Did you know you may be closer to God than you think right now?
You probably remember the verse that says “I will never leave you or forsake you.” Hebrews 13:5
How about the one that says “nothing can separate you from the love of God.” Romans 8:38-39
In this series, we’ve given you a lot to think about, some ways you can take action and some changes to consider in your life.
But, at this moment, where you are sitting, you can Experience God. Here is a simple way to realize how close He really is. Continue reading
To Experience God more in your life, you need to find a way to express yourself.
Something special happens when we discover our unique way of communicating.
When you’ve said exactly what you wanted to say, it feels liberating. If you’re artistic and you create something it validates something inside that can’t be explained. When you write a letter or email explaining your thoughts to someone it can feel like a weight is lifted. Continue reading
While doing a hospital visit yesterday, I walked past the newborn baby viewing area. I stopped for a minute.
It’s been a few years since I’ve been by that window. When my kids were born I was there watching every breath, completely in awe. Later when a friend or church member had a baby I walked by the window a few times. But yesterday I didn’t know any new parents, I just happened to be going down that hallway. Continue reading
We assume that all of us who follow Jesus are following the real Jesus.
While we all trust the work of the real Jesus and we read the words of the real Jesus, I doubt all of us, including me follow Him at all times. To experience God, we must get to know the Son, who is the exact representation of His father.
Every one of us carries baggage into this journey to Experience God and follow Jesus. Continue reading
Most people are open to experiencing God at a church service. Many are open to experiencing God if they are listening to hymns or worship songs. The majority are open to the idea of experiencing God if they are meeting with a priest or pastor.
However there were times when I encountered God in other people. Regular people, Non-churchy people. Continue reading