yourself: "How can I know God?" Man is able to know the true and living God through His Word, that is, the Bible. Also consider that one can get to know God better by fellowshipping with other believers.

The Christian life was not meant to be lived alone. We learn more about God through the preaching of God’s Word and the godly counsel of those who walk with Him. Make the most of your church experience, get involved, do small-group Bible study, go. “Jesus, I want to know you.

I want you to come into my life. Thank you for dying on the cross for my sin so that I could be fully accepted by you. Only you can give me the power to change and become the person you created me to be. Thank you for forgiving me and giving me eternal life.

I give my life to you. Please do with it as you wish. If you truly want to know about God, I would recommend this book (and the Bible!) as a great option to delve into the character of God. Mardi Collier just barely touches the awesomeness of God.

I love her idea of having a notebook full of verses that speak of God's personality and attributes/5. I encourage you to get to know God more and more. Read and study His Word. Talk to the Lord like He’s your best friend and ask Him to reveal His love and character to you in a greater way.

Because when you get to know Him—really know Him—it releases new hope and confidence in the One who can change every single area of your life.

My goal is to help you who are borne of God know that you are children of God — know it beyond a shadow of a doubt, feel it in your bones, and thus walk in confidence, and boldness.

“I am a child of God” — to be able to say that to yourself, to God, and to others with confidence. Take your time--read and listen to Dr. McGee’s message with a willingness for God to show you the truth and then to follow Him by faith.

You can begin by reading Dr. McGee’s tract, "The Inside Story" on God’s great salvation. Click the image below to get started. Read some of Dr. McGee's most popular messages on how you can know God.

Overview. This 5-session Bible study looks at the mysteries of our faith, such as: the things about Jesus we'll never know, how we can know the unknowable God, what it means that God came to Earth.

Many have difficulty finding the will of God. But as Kenneth Hagin shows in How You Can Know the Will of God, guidance through the inner man is something that can be learned and developed. Rev. Hagin begins by explaining who the inner man is, and then points out the difference between the inner witness and the inner voice.

He also shows how Christians can receive guidance through visions/5(3). I Can Do Hard Things with God is an inspiring collection of essays by a variety of LDS women who have confronted this very question.

Replete with examples of sisters who have faced trials of death and disability, infertility and illness, and so much more, this poignant anthology brings to life the fact that these women are prevailing against. Hi Jack I always have this problem where people and pastors do not agree or acknowledge the sovereignty of God.I am not expecting positive reactions cause no one believe God can speak audibly to us since His word is closed up in a book called the is a strong believe that God cannot speak to us presence was indescribable a loud voice that was just for me to be   In other words, a dad in his sinful meanness might say, “You are such an idiot.

You always do that,” and maybe hit them. And his words are contemptuous. They are despising. God never says, “You always do that.

You are just an idiot. You never do. The truths in this book are intended to put God the Father back into the Christian perspective of what it means to live this way of life called Christianity. God is Someone you can know. Through Dan DeHaan's clear teaching, you will understand how you can know God personally, intimately.5/5(2).

The comparison suggests that being reconciled unto God is all we can do.3 This conclusion is supported by other passages in the Book of Mormon which use the phrase “all we can do.” For example, in Alma the king of the Anti-Nephi-Lehies, after their conversion, claimed that “it was all we could do to repent sufficiently before God.

The Book of God reads like a novel, dramatizing the sweep of biblical events, bringing to life the men and women of this ancient book in vivid detail and dialogue. From Abraham wandering in the desert to Jesus teaching the multitudes on a Judean hillside, this award-winning bestseller follows the biblical story in chronological order/5(47).

A few weeks went by and I tried to forget that I thought that God had called me to write a book. “You are so vain,” I told myself.

“You just want to write a book so you can be rich and famous. God doesn’t call people to write books. People write books because they are conceited and want the world to think they’re smart.” Yikes. The will of God is known by the wise,Spirit-filled Christian (Ephesians ), with a renewed mind (Romans ,2), who seeks to know the truth so he can do God's will (John ) and this knowledge is something that he/she can be spiritually “filled with” (Colossians ) through prayer (JamesColossians ).File Size: KB.

In a nod to Joseph Smith's assertion that "if men do not comprehend the nature of God, they do not comprehend themselves," I offer the following related proposition: Our conceptions of God reveal our own deepest nature. As in Les Miserables, some us will, Javert-like, cling to a law-and-order God who demands justice and retribution; while others will, Valjean-like, find transformation in God 4/5.

We have been invited to seek God. We can do so boldly (Hebrews ). We also come to know God by obeying Him. Jesus said, "Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit by itself, unless it abides in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in me.

You are my friends if you do what I command you. If you really find this theme you can turn to almost any place in the Bible and find it somewhere. Any book you can turn and you will find this theme.

It’s there. It’s the gospel. How you understand this, how you understand this can change your life. God is calling you to understand his word, he is calling you to understand this book. Question: "How can I know when God is telling me to do something?" Answer: Pray, especially when you’re unsure of God’s will for your life.

“If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him” (James ). And if you are going to have any kind of credible conversation about what you are thinking or about what you are seeing, then you are assuming certain laws of logic, certain laws of causality, certain laws of existence which can’t have any bearing or.

before you were born again, you are still bald afterwards. If you had brown eyes before, you still have brown eyes. The outward man does not change. God does not do anything with the outward man. (You have to do something with the outward man.

You find out what God wants you to do with the outward man from the Bible—and then you do it.) GodFile Size: 1MB. A thank you for your gift this month.

Katherine and Jay Wolf share their inspiring story of survival in the face of hardship in Suffer discuss how to change your perspective and to see your hardships from God’s point of view: that trials help shape you in the image of Christ.

Spread the good news, the Gospel. Go tell it on the mountains, over the seas, to every island, and to the whole world.

Tell them that "Jesus reigns; He is King -- our only king." Surrender all to Jesus, but not seeking a reward or pleasures of this world. Our King offers us more (and better) than the world ever could offer.

Bless and curse not%(88). What is Look at the Book. You look at a Bible text on the screen. You listen to John Piper. You watch his pen “draw out” meaning. You see for yourself whether the meaning is really there. And (we pray!) all that God is for you in Christ explodes with faith, and joy, and love.

This book will teach you about God and help you develop a deeper relationship with Him. In these chapters, Packer also shows that there is an important distinction between knowing about God and knowing God.

Whereas we can know a lot about God by reading Scripture and studying what theologians have to say on the topic.

He can raise the dead; Mark read this passage and you will discover that those associated with this man and his daughter had accepted that she was dead and there was no more need for Jesus.

However, that’s not how Jesus thought. Jesus as the incarnate God in a human body had no problem with raising the dead. He did because God can do. Source says you can be anything. You can do anything. You’re infinite. Ego, with all its different excuses, says, “I can’t do that.” So this work means really realigning yourself with Source.

Excuses Begone! is a very spiritual book. I didn’t think it was going to be when I started writing, but I .